The Barrow Group Theatre

Todays Date: 12/12/19
Last Update: 07/22/12 12:54:36 PM

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Address: 312 West 36th Street
New York, NY    10018

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You For Me For You  | Open: 08/15/12 Close: 08/26/12
With humor and a surprising light touch, You For Me For You tells the story of two North Korean sisters who make a bargain with a smuggler to flee to the United States. When one of the sisters is denied passage to make the treacherous transpacific crossing, the other races across time and space to save her.


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Happily After Tonight  | Open: 07/19/12 Close: 07/28/12
Happily After Tonight is set in a world, not unlike our own, except in this world, the celebrities aren't Brad and Angelina. They're fairy tale characters. When we open our story, it's been 10 years since The Wolf attacked Red Riding Hood and things have changed quite a bit; Red owns a bar where her sister Alice, a constant tabloid fixture due to her partying, sometimes works. Aurora, the famous Sleeping Beauty, has just woke up and Paparazzi are following her everywhere. And Snow White is among the first to realize that the Wolf has returned and is killing off one fairy tale character at a time. How many of them will survive in the end, and who else is involved behind the scenes...?


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A woman—American, Lebanese, Palestinian—afraid to be Arab in America. In this “brave, smart, funny and beautifully crafted” solo performance she is silent no more, claiming her own voice and giving voice to others rarely heard. With laughter, music, tears and joy.


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An Evening Of Short Plays & Sketches  | Open: 05/04/12 Close: 05/04/12
From the Lower East Side to the Rocky Mountains and the glaciers of Alaska, these original short plays and sketches explore the levels and limits of human connection through realistic drama and the unexpected humor of everyday life.Students present the results of their 8-week performance workshop. The selected works were all conceived and developed through improvisation and group collaboration.Featuring Dave Buscema, Cara Cibener, Richard Dery, Elizabeth Harvey, Amber Jusefowytsch, Ed Kerner, Ivan Lerner, Laura Musano, Kevin Napier, Geoffrey Stevens, Kathleen Swensen. Directed by Mark Grenier.


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Mom - A Rock Concert Musical  | Open: 04/12/12 Close: 04/28/12
MoM won Outstanding Musical at the New York International Fringe Festival and Best Musical Comedy of the Year from New Jerseys Daily Record. The story follows five moms who team up to nervously play a fundraiser at the local high school gym. One thing leads to another and, before they know it, they are a full time touring band. Caught up in the euphoric whirlwind of success, their newfound freedom quickly creates problems back home as they transform from moms to rock stars. Battered by sex, drugs, alcohol and the sheer exhaustion of life on the road, the women struggle to find a balance between who they were and who they have become.


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The 2012 Network One Act Festival  | Open: 03/07/12 Close: 03/18/12
The Network presents forty-four new short plays in March at The Barrow Group Theater at 312 West 36th Street. Each day of the festival will be an opportunity to see new theatre crafted by New York's up and coming playwrights, directors and actors with two performances of four shows each night (and matines on weekends). Audience members will vote to decide which plays move forward to the semi-finals and finals, as well as weigh in on the winner of the Festival and it's performance awards.

NETWORK ONE-ACT FEST PRELIM PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Wed, March 7 6pm
Service of My Desire by Jimmy Dailey
Own it! Work It! Live It! by Melissa Zollo
The Gipper by Peter Levine
Duty by Zach Wobensmith


Wed, March 7 8:30pm
Pleased to Enjoy the Difficulty by Katharine McLeod
Return to Sender by Eljon Wardally
Crazy at Heart by Mark Jason Williams
Jump by Natalie Gershtein

Thurs, March 8 6pm
Return to Sender by Eljon Wardally
Crisis by Pamela Scott
Letting Her Go by Brigid Moynahan
Anna Abock by Krista Amigone


Thurs, March 8 8:30pm
Reflector Lens by John Lordan
Departures by Matthew Jacobs
Gifted Child by Eddie Antar
Blackout by Gabrielle Fox

