Martin Moran Gets Tricky for Barrow Benefit

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Martin Moran's poignant one-man memoir, The Tricky Part, will be revisited by the actor 8 PM Feb. 9 for one night only at The Barrow Group Theatre in Manhattan as a benefit for the Group's new-play development program, from which the solo show sprang.

The play, which received a 2004 Obie Award and two Drama Desk nominations, chronicles a sexual relationship Moran (Titanic, Bells Are Ringing, Spamalot) had for three of his teenage years with an older man, a counselor at a Catholic Boys' camp, and how that influenced his life.

Seth Barrish, artistic director for The Barrow Group, directed the original production. Barrow Group is at 312 West 36th Street. Visit barrowgroup.org.

— Harry Haun

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