Winter 1.5 Year Program Showcase – April 13, 14, 15

Join us for an evening of short plays featuring our 2014-2015 1.5 Year Students.

Monday, April 13th at 7pm
Tuesday, April 14th at 7pm
Wednesday, April 15th at 7pm

Tickets will be available online soon! Keep checking back!
Industry – please email rsvp@barrowgroup.org for tickets.

Featuring:

Fergus BaumannFergus Baumann

Fergus was born and raised on a small farm house in the west side of Greenpoint. He decided to pursue acting early on (largely due to identity confusion as an infant), participating in school plays and summer classes. He majored in drama at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School where he performed in a number of productions, most notably Skelly in Lanford Wilson’s ‘The Rimers of Eldritch’ during the annual Senior Drama Festival. After graduating, Fergus studied method acting at the Lee Strasberg school before finding is current home at the Barrow Group. Fergus is a founding member of Young Gotham Arts, a non-profit theatre, film, and music production company supporting NYC artists under the age of 21. He is also a co-founder of YGA’s recently formed sister collective, Zoo City. Fergus played Michal in Martin McDonagh’s ‘The Pillowman’ in Zoo City’s debut production this past August.  Download Resume

 

Updated Deon FrankDeon Frank

Deon graduated from Brooklyn College in 2013, earning his Bachelors degree in Television and Radio. Deciding to pursue a career as a professional actor, He joined the Barrow Groups 1.5 year Conservatory while working in bars to support himself. Deon says joining the Barrow Group was one of the best decisions he’s ever made, as it “Completely changed the way he thought of Acting”. He has since gotten a Lead role on an upcoming web­series set to premiere this Spring and is currently writing his own projects. Download Resume

 

Amelia HartAmelia Hart

Originally from Oklahoma, Amelia grew up performing, majored in business and dance, and careered in fashion marketing. She soon realized she had to be an actor! Favorite Regional credits include Penny in Hairspray, Zaneeta Shinn in Music Man, Rumpleteazer in Cats, and Kit Kat Girl in Cabaret. She has absolutely loved studying at The Barrow Group. Download Resume

 

 

© Ron Rinaldi Photography www.ronrinaldi.comLuciana Kezen

Luciana is thrilled to have been able to join The Barrow Group as soon as she arrived in NYC. After extensively training and performing in Brazil, she is now looking forward to working in the next Emmy Award USA series or in any feature or play opposite to Emma Stone or Neil Patrick Harris. She also looks great in red. Download Resume

 

 

Updated Alex KraftAlex Kraft

Alex graduated from Skidmore College in 2012 with a B.A. in English. In addition to a lot of reading and writing, Alex studied acting for four years at Skidmore, including training at Shakespeare & Company and British American Drama Academy. Alex subsequently studied improvisation at The Magnet Theater. Favorite credits include performing sketch comedy at the 2012 National College Comedy Festival and collaborating with the original cast of “Into the Fog” (Ensemble). He would like to thank his family and friends for their love and support. Download Resume

Eimile LoganEimile Logan

Eimile Logan has been studying at The Barrow Group, primarily under Lee Brock and Seth Barrish, since the summer of 2012. Most recently she has taken part in shortened productions of Wonder of the World, Hedda Gabler and a monologue showcase as part of her conservatory training. Eimile has also studied comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade and began her initial actor training as a member of the Periwig Club at the Lawrenceville School and through taking beginner’s acting classes at New York University. In the coming months Eimile hopes to expand her work in Film and TV as well as her comedic training. Download Resume

 

Karine MendocaKarine Mendonca

Karine is a native New Yorker from Queens. Karine has been studying at the Barrow Group since 2012, taking singular classes then joining the conservatory. She has also been studying comedy at the Magnet Theater since 2012, and performs improv with her improv troupe around NYC. Her first role was in fifth grade, playing King Henry III of Castile for a history project. She brought way too many props, one of them being a giant (red velvet) cape that completely engulfed her and tripped her several times.

