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In 2014, Tooting Arts Club set about staging Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s iconic musical thriller SWEENEY TODD in Harrington’s–London’s oldest working pie and mash shop. Now, transported all the way from South London, we are delighted that Harrington’s has found its New York home within the walls of the Barrow Street Theatre.
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Instead of a formal theater setting, our production of SWEENEY TODD is set inside a 360-degree re-creation of Harrington’s. While there is no formal audience participation, the four center tables (B/C/D/E) are particularly close to the action, which primarily takes place on and around the shop’s service counter and these tables. All banquettes have upholstered seats and are at counters or tables, except for one row Downstairs (Row J) and one row Upstairs (Row BB).
At the point of purchasing your tickets, you will be presented with a seating diagram. In order to familiarize yourself with the shop layout in advance, a diagram can be viewed now by clicking ‘View Full Seating Chart’ to the right of this page.
Lower price seats are available in our “Twisting View” and “Partial View” locations. Please visit the “Twisting View and Partial View Locations” section of the FAQ page on our website for more information on these locations.
Our shop’s pie maker is former White House pastry chef Bill Yosses. Most, but not all, seating locations within the shop include the option to buy tickets that include pre-show pie and mash cooked fresh daily by Bill. For an additional $22.50 on top of the price of your ticket, you will get one pie – meat (chicken) or veg, a generous helping of mashed potato with an optional parsley sauce known as “liquor,”, and a beer, glass of wine, or other non-alcholic drink. Pie and mash may only be purchased in advance. To be clear, due to space constraints, pre-show pie and mash is not available for purchase with every seat location.
Pie and mash is served beginning 1 hour and 15 minutes prior to each curtain, and those who have purchased it may arrive any time after that until 30 minutes before curtain (at which point the last pie is served). All tables must be cleared 15 minutes later for performer safety. We encourage you to arrive on the early side so your meal is not rushed.
If you’re not dining with us, you’re welcome to enter the shop beginning 15 minutes prior to show time. Beer, wine, and non-alcoholic drinks may be purchased from the bar in the lobby before each show and during intermission. No outside food or drinks are permitted.
Running time is 2 hours and 45 minutes including one twenty minute intermission.
You will receive an email confirmation from OvationTix immediately after purchasing tickets including your seating location(s). Physical tickets will only be printed at the Barrow Street Theatre box office, and will be available for pickup beginning 2 hours prior to the performance you are attending. All guests will be required to show photo ID that matches the name on the ticket order. Please understand this is for your protection: ticket fraud and third party re-selling, often at extremely higher (and unlawful) prices, has become a pervasive problem in our industry.
Instead of a formal theater setting, our production of SWEENEY TODD is set inside a 360-degree replica environment of Harrington’s. While there is no formal audience participation, the four center tables are very close to the action. All seats are at counters or tables, except for a few in the Downstairs section of the shop.
The action of the performance takes place Downstairs on and around the shop’s service counter and four nearby tables. While there is no formal audience participation, certain seats in the shop—particularly those at the four tables—are very close to the action.
The Downstairs of the shop is fully ADA compliant. As Greenwich House is an early 1900s building, however, a ramp is required for wheelchairs to access the lobby and Downstairs of the shop from the street. Any guest with mobility issues should purchase tickets Downstairs. Please contact the box office after booking to let us know about any access requirements by calling 212-243-6262 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
WINNER! 2017 Lucille Lortel Award
WINNER! 2017 OFF BROADWAY ALLIANCE AWARD
BEST MUSICAL REVIVAL
WINNER! BEST OFF-BROADWAY MUSICAL
THEATER FANS' CHOICE AWARD
DRAMA LEAGUE AWARD NOMINATIONS INCLUDING
OUTSTANDING REVIVAL OF A MUSICAL
DISTINGUISHED PERFORMANCE AWARD - JEREMY SECOMB
“THRILLING! A BLOODY GOOD TIME.”
“THE MOST FRIGHTENING SWEENEY TODD I’VE SEEN.”
“A TREAT FOR ALL OF THE SENSES, EVEN TASTE!”
“SEE THIS ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME PRODUCTION AT ALL COSTS!”
“A BLOODY WONDER! THIS THRILLING SWEENEY IS A FULL-COURSE MEAL.”
“A WONDROUS PRODUCTION! THE EXCEPTIONAL CAST AND TALENTED DIRECTOR OPEN SONDHEIM’S BRILLIANT LYRICS UP TO A NEW FRESHNESS.”
“Soaked in an atmosphere of thrilling intimacy which suits Stephen Sondheim’s musical so exquisitely.”
“Sondheim’s brooding masterpiece is brought up close and personal in a shattering, unmissable production.”
“It sets the bar mighty high for the next time the demon barber comes to town.”
“In what might be the boldest move on London’s theatre scene this year, Tooting Arts Club perform Sondheim’s murderous musical in the capital’s oldest pie and mash shop. The move may also be the most brilliant.”
“An irresistible tasty treat.”
The hit off-Broadway revival of “Sweeney Todd” stars Broadway veteran Norm Lewis in the title role
Jenna has the sweets and Nellie has the meats. Between Joe’s Diner and Mrs. Lovett’s Pie Shop, theatre-goers are getting pie in abundance this season at the Brooks Atkinson and Barrow Street Theatres.
You might not know this man but you sure will know this woman, the effervescent Carolee Carmello.
“Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” is currently running in an off-Broadway revival.
We’ve always known that Matt Doyle was one of the most talented performers in on the musical theatre stage
The problem with successful musicals is how to keep them that way. Often the difference between a borderline hit and a smash depends more on the second cast, and the third, than the first.
On a recent Sunday around noon, Bill Yosses, the former White House executive pastry chef, was standing in the middle of the West Village with two insulated black crates…
Many great chefs say that they found their calling early on when they were children cooking beside a grandparent or parent.
The new stars of this immersive revival talk scaring audiences and chowing down.
Sweeney Todd is a piece of theater that should make you lose your appetite. The grisly musical by Stephen Sondheim tells the story of a demonic barber whose clients become the filling for meat pies.
Following the departure of the original London stars of the Tooting Arts Club immersive staging of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Tony nominees Norm Lewis and Carolee Carmello stepped into the lead roles at the Barrow Street Theatre.
Jeremy Secomb and Siobhain McCarthy talk about their roles in a new production of “Sweeney Todd.”
t’s a long way from South London’s urban, multicultural melting pot district, Tooting, to New York, but the demon barber once traversed the globe, so should we be surprised?
If you’ve seen a production of the show, you’re probably wondering about the meat. If you haven’t, well, it has been 38 years since “Sweeney Todd” debuted, so the statute of limitations for spoilers has long expired.
With real pie and mash served on-site, off-Broadway audiences come together to share a uniquely English — and unarguably American — experience.
The ‘Scandal’ actor will play the title character in a spring 2017 limited run, starring opposite Carolee Carmello.
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The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and the creative team celebrated the Off-Broadway transfer of Sweeney Todd.
A mix of Broadway and London stage veterans come to New York in a new off-Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s musical.
Rehearsals are underway for the Tooting Arts Club production of Sweeney Todd.
The Tooting Arts Club production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is set to have its New York premiere starting February 14 at the Barrow Street Theatre.
Off Broadway’s Barrow Street Theatre is bringing the Tooling Arts Club vision to New York City — transforming its theatre into a working pie-shop environment in the process.
Gorgeous music isn’t the only mouth-watering part of a new take on “Sweeney Todd,” now in rehearsals off Broadway.
Former White House Pastry Chef Named ‘Official Pie Maker’ for Immersive SWEENEY TODD Off-Broadway
The Barrow Street Theater will be reconfigured into a pie shop to host a British production of the musical “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.”
An old pie and mash shop is to be meticulously recreated in the heart of the West End to host London’s first pop-up
Rachel Edwards, the producer behind ‘Sweeney Todd’, talks to Time Out about transferring a whole south London pie shop to the West End for the latest revival of Sondheim’s musical.
It was a bit of an out-of-brain experience,” admitted Rachel Edwards, recalling the evening when Stephen Sondheim turned up to watch her company’s performance in a south London pie and mash shop.
In May of 2014, Norm Lewis made history as The Phantom of the Opera’s first African American Phantom on Broadway.
He has been seen on PBS in the Live From Lincoln Center productions of Showboat with Vanessa Williams, Norm Lewis: Who Am I?, and New Year’s Eve: A Gershwin Celebration with Diane Reeves, as well as American Voices with Renée Fleming and the PBS Special First You Dream – The Music of Kander & Ebb. He can be seen recurring in the upcoming VH1 series, Daytime Divas, also alongside Vanessa Williams. His additional television credits include Chicago Med, Gotham, The Blacklist, and Blue Bloods, as well as in his recurring role as Senator Edison Davis on the hit drama Scandal.
Mr. Lewis received Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, and Outer Critics Circle award nominations for his performance as Porgy in the Broadway production of The Gershwins’ Porgy & Bess. Other Broadway credits include Sondheim on Sondheim, The Little Mermaid, Les Misérables, Chicago, Amour, The Wild Party, Side Show, Miss Saigon, and The Who’s Tommy. In London’s West End he has appeared as Javert in Les Misérables and Les Misérables: The 25th Anniversary Concert, which aired on PBS.
Off-Broadway Mr. Lewis has performed in Dessa Rose (Drama Desk nomination, AUDELCO Award), Shakespeare in the Park’s The Tempest, The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Drama League nomination), Captains Courageous, and A New Brain. His regional credits include Porgy in The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (A.R.T.), Ragtime, Dreamgirls (with Jennifer Holliday), First You Dream, Sweeney Todd, and The Fantasticks.
On film Mr. Lewis has appeared in Winter’s Tale, Sex and the City 2, Confidences, Preaching to the Choir, and the upcoming film, Magnum Opus.
Norm’s solo debut album “This is The Life” can be found on Amazon.com as well as cdbaby.com.
has appeared in 14 Broadway musicals. Most recently, she was seen as Mae Tuck in Tuck Everlasting and as Mrs. du Maurier in Finding Neverland (earning a Drama Desk nomination). She received both a Tony nomination and Drama Desk nomination for her portrayal of Aimee Semple McPherson in Scandalous. Broadway audiences also saw her as Mother Superior in Sister Act, as Mrs. Beineke in The Addams Family (Drama Desk nomination and Outer Critics Circle nomination), as Donna in Mamma Mia!, as Gabrielle in Lestat (Tony nomination, Drama Desk nomination), as Ms. Pennywise in Urinetown, as Kate in Kiss Me Kate, as Marguerite in The Scarlet Pimpernel, as Lucille Frank in Parade (Tony nomination and Drama Desk Award), as Abigail Adams in 1776, as Cordelia in Falsettos, and as Oolie in City of Angels. Off-Broadway credits include: john and jen, Das Barbecü, I Can Get It For You Wholesale, Hello Again (Obie Award), A Class Act, The Vagina Monologues, and Elegies. TV appearances in “Madam Secretary,” “Smash,” “Law and Order: SVU,” “Frasier,” “Ed,” and “Remember W.E.N.N.” (SAG Award nomination).
Off–Broadway – Avenue Q (Kate Monster/Lucy T. Slut). Regional Highlights: Guthrie Theater – Music Man (Marian); Tuacahn – Les Miserables (Fantine), Denver Theater Center – Sense and Sensibility (Lucy); Flat Rock Playhouse – My Fair Lady (Eliza); Infinity Theater – Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey). New York Theatre: Gallery Players – Oliver! (Nancy); Astoria Performing Arts Center – Ragtime (Evelyn); NYMF – Going Down Swinging (Lena). London Theatre: The Old Red Lion – The Dreamer Examines His Pillow (Donna). Awards: 2007 NHTA Award – Best Actress in a Musical (The Apple Tree). Training: MA in Acting – Royal Central School of Speech and Drama; BFA in Musical Theater – NYU Tisch. Special thanks to Harden-Curtis, Telsey + Co., and my family. Twitter/Instagram:@stacie_bono – www.staciebono.com
Broadway: The Book of Mormon (Elder Price), War Horse (Billy Narracott), Spring Awakening (Hanschen), Bye Bye Birdie (Hugo Peabody). National Tour: Spring Awakening (Melchior). Off-Broadway: Brooklynite (Trey), Jasper in Deadland (Jasper). Regional: West Side Story at Paper Mill Playhouse (Tony), Jasper in Deadland at the 5th Avenue Theater in Seattle (Jasper), Giant at Dallas Theater Center (Jordy Jr). Film/TV: Recurring on “Gossip Girl” (Jonathan),“Private Romeo” (Glenn). Recordings: Bare (Peter). Matt’s album, Uncontrolled, is available on iTunes.
Off-Broadway debut! Alex was most recently seen on Broadway as Cosette in the most recent revival of Les Misérables. Other credits include 1st National Tour: Anything Goes (Hope Harcourt). Regional; The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Kit) at The Denver Center, Footloose (Wendy Jo) at PCLO, and Music Theatre Wichita. Graduate of the University of Michigan, BFA musical theatre. Love and thanks to the cast, crew, producing and creative team, Harden Curtis, Cesar and Telsey & Co, teachers, family, friends, and especially Mom, Dad, Sarah, Chris, Jimmy, and Joe. Special thanks to Colin. @finkeboutit
Sweeney Todd is Jamie’s favorite musical – this is his third production! Broadway: Doctor Zhivago, The Last Ship, Soul Doctor. Off-Broadway: The 39 Steps, Katie Roche. Lincoln Center Concerts: The Secret Garden, Sweeney Todd. Toured nationally in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and worked regionally at Goodspeed Opera, Pioneer Theatre and Fulton Opera. Television includes The Get Down, Chicago Fire, The Blacklist, Blindspot, The Family, The Mysteries of Laura, Person of Interest, Unforgettable, The 5th Borough and The Flight of the Conchords. Film includes Rapid Eye Movement, Diverge, and My Man Is A Loser. With his wife and collaborator, SoHee Youn, he is writing the original musical, I Spy A Spy. He has a BA in acting from NIDA (Australia) and an MFA from NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program. A recent US citizen, Jamie believes passionately that we are, and always will be, stronger together. For more: www.jamiejackson.com
Off Broadway: The Flick (Barrow Street), Brooklynite (Vineyard), Jasper in Deadland (Prospect). City Center Encores: 1776. Regional: The Art of Falling (Second City/Hubbard Street), Choir Boy (Guthrie). Recordings: Jasper in Deadland. Workshops: 86’d, Darling, Take the Lead, The Visitor, Five Points, Wringer, A Bronx Tale, Gloryana, We Foxes. Undying gratitude to my Texas-Bama Family, Black Lives Matter, Nicolosi & Pace Musical Theater BFA MT-14! Instagram: @jmlyles1 | www.john-michaellyles.com
Broadway: Something Rotten! (Tony Award nomination), Big Fish, Nice Work If You Can Get It, The Producers, (Tony Award nomination),The Addams Family, Spamalot, Jekyll & Hyde, Aspects of Love. National Tour:The Phantom of the Opera, Young Frankenstein, Jekyll & Hyde. West End: The Producers. Off Broadway: Forbidden Broadway, The Body Beautiful, Encores! Annie Get Your Gun, Bells Are Ringing and Do Re Mi. Regional: Fiddler on the Roof (Barrington Stage), Barnum (Asolo Rep/Maltz Jupiter- Carbonell Award, Best Actor in a Musical), The Mystery of Irma Vep, Cabaret and Damn Yankees (Arena Stage), The First Wives Club (Old Globe). Film: Ghost Town, The Producers. Television: “Madam Secretary,” “Smash,” “The Good Wife” and three “Law & Orders.”
Off-Broadway Debut! New York: Sweeney Todd Live at Lincoln Center (New York Philharmonic), ICON (NYMF). National Tour: The Book of Mormon 2nd National Tour. Regional: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma), Most Happy Fella (Tulsa Opera), Spring Awakening, Next to Normal, Hairspray (Crown Uptown Theatre). Many thanks and Love to my family, friends, teachers, Florence Birdwell, the entire Sweeney & Barrow St. Theatre team, Telsey + Co, DD & Leading Artists. BLACK LIVES MATTER. Instagram: @colinanderson
Monet is making her Off-Broadway debut! Graduate of NYU Tisch’s New Studio on Broadway. Readings/Workshops: Wendy’s Shadow (NYMF), Stalker (Fringe), Hit List (54 Below), Smile (reunion concert). Solo cabaret debut at Don’t Tell Mama, and her first EP is available on iTunes. Extreme love and gratitude to: Michal Zecher, the Harden-Curtis team, Telsey & Co, all my teachers, the friends, and most importantly: Mom and Dad. @monetsabel
David is honored to be making the trip back to Fleet Street with this wonderful production and brilliant cast. Broadway/National Tour: A Bronx Tale, The Last Ship, Phantom of the Opera, Company, Sweeney Todd. Regional credits include: The Last Ship (world premier), A Bronx Tale (Paper Mill Playhouse, World premier), The Heart of Robin Hood at A.R.T, Ragtime at the Kennedy Center, Merrily We Roll Along at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Carnival! at Paper Mill Playhouse and Camelot and My Fair Lady at The Engeman Theater. TV/Film credits include: “Person of Interest”, “Unforgettable”, “Elementary”, “Flesh and Bone” and “Carry Me Home” with Cuba Gooding, Jr. Thank you to Telsey and Co. and Everyone at About Artists for always believing in me.
Broadway: Original company Billy Elliot (understudy Mrs. Wilkinson/Dead Mum). Londonʼs West End: Original company Metropolis(Tan). National Tours: Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), Jesus Christ Superstar, Seussical, Scooby-Doo! Regional Theatre: Mary Poppins (Mrs. Banks) J.Engeman Theatre, Cabaret (Sally Bowles) St Louis Rep/Cincinnati Playhouse, Sense and Sensibility (Fanny Dashwood) Denver Center, Something’s Afoot (Lettie), City of Angels (Alaura/Carla), Seven Brides…(Ruth), George M! (Josie Cohan) Goodspeed, Peter Pan (Peter Pan) Alabama Shakespeare, Jekyll and Hyde (Emma) Sacramento Music Circus, The Whoʼs Tommy (Mrs. Walker) Bay Street Theatre, Smokey Joeʼs Café (Delee) Pioneer Theatre, My One and Only (Edythe)Theatre by the Sea, George M! (Agnes Nolan) Ogunquit Playhouse and Christmas Carol (Belle) North Shore. CCM BFA. Many thanks DGRW. www.lizpearce.info
“A TREAT FOR ALL OF THE SENSES, EVEN TASTE!”
Good old-fashioned “pie and mash” has been a London food tradition since the days of Queen Victoria. A small meat pie and a generous helping of mashed potato with an optional addition of the steaming parsley sauce known as “liquor,” pie and mash became the staple dish for many hungry families and workers alike. Affordable, filling and tasty–it was often the only hot meal one might eat in a day.
In 2014, Tooting Arts Club staged SWEENEY TODD in Harrington’s–London’s oldest working pie and mash shop. Steeped in history and atmosphere, this quintessential Victorian pie shop proved to be the perfect chamber of horrors for this iconic Gothic tale. Before each show, audience members were welcomed to arrive early to Harrington’s for their very own meal of pie and mash.
We will continue this pre-show tradition with our guests at the Barrow Street Theatre and we’re delighted that former White House pastry chef Bill Yosses has taken on the role as our official pie maker.
“Whatever pie you like, he will make it, and it will be the best pie you have ever eaten.”
– President Barack Obama
Since departing the White House in 2014, Bill “The Crustmaster” Yosses – as nicknamed by President Obama – has operated his own pie company, The Perfect Pie, in New York City. While working from an original recipe – including meat (chicken) and veg options – Bill serves fresh pie and mash beginning 1 hour and 15 minutes before each performance. Pie and mash – plus a beer, glass of wine, ginger ale, or water – may be purchased (in advance only) with tickets for $22.50.
One dish brimming with history, an authentic slice of Victorian London if there ever was one–“God that’s good!“
Meat Pie and Mash
Flaky Crust Chicken Pot Pie with Mushrooms, Carrots, Onions, Jerusalem Artichokes, Black Truffle Zest, served with Yukon Gold Smashed Potatoes and optional Italian Parsley & Herbs Sauce.
Vegetarian Pie and Mash
Flaky Crust Vegetarian Pot Pie with Carrots, Onions, Asparagus, Corn, Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Truffles, Squash, Fava beans, Potatoes, Cauliflower, Fresh Herbs, and Aged Parmesan Cheese served with Yukon Gold Smashed Potatoes and optional Italian Parsley & Herbs Sauce.
