The King's Head Theatre in Islington, north London, is readying its first transatlantic transfer, according to today's Stage newspaper. Dorothy Fields Forever, the musical revue that pays tribute to the "neglected" American lyricist, has proved a big hit for the fringe venue, where it's extended its current season by six weeks. Dan Crawford, the King's Head's American artistic director, plans now to take the show to New York's 91st Street Theater for an open-ended season ahead of a possible US regional tour. He would like to use plough hoped-for co-producing profits - from this and any future transfer ventures - back into the King's Head, which has been beset with financial worries since losing its subsidy two years ago.