Stephen Singer

Stephen Singer has performed in numerous critically acclaimed productions at The Barrow Group over the years, his favorite being Good by C.P. Taylor. He has also performed on Broadway, including The Iceman Cometh, As Is, the long-running comedy hit Gemini, and many other Off-Broadway and regional productions.

Some examples of Stephen’s film work include Don Juan DeMarco, (where he had the privilege of working with Marlon Brando,) the indie hit Obvious Child, All Good Things, directed by Andrew Jarecki, M. Night Shyamalan’s The Happening, Todd Salondz’ Palindromes, It Runs in the Family (opposite Kirk Douglas,) The Prince and Me, Perfect Murder, Town and Country, A Price Above Rubies, Commandments, Wrestling With Alligators, Abel Ferarra’s cult hit MS .45, Liebesleben and Stefan Zweig: A Farewell to Europe directed by Maria Schrader, The Kitchen (opposite Melissa McCarthy,) Bad Shabbos, and most recently the soon-to-be-released Eleanor The Great, directed by Scarlett Johansson.

Some of Stephen’s work on television include The Sopranos, The Good Wife, Elementary, White Collar, 7 episodes of Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Rescue Me, Third Watch (recurring), Ed, Madoff, Madam Secretary (recurring), The Deuce, FBI: Most Wanted, and Manifest.

Stephen joined The Barrow Group in 1992 as one of the original company members and has been teaching there since 2013.