A full list of ingredients can be viewed on our FAQ page. Some ingredients are subject to change due to seasonal availability from our purveyors; if you have a particular food allergy you are concerned about, please email us at email@example.com.
A TOOTING ARTS CLUB Production
Design by SIMON KENNY
Music Supervision & Arrangement by BENJAMIN COX
Music Direction by MATT AUMENT
Choreographer GEORGINA LAMB
Lighting Design by AMY MAE
Sound Design by MATT STINE
Casting by TELSEY + CO. / CESAR A. ROCHA, CSA
Fight Director BRYCE BERMINGHAM
Vocal and Dialect Coach BEN FUREY
Prop Master RAY WETMORE
Associate Director ANDREW SCOVILLE
Associate Choreographer YASMINE LEE
Associate Set Design by IRON BLOOM CREATIVE PRODUCTION
Associate Lighting Design by JESSICA CREAGER
Associate Costume Design by SYDNEY GALLAS
Assistant Sound Designer AJ SURASKY
Chef & Pie Maker BILL YOSSES
Assistant Pie Maker ROBERTO WELCH
Food Consultation by FLAVOR MEMORY
Violin TOMOKO AKABOSHI
Clarinets MICHAEL BREAUX
Standby Music Director ANDREW GERLE
General Management by KATE MORROW
Production Management by IRON BLOOM
Production Stage Management by RICHARD A. HODGE
Assistant Stage Management by JOSHUA MARK GUSTAFSON
Company Management by KARLY FISCHER
Wardrobe Supervisor ANDREA DOCKHORN
Deck Carpenter BRIAN GUSTAVESON
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THE BARROW STREET THEATRE
Founding Producer SCOTT MORFEE
Producer TOM WIRTSHAFTER
Originally directed by HAROLD PRINCE
Originally produced on Broadway by
Richard Barr, Charles Woodward, Robert Fryer, Mary Lea Johnson, Martin Richards
In assocation with Dean & Judy Manos
Tuesday @ 7:30pm
Wednesday @ 7:30pm
Thursday @ 7:30pm
Friday @ 8:00pm
Saturday @ 2:30pm
Saturday @ 8:00pm
Sunday @ 2:00pm
Sunday @ 7:30pm
2 hours and 45 minutes, including one 20-minute intermission.
“Pie and mash is served beginning 1 hour and 15 minutes prior to each curtain, and those who have purchased it may arrive any time after that until 30 minutes before curtain (at which point the last pie is served). All tables must be cleared 15 minutes later for performer safety. We encourage you to arrive on the early side so your meal is not rushed.
If you’re not dining with us, you’re welcome to enter the shop beginning 15 minutes prior to show time. Beer, wine, and non-alcoholic drinks may be purchased from the bar in the lobby before each show and during intermission. No outside food or drinks are permitted.
There is no late seating or re-entry, unfortunately, due to the nature of the staging and safety of our performers. If you need to leave the shop during the performance, we will only be able to re-seat you after the intermission.
We are unable to make any modifications to our pie & mash recipe. The full list of our ingredients is as follows:
CHICKEN POT PIE INGREDIENTS: Wheat Flour, Butter, Salt, Pepper, Black Truffle Zest, Chicken, Carrots, Vidalia Onions, Mushrooms, Celery, Bay Leaf, Thyme, Sage, Jerusalem Artichokes.
VEGETARIAN POT PIE INGREDIENTS: Wheat Flour, Butter, Salt, Pepper, Carrots, Celery, Onions, Asparagus, Corn, Tomatoes, Sunchokes, Mushrooms, Truffles, Squash, Fava beans, Potatoes, Cauliflower, Fresh Herbs, Aged Parmesan Cheese, Olive Oil, Milk, Scallions, Paprika.
MASHED POTATO INGREDIENTS: Yukon Gold Potatoes, Milk, Butter, Salt, Pepper.
PARSLEY SAUCE (“LIQUOR”) INGREDIENTS: Parsley, Watercress, Tarragon, Sage, Rosemary, Grapeseed Oil.
REGARDING ALLERGIES: The ingredients contain wheat flour and dairy. Although they contain no nuts or soy, they are processed in a facility where both are present.
No. Due to space constraints, pre-show pie and mash is not available for purchased with every seat within the shop.
