CHRIS BARLOW IS A FOUNDING COMPANY MEMBER, AND HAS BEEN SOUND DESIGNING FOR MORGAN GOULD & FRIENDS SINCE 2012.
TRADEMARK: Plane crash sound effects and desperately searching his iphone's "Free Happy Hour" app.
Chris Barlow is a New York-based playwright, sound designer, and the creator of the podcast Places Like This: Wiretaps from Tomorrow (placeslikethis.net). His plays include Condolences From the Future! (Ars Nova ANT Fest 2014), The Heart is a Lonely Arsonist (Fordham Alumni Company, dir. Morgan Gould), Life of Leisure (Fordham Alumni Company), Thank You For Sending Me An Angel (Horse Trade/Less Than Rent), Project iFaust (Brainchild), and The Big Country (T. Schreiber Studios, dir. Morgan Gould). TV/Film: The short film Friends (Stonestreet Studios), and the new web series NSFW (premiering in 2015).
As a sound designer Chris has collaborated on the original productions of many new plays, including Hand to God (Ensemble Studio Theater), Trevor (Lesser America), Billy Witch (Studio 42/APAC), and TALA (returning January 2015), as well as the entire Morgan Gould & Friends oeuvre.
Chris is a proud company member of Morgan Gould & Friends, an alumnus of the Fordham Theater Program and a current graduate student in the Department of Dramatic Writing at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Find out more about Chris and his work at thisischrisbarlow.com.