Our Bar Podcast
By Our Bar
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Using a theme each month, Project:Theater invites some of New York's finest theater artists to build roughly ten scenes that could legitimately happen in that bar, that night. Audience members grab a drink, find a seat and watch the stories unfold. With no “fourth wall,” OUR BAR is often described as a month’s worth of bar antics artfully shoved into one hour, and like any great night out on the town, each show is unique. The material you see at each OUR BAR lives and dies before your eyes. The OUR BAR crew has offered up increasingly impressive shows every month since November 2009 thanks to the endless supply of stories from New York City’s ever amusing nightlife. Somehow the block of wood that resides between bartender and customer gives strangers permission to open up in surprising and incredible ways. It is this dynamic that is at the heart of every OUR BAR. Blending New Yorkers’ love of bar life, theater and tasty whiskeys, OUR BAR is carving out its own cult following. These podcast episodes have been compiled from some of our favorite OUR BAR performances. If you're interested in more information and/or you'd like to get involved, please visit ourbarnyc.com or email us at email@example.com.
||ExplicitEpisode 6: OUR BAR: From Me To You||OUR BAR returns with another selection of scenarios from the nuttiest bar in NYC. Tonight, sever...||12/31/2014||Free||View In iTunes|
Love this show and so excited that it has finally found a new venue to expand it's audience! Such a talented group of people! Definitely take a listen and if you live in the NY area go to the live show. It's an absolute blast!
Better than very good.
I"ve been following this group for almost a year in person. They blend all sorts of hilariousness with serious short plays. It's a very fun set up. I would subscrive to the podcasts to go back and listen to bits that liked and relive my chuckles, but not sure it works if you weren't there. It is really is theater, so it's very visual.