Her biggest dream is to be a performer on Saturday Night Live. Download Resume

Alisha SanchezAlisha Sanchez

Alisha Sanchez has been studying at the Barrow Group under Lee Brock and Seth Barrish since 2013. Most recently, she has taken part in shortened productions of The Children’s Hour and Women of Manhattan. She graduated from University of Northern Iowa with a Master’s degree in Speech- Language Pathology and a minor in Theatre. Upon moving to Brooklyn, she studied Film and TV at NYU. Following the conservatory, Alisha hopes to develop a woman’s sketch comedy group and her work in Film and TV. Download Resume

Updated Adam TowersAdam Towers

A native New Yorker, Adam discovered his love of the arts at a young age. He attended the Savannah College of Art and Design and originally pursued a career in graphic design which took him to London. He soon realized that acting was his true passion and returned to NYC to study under Seth Barrish and Lee Brock at the Barrow Group. Download Resume

 

 

 

Catherine ZiniCatherine Zini

Catherine Zini has been studying at the Barrow Group since July of 2013. She is a stand-up comedian and actress originally from Philadelphia, PA. Catherine wrote and starred in a short film, “Empty Pages,” that screened at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2013. Download Resume

Show Discount for TBG Community to NIRBHAYA by Yael Farber

NIRBHAYA will be playing at The Culture Project in New York City from April 16th-May 17th, 2015.

NIRBHAYA by Yael Farber, hailed as one of the most urgent pieces of human rights theater ever made, won the 2013 Amnesty International award, The Herald Angel Award and the Scotsman Fringe Award. It was voted by The Guardian’s audiences as among the top 10 best pieces of theater to ever be at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Initiated and produced by Barrow Group alum, Poorna Jagannathan, we have access to a discount code that is good till March 8th. Please click on the link and book your tickets if you’d like (discounted offer expires on March 8th).

BOOK HERE – http://cultureproject.org/current/nirbhaya-2/ (http://cultureproject NULL.org/current/nirbhaya-2/)

USE CODE: MARCH8
$49.50 for Orchestra (Regularly $69)
$32.50 for Mezzanine (Regularly $45)
$22.50 for Rear Mezzanine (Regularly $30)

To learn more about the play, go here www.NirbhayaThePlay.com (http://www NULL.NirbhayaThePlay NULL.com).

An Evening with ESTELLE PARSONS – Tuesday, March 3, 2015 6:30p

Producing in the Theatre Class taught by Tony award winner producer Judy Gordon

A Conversation with award-winning producer Judy Gordon & Lee Brock

Fast Play Fest Scheduled for January 10th!

Winter Barrow Group 24 Hour Fast Play Fest
Saturday, January 10th at 8pm
Click here for tickets!

WHAT:
A 24-hour creative experience in which TBG Students serve as writers, directors, and actors create and perform a series of new short pieces.

WHO:
Members of the show are TBG Students (both past and current), but the audience is open to anyone!
Participating Creatives:
Writers: Marina Barry, Colleen Clinton, Lynne Halliday, Isaac Himmelman, James Hindman, Eric Lane, and Sam Zalutsky

Directors: Tony Gillan, Mark Grenier, Cayleb Long, Lorrel Manning, Keith McQuirter, Nick Russell, and Quinn Vogt-Welch

Actors: Jeanine Abraham, Josh Bowen, Yvonne Cone, Alex Correia, Jim Crawley, Justin Davis, Angela Dohrmann, Lily Dorment, Matthew Bryan Feld, Kate Erin Gibson, Mindy Goff, Stuart Green, Katherine Alt Keener, Luciana Kezen, James Kivlen, Kristina Latour, Anna Mosher, Ed Newman, Sarah Street, Brennan Taylor, Tim Wersan, and Alison Wonderland

HOW:
All work will be created and performed between Friday, January 9th at 10pm – Saturday, January 10th at 10pm
Our playwrights will work with props and themes provided on-site to draft a ten-minute play between 10:00pm and 6:00am.
While they go home to crash, our directors arrive at 6:00am to read and select pieces.
Our actors arrive and receive their roles at 8:00am.
The teams rehearse and memorize from 9:00am-7:00pm and receive 30 minutes of tech per script.
The house opens at 7:30, and then READY OR NOT, curtain up at 8:00pm!

CASH BAR OPENS AT 7:30PM AND CONTINUES AFTER THE SHOW!

WHEN:
Come see the final results of this whirlwind creative experience on SATURDAY, JANUARY 10th at 8:00pm. (Expected running time: 90 minutes)

WHERE:
TBG Mainstage Theater, 312 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor

HOW MUCH:
Tickets are $10 and include one drink ticket.
Space is limited. Get your tickets here!

Please help support TBG’s production season next year – DONATE HERE

Hi All,

We’re so grateful to you for being a part of The Barrow Group. Thank you.
One of the most common questions asked of us is “You have such a powerful training program and approach to acting – why don’t you produce more plays?”  Well, we are listening to you.

Our goal this coming year is to offer more productions and readings in our main stage and studio theaters, so that we can share our approach with more people beyond the classroom. This can only happen with your help.

(http://r20 NULL.rs6 NULL.net/tn NULL.jsp?f=001cYUcr6abQQWNSKu5_gDdH2pFAj5VP9any_-0JQ0LvQObJayGysmmH54XdVDS7T5AmZwu9hho6cy2KvPOjZjNmJZEIPRRsNdqCDUkIWJX1N8-DqZn4oAA4yvTeBiGS6CWUp3Dtpq_YIUBzsEKYZGwNa6wItB-3yn0CeDVSFWBuYJ9YhVXvUBA6K132IbIz13ypT2dAC-oczI=&c=EsOmpjky6Uae_TDFmUDKMn-qychwbsOwT8mTbSJsqUxKEMUpey-SLg==&ch=EOe3w6O831n4kV2Jx_rXfMQC89uxiZ9zdcpkjUiBzufLKCbh0oK0PQ==)In June, we will present Craig Wright’s THE PAVILION in our main stage theatre, featuring a cast of TBG students and alumni.  In January, our free public Reading Series will begin meeting the 2nd Sunday of every month in our studio theatre.  We’re thrilled to announce that next season, we plan on doing two main stage shows – in the fall, SHORT STUFF, and in the spring, a second production.
As you know, ticket sales cover only a fraction of total production expenses – that’s the nature of producing not-for-profit theater. Our donation goal for this coming year is $50,000, which will help make this programming possible.
This is where you come in – if you each chip in $20, the cost of a movie ticket and popcorn, we can easily reach this goal.  Please consider making a donation today and help us produce this coming season.  You can make a one-time or recurring donation at barrowgroup.org/donate (http://r20 NULL.rs6 NULL.net/tn NULL.jsp?f=001cYUcr6abQQWNSKu5_gDdH2pFAj5VP9any_-0JQ0LvQObJayGysmmH_j9u-in_RnSYTIH_C_NhMWptco4rc3V5k1W-X9J-X6KJFdCDtWyyKiRdEaf4Lg40dqC4GA9Qz0Y8ubFENw_xo85A88cMdMnZne73Fny8TVPhgR0opOx2k_cCn8PkQ4ERw==&c=EsOmpjky6Uae_TDFmUDKMn-qychwbsOwT8mTbSJsqUxKEMUpey-SLg==&ch=EOe3w6O831n4kV2Jx_rXfMQC89uxiZ9zdcpkjUiBzufLKCbh0oK0PQ==).
Thanks so much for your feedback that you want to see more shows at The Barrow Group.
We do too.  You have a huge role to play in making this happen, and we’re so grateful for your support.
Have a great New Year!
All the best,

Lee, Seth, Robert, Porter, Farrah, Alyson, Elizabeth, Mark, Becca and Carmen

Scenes Needed for Teacher Training Class

This is a free opportunity to work with the Barrow Group tools. Students are asked to bring in a short, contemporary scene that has been rehearsed outside of class with a partner and our teacher training students will work with you on it for about half an hour.

Dates are Thursdays: 12/4, 12/11, and 12/18.

If you are interested in signing up for a time, please email school@barrowgroup.org

 

TBG Holiday Party – Friday, Dec. 5th!

We hope you can come celebrate with us!

Friday, December 5th
7pm (till whenever!)
at Jack Doyle’s (http://www NULL.jackdoylesnyc NULL.com)
240 West 35th Street between 7th and 8th Aves

$5 drink specials!

Click here to RSVP!

Fall 1.5 Year Program Showcase Dececember 7 – 9

Join us for an evening of short plays featuring our 2013-2014 1.5 Year students.

Sunday, December 7th at 7pm
Monday, December 8th at 7pm
Tuesday, December 9th at 7pm

Click here to get your free tickets!

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