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Studio Reading Series
JANE DOE 24 by Annie LaRussa
Friday, October 20, 2017 at 6:00PM

The Barrow Group
312 West 36th Street 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10018


As a part of our ongoing support of new works, The Barrow Group presents a reading series of works in progress. This series has spawned a number of off-Broadway and Broadway plays including: The Tricky Part and All the Rage by Martin Moran, Sleepwalk with Me and My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend by Mike Birbiglia, A Steady Rain by Keith Huff and Honey Brown Eyes by Stefanie Zadravec. It also serves as a forum to receive feedback from audience members on plays (published and unpublished) being considered for production.

The Barrow Group produces monthly readings in our Studio theatre (with summers off). The Barrow Group primarily uses actors who have completed Scene Study 2 and directors who have completed Directing Workshop 2 . Interested in getting involved? Please email elizabeth@barrowgroup.org.

The ticket price is a suggested donation. We pay each of the actors in the reading as well as the director. The suggested ticket price is what covers this expense. Should you not want to make this $5 donation, you can use the code "StudioReading" to reserve a ticket.

JANE DOE 24 by Annie LaRussa

directed by Mark Grenier

After a wild, frat party, Jane wakes up outside, bleeding and bruised. Jane, and ​those who love and surround her, must grapple with what happened that night.

Annie LaRussa is a playwright/actor. She graduated from NYU Tisch School of the Arts ​ and is so happy to be living in NYC again! Her recent plays include: FLESH AND ​ BLOOD and FIERCE TEARS. JANE DOE 24 is dedicated to those of us who are ​struggling to reclaim our names.

Featuring Sam Evans, Dylan Blue, Hannah Yi, Beth Lincks, Mark Moses and Tamara Flannagan. ​