Restorative Stories Free Developmental Workshop

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A CHANCE TO COLLABORATE!

We are looking for six BIPOC artists with a story to tell. 

As part of our ongoing efforts to increase inclusion in the performing arts field, The Barrow Group wants to collaborate with these artists to develop their stories then feature them in an online, public performance this Spring.  Selected artists will participate in a free 10-week story development workshop with Seth Barrish (Co-Artistic Director of The Barrow Group, director of Mike Birbiglia’s Broadway show The New One).  Additionally, participants will receive a small honorarium.

If you’re interested in participating, please fill out this form and submit any original 3 to 5 minute story on video as a representation of your work:

  1. Video yourself telling a 3 to 5 minute story.
  2. Upload your video to YouTube or Vimeo.
  3. Fill out and submit the form below by January 1, 2021.

Participants will be selected by K. Lorrel Manning (award-winning director), Poorna Jagganathan (award-winning actress), Seth Barrish (TBG co-Artistic Director), and Lee Brock (TBG co-Artistic Director).  

Submission deadline: January 1, 2021

Thank you!

The Restorative Stories Project

The Barrow Group (TBG) believes stories have the power to transform lives for the better – by helping people connect with their humanity through a greater understanding of oneself, others, and the world.  As part of our Restorative Stories Project, TBG regularly curates personal stories that enlighten and inspire. 


Storytelling Tips

For more storytelling tips, consider taking our Storytelling Workshop with Seth Barrish.