Fri, March 9 6pm
3rd Date Jitters by Adam Berley
We Love You, But No by June Daniel White
Rabbit the Dog by Giovanni Pucci
Gifted Child by Eddie Antar

Fri, March 9 8:30pm
My Husband is Not a Rainbow by Kelley Lynn
Nearsighted by Andre N. Jones
The Playground Story by Adam Swartz
Montana by Natalie Menna

Sat, March 10 12pm
The Weatherman by Alisa Klein Hauser
Iagos Dying by Hank H. Kim
Departures by Matthew Jacobs
My Baby by Vincent Marano

Sat, March 10 2:30pm
Nearsighted by Andre N. Jones
Sybill's Last Show by John Pollono
An Outstanding Vintage by Jeremy Levy
We Love You, But No by June Daniel White

Sat, March 10 6pm
Reflector Lens by John Lordan
Pleased to Enjoy the Difficulty by Katharine McLeod
Duty by Zach Wobensmith
The Decoy by Tony Lepore

Sat, March 10 8:30pm
The Social Graph by Rob Paravonian
That Woman's Child by Rebekah Lynn Pierce
Rabbit the Dog by Giovanni Pucci
Anna Abock by Krista Amigone

Sun, March 11 12pm
Let Him Eat Steak by Lyndsey Anderson
Delicate by Robert King
Letting Her Go by Brigid Moynahan
An Outstanding Vintage by Jeremy Levy

Sun, March 11 2:30
Patterns by Rodney Ladino
Clear Air Turbulence by Joseph Vitale
The Playground Story by Adam Swartz
Dont Think About It by Leo Goodman


Sun, March 11 6pm
The Gipper by Peter Levine
My Husband is Not a Rainbow by Kelley Lynn
Let Him Eat Steak by Lyndsey Anderson
Own it! Work It! Live It! by Melissa Zollo

Sun, March 11 8:30
Dont Think About It by Leo Goodman
The Weatherman Alsia Klein Hauser
My Life as a Professional Pancreas by Marina Kotvnikov
Wise Men by Vincent Marano

Mon, March 12 6pm
Two Brains Barking by Tim Tuttle
Jump by Natalie Gershtein
The Spot (from "Gym Shorts") by Eric Robertson
The Fetus Play by Julia Meltzer

Mon, March 12 8:30pm
Clear Air Turbulence by Joseph Vitale
The Decoy by Tony Lepore
Service of My Desire by Jimmy Dailey
The Social Graph by Rob Paravonian

Tues, March 13 6pm
A LimanAde Life by Joan Liman
I Saved a Sewer Rat by Alfredo Diaz
Blackout by Gabrielle Fox
Bryan and Kim by Adam Deila

Tues, March 13 8:30pm
The Fetus Play by Julia Meltzer
My Baby by Vincent Marano
3rd Date Jitters by Adam Berely
Sybills Last Show by John Pollono

Wed, March 14 6pm
Delicate by Robert King
Wise Men by Vincent Marano
That Womans Child by Rebekah Lynn Pierce
I-Pod by Natalie Menna

Wed, March 14 8:30pm
I Saved a Sewer Rat by Alfredo Diaz
Iago is Dying by Hank H. Kim
My Life as a Professional Pancreas by Marina Kotvnikov
A LimanAde Life Joan Liman

Thurs, March 15 6pm
I-Pod by Natale Menna
Bryan and Kim by Adam Delia
The Spot (from "Gym Shorts") by Eric Robertson
Crazy at Heart by Mark Jason Williams

Thurs, March 15 8:30pm
Patterns by Rodney Ladino
Two Brains Barking by Tim Tuttle
Montana by Natalie Menna
Crisis by Pamela Scott


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The Baby Dance by Jane Anderson  | Open: 03/02/12 Close: 03/04/12
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