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

— Harry Haun

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