Barrie's most recent audiobooks are receiving rave reviews!
Click the images to read what AudioFile has to say.
Both titles were released on August 4th.
"Barrie Kreinik's portrayal of a complicated woman struggling with personal tragedies is heartbreaking."
"Barrie Kreinik's skill with accents and dialects comes in handy in her narration of this historical mystery..."
The Cabinets...Elsa Hart
During quarantine, Barrie created "Songs from Home,"
a series of piano/vocal performances consisting of both original music and covers.
Two of the videos are below. Click here to view the whole playlist on YouTube.
Barrie's full-length play A Thousand Shapes was a
semifinalist for the 2020 Bay Area Playwrights Festival.
Though it didn't proceed to the final round, it was among
just 18% of submitted plays chosen for the semifinals.
A Thousand Shapes was also among
the 8% of submitted plays chosen as semifinalists
for the 2020 Ashland New Plays Festival.
Many thanks to both organizations for this honor.
Barrie wrote and starred in Episode 3.03 of the popular weekly web series Love in NY.
"Benched" finds cynical New Yorker Jane awaiting a first date in the frozen tundra of a Manhattan January.
On January 6th, the Bechdel Project
presented a staged reading of Barrie's play,
In Love with Night, about the life and loves of legendary theatre artist Eva Le Gallienne.
Barrie played the role of Eva alongside a talented cast led by director Trey Coates-Mitchell.
Click here to find out more.
Barrie's recent audiobook releases include
Code Name Hélène by Ariel Lawhon
and The Secret Guests by Benjamin Black,
which was featured in AudioFile's Behind the Mic podcast!
Click here to listen to Robin Whitten and Jo Reed discuss the book.
Click below to hear samples of both books.
The Secret GuestsBenjamin Black
Code Name HélèneAriel Lawhon