Doug GoldringProduction

We are proud to announce the first workshop production in our brand-new studio theater, LOST…FOUNDa solo show written and performed by K. Lorrel Manning, directed by Lee Brock and Christine Cirker.

LOST…FOUND is the story of a boy and his mother, together and apart, navigating their way through trauma, Prince, divorce, and their relationship with God.

Performances will take place in the Studio Theater at The Barrow Group Performing Arts Center at 520 8th Avenue, 9th Floor.

January 19-21 & 26-28
February 9-11
Fridays & Saturdays at 7pm
Sundays at 4pm

Tickets are now on sale!

Tickets: $30 / Student Standby List: $20 cash at the door
Standby Ticket Offer is exclusively for currently enrolled TBG students. The standby list will open 30 minutes before curtain for each performance.

*This workshop presentation of LOST…FOUND includes mature themes. Suggested for audiences ages 13+*

K. Lorrel Manning is an award-winning writer/director, actor, and musician who works in both film and theatre. He has been a member of the Barrow Group community for 20+ years. He has directed, written, and/or starred in numerous productions at TBG, including a new translation of Henrik Ibsen’s AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE (co-written with Seth Barrish), and most recently, the critically acclaimed AWAKE, which he wrote, directed, and starred in, along with 14 other amazing actors from the TBG community.

Manning recently directed the short film, THE RED SHOE, written by and starring fellow TBG teaching artist Arielle Beth Klein. He is in heavy development for his 2nd feature film, SHEILA & THE PUNK ROCK.

Manning has an MFA in Film from Columbia University and a BFA in Drama from the University of Georgia. In addition to his classes at TBG, he teaches screenwriting, filmmaking, and advanced scene study at Sarah Lawrence College. He is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA.