TBG Improv Show & Jam
Thursday, March 20, 9:30pm
TBG Improv Show & Jam
Congrats to Mike Birbiglia and Seth Barrish for their work on ‘Mike Birbiglia’s My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend’–which was just selected by Paste Magazine, Laughspin, and Vulture.com (http://vulture NULL.com/) as the number one comedy special of 2013! Whoo-Hoo!
http://www.vulture.com/2013/12/top-ten-stand-up-specials-of-2013.html (http://www NULL.vulture NULL.com/2013/12/top-ten-stand-up-specials-of-2013 NULL.html)
Free admission. You’re welcome to bring your favorite beverage!
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312 West 36th Street, 3rd floor
between 8th & 9th Avenues
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The holidays are here! Join The Barrow Group in celebrating with #GivingTuesday on December 3. The Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, this national event encourages a day of giving for patrons to make their end-of the year charitable donations.
Giving to TBG is easy! Donate online here (https://www NULL.fundraise NULL.com/the-barrow-group-theatre-company/2013-annual-appeal-from-the-barrow-group). Thank you!
Be sure to spread the word to friends and family on social media with #GivingTuesdayTBG. Happy Holidays!
Student Film Night at TBG Arts Center
Friday, November 22nd at 8pm
312 West 36 St, 3rd fl
Suggested Donation: $10
No RSVP necessary
The TBG Arts Center is happy to donate space to students for an evening of short films — with Julian Shatkin, Kristen Buckels, Alice Jankell, Eddie Shieh, Birgit Rathsmann, Hollis Witherspoon, Becket Bowes, Chloe Levin, Bill Scurry and Mark Grenier
YOUR CAREER – YOUR WAY
RADIO SHOW – LISTEN FOR FREE
with David J. Diamond, Monday, November 11, 2013 at 6 p.m. EST.
Please share with your friends. You are the focus of next Monday’s radio broadcast. Isn’t it time you took control of your career and started having the kinds of experiences you want to have? During this week’s show, we are going to explore ways of staying more in control of your opportunities to do the work you love in this business. YOU will be calling into the show and joining in the conversation. YOU will have access to FREE career coaching by David. And YOU will have a chance to share your insights with the rest of the community.
PLEASE JOIN US for a great conversation on Monday.
To call in to listen and/or to participate with questions and comments: +1 (347) 637-1960
To listen: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/internationallifecoachradio/2013/11/11/create-your-career-as-an-artist (http://www NULL.blogtalkradio NULL.com/internationallifecoachradio/2013/11/11/create-your-career-as-an-artist)
Transformative Coach David J. Diamond answers your questions about how to have the career you want and the life you want working in the performing arts. How can you have the creative life that fulfills you and maintain a comfortable lifestyle? What are you missing in your pursuit of the creative experiences you seek? How can you balance work, art, family and stay healthy doing it all? Join the conversation and learn from your colleagues. (For podcasts of previous shows, go to www.davidjdiamond.com (http://www NULL.davidjdiamond NULL.com/).)
Congrats to Poorna Jagannathan! “Nirbhaya”, the play she produced and is in as ensemble, won the following awards at the Edinburgh Fringe:
The Fringe First Award
The Herald Angel Award
The Amnesty International Freedom of Expression award
It is written and directed by Yael Farber.
Help support this production here:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nirbhaya/nirbhaya-award-winning-human-rights-theatre-india?ref=popular (http://www NULL.kickstarter NULL.com/projects/nirbhaya/nirbhaya-award-winning-human-rights-theatre-india?ref=popular)
For more info, visit:
www.facebook.com/pages/Nirbhaya-A-Play-By-Yael-Farber/16900819658641 and http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/theatre/edinburgh-festival-reviews/10222998/Edinburgh-Festival-2013-Nirbhaya-review.html (http://www NULL.telegraph NULL.co NULL.uk/culture/theatre/edinburgh-festival-reviews/10222998/Edinburgh-Festival-2013-Nirbhaya-review NULL.html)
Way to go Poorna and to all involved in this project!
This past Tuesday, May 30, TBG teacher Lorrel Manning, with assistance from Nick Russel and Sarah Ahearn, taught a film/tv workshop at the Queensboro Correctional Facility. Many of the students had never acted before, and found the workshop to be revelatory. The students wrote their own monologues and then performed them on-camera; under Lorrel’s guidance, they were able to let go of “acting” and share their monologues from themselves. All present were moved by the simplicity, authenticity and vulnerability the students discovered. The Barrow Group hopes to offer more of these workshops, and is at present looking for funding sources.
From the Queensboro Correctional Facility:
“On behalf of the Executive Team and the population I would like to extend a hearty thank you to you and your staff for freely giving of your time, kindness and professionalism. I must add that you & your staff are the talk of the Facility.” –Tanya M-Voyd, Deputy Supt of Programs, Queensboro Correctional Facility
Way to go Lorrel, Nick and Sarah!