Barrow Group Theatre (Studio)

Todays Date: 12/03/22
Last Update: 03/16/09 05:32:34 PM
Address: 312 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor
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History of Productions View Current and Upcoming

Who You See Here  | Open: 03/06/09 Close: 03/23/09
A small town couple's love is tested when a charismatic but troubled movie star stumbles into their local AA meeting.  *Written by Matt Hoverman, winner of the 2006 FringeNYC Best Playwriting Award (for IN TRANSIT.)

Torrents  | Open: 04/04/08 Close: 04/14/08
The locals are disappearing, the militia is uprising, and the local carpenter is healing dead dogs. Something's coming.

Called "one of the most talented poets writing for the theatre right now," (Martin Denton,, Robert Attenweiler presents a brand new work written exclusively for The Barracuda Theatre Club. Attenweiler's most recent work ...And We All Wore Leather Pants, was recently published in Plays and Playwrights 2008.

The world seems very near the end for the Torrence sisters with Claire investigating a series of disappearances that may be linked with the second coming of Jesus Christ and Rose pressing her militia to undertake grand acts of domestic terrorism. Driven by Attenweiler's singularly dynamic language, Torrents blends the regional crime stories of the Cohen Brothers with the absurd viciousness of Martin McDonagh in this story about family, America and the loss of faith in both.

Almost, Maine  | Open: 09/14/07 Close: 09/24/07
After having several of his short plays produced at The Barrow Group, John Cariani partially developed Almost, Maine at The Barrow Group, as well. Apprentice Class members Lyndsay Becker, Jamey Isenor, Allyson Morgan, and Reggie Oldham wanted to bring it home. Almost, Maine made its off-Broadway debut at the Daryl Roth Theatre in the 2005-2006 theatre season, and the play was quickly praised for its quirky romanticism about small town folks in interconnected vignettes falling in and out of love. The New York Times called the play "a whimsical approach to the joys and perils of romance."