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Alex More is a struggling Los Angeles actor who finds himself taking an odd job working in the Malibu basement of a Hollywood mega-star. When the A-lister makes a rare appearance one day, Buyer & Cellar launches into an outrageous look at fame and the price that accompanies it.

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Jul. 27, 2014.

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About Buyer & Cellar on Broadway

Previews: Jun 18, 2013 • Closing: Jul 27, 2014
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Greenwich House Theater
27 Barrow Street
New York, NY 10014


What Is the Story of Buyer & Cellar?
Inspired by Barbra Streisand’s My Passion for Design, Buyer & Cellar is part truth, part fiction. The facts? Streisand has a shopping mall in the basement of her Malibu home, featuring a doll shop, an antique clothing store and a sweets shop, complete with a frozen yogurt machine, as detailed in her 2010 book. Playwright Jonathan Tolins takes the wackiness a step further as he imagines a man who is hired to work in the basement of the mall…with Babs as his only customer. The one-man show tells the story of Alex More, a struggling Los Angeles actor who takes a gig working in the basement mall, and develops an unlikely and hilarious friendship with Streisand.


A collection of our favorite reviews from professional news sources.

"Tolins handles this subtext with such subtlety that we’re hardly aware of the chill that creeps into the basement of this fantasy world, and Urie gives such a nuanced reading of Alex’s devastating social blunder that it’s a big shock when the lights go out on Main Street."


Marilyn Stasio

"A reflection on all of us 'struggling to make a perfect little world to fit our life into,' it’s a seriously funny and remarkably sustained slice of absurdist whimsy on which both Barbra lovers and haters will be sold."

The New York Times

David Rooney