For performances thru 8/13/17, the specific seat locations for which this applies are: E3/E4/E5/E6, B7/B8/B9/B10, J1/J3/J5, and the entire Row BB (Upstairs).
For performances beginning 8/15/17, the specific seat locations for which this applies are: the entire Row J (Downstairs) and the entire Row BB (Upstairs).
Yes. The Downstairs of the shop is fully ADA compliant. As Greenwich House is an early 1900s building, however, a ramp is required for wheelchairs to access the lobby and Downstairs of the shop from the street. Any guest with mobility issues should purchase tickets Downstairs. Please contact the box office after booking to let us know about any access requirements by calling 212-243-6262 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The maximum number of tickets that can be purchased within one order is 4.
All guests will receive an email confirmation from OvationTix immediately after purchasing tickets, including seating location(s). Physical tickets will only be printed at the Barrow Street Theatre box office, and will be available for pickup beginning 2 hours prior to the performance you are attending. All guests will be required to show photo ID that matches the name on the ticket order. Please understand this is for your protection: ticket fraud and third party re-selling, often at extremely higher (and unlawful) prices, has become a pervasive problem in our industry.
We are happy to accommodate your group or make arrangements to create a special event. Please contact Kendra Dolton at Group Sales Box Office, email@example.com or 212.307.2171 to inquire about special packages, or to create a memorable theater party. Alternately, call the Barrow Street Box Office at 212-243-6262.
All purchases are final; we do not offer any refunds or exchanges.
Pie and mash may only be purchased in advance with tickets. Beer, wine and non-alcoholic drinks may be purchased a la carte from The Barrow Street Theatre lobby bar before each show and during intermission, and may be taken into the shop. No outside food or drinks are permitted.
Check this month’s calendar regularly – you may just be in luck! Whenever possible we make last-minute releases for seats in excellent locations. If the show you want to see is sold out, try our wait list – we do our best to squeeze folks in if we can.
For sold out performances, we offer standby tickets. A wait-list begins daily at 1:00PM; to add your name to the list, please call 212-243-6262. Patrons will be sold full price tickets in the order of the wait list if tickets go unused or are returned to the box office. You must be present to purchase. We do our best to squeeze folks into the shop!
We offer $39 student rush tickets to every performance, based on availability, one ticket per valid student ID. A wait-list begins daily at 1:00PM. To add your name to the list, please call 212-243-6262. Tickets will be sold just prior to curtain.
Please call the Barrow Street Theatre Box Office at 212-243-6262 and they will be able to accommodate changing the name on an order.
Twisting View seats are located in the center of the action of the production. However, because we mimic the seating of an actual pie shop, these seats orient audience members away from the optimal view, and one must reposition oneself to see much of the staging. We have designed our banquette benches to comfortably accommodate this shift.
Some audience members love the experience of being in the middle of the action, which can be more thrilling, especially for the lower price. But other audience members don’t like the discomfort of having to frequently turn one’s view or position.
Partial View seating locations are in the second row (BB) of our Upstairs and have visual obstructions during certain moments of the performance.
As of July, 2017, we have improved the visibility of the sightlines and improved audience experience in this section by removing a pie shop shelf in the front row of the Upstairs. Having done so, this creates better sightlines for viewers in both rows of the Upstairs. However, it still does have some visual obstructions. This change for better sightlines does result in an inability to purchase pie and mash in the Upstairs section.
The BARROW STREET THEATRE, founded in 2003, is an intimate off-Broadway theater with an enduring history of inviting some of the most exceptional, innovative and highly acclaimed theatrical experiences to its confines.
Generally a 200-seat black box theater, it has been fully reconfigured into a 130-seat, one and 1/2 story recreation of Harrington’s – London’s oldest operating pie and mash shop – where our production originated in 2014. Barrow Street Theatre is situated within Greenwich House, and with it, the larger West Village community that surrounds it.
Located on the corner of Seventh Avenue South and Barrow Street, Greenwich House is one of NYC’s most treasured and long-running not-for-profits. Now 114-years-old, it opened its doors on Thanksgiving, 1902 with the mission to improve the living conditions among the predominately immigrant population in Greenwich Village. Throughout that period, and on a daily basis today, Greenwich House’s programs include a nursery school, after school programs and a senior center amongst many others.