The Barrow Group’s New Season Will Host World Premiere of Scott Organ’s 17 Minutes

Off-Broadway News   The Barrow Group’s New Season Will Host World Premiere of Scott Organ’s 17 Minutes
 
A Lortel-winning solo show by Martin Moran and the Jane Anderson's NYC premiere of The Quality of Life round out the lineup.
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The Barrow Group has announced plans for its 2019–2020 Off-Broadway season. All three productions fall under the theme of positive change through action and awareness.

Beginning September 13 will be the first NYC revival of Martin Moran’s All The Rage, which won the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Solo Play. The piece by the Obie-winning playwright tries to understand how people are nice one minute and so rude the next. All the Rage runs through October 5, helmed by Barrow Group Artistic Director Seth Barrish.

Early next year is the world premiere of Scott Organ’s 17 minutes, also directed by Barrish. Running January 10, 2020, through February 15, the play examines how a community is affected long after a high school shooting.

Barrish will then take to the stage next spring in the NYC premiere of Jane Anderson's The Quality of Life. Directed by Eric Paeper and Shannon Patterson, the play follows two couples as they struggle to overcome loss. Lee Brock, Barrow Group's co-artistic director, will star as well.

For more information about the upcoming season, visit BarrowGroup.org.

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