The Barrow Street Fortnight presents nine shows over the span of 12 days, including the premiere of What? And Give Up Show Biz?, the latest work from the Austin-based Asylum Street Spankers (Jan. 9-20). Also set for the festival is Trinidadian performance artist Roger Bonair-Agard's Masquerade: Calypso and Home (Jan. 11-12).
Two Men Talking, the evolving performance of a friendship featuring Paul Browde and Murray Nossel, runs Jan. 11-19. The interactive family musical Yellow Shoes is presented by Lisa Biales Jan. 12-13, while the sketch comedy troop FreeLoveForum and Drop Six will entertain on Jan. 11.
As previously announced, The Jesus Factor, the latest work from the popular and controversial solo artist Brian Dykstra, will run for three performances Jan. 10, 19 and 20. Caitlin Miller presents her one-woman show, Way to Go!, Jan. 16 and 18; Gone Missing's Damian Baldet will take the stage in Pugilist Jan. 9.
On the music front is Music From Almost Yesterday, who will offer their signature styles and spoken word Jan. 15.
Tickets, ranging $15-$25, can be purchased by calling (212) 239-6200 or by visiting www.telecharge.com. The Barrow Street Theatre is located at 27 Barrow Street at 7th Avenue South, in Manhattan. For further information visit www.barrowstreettheatre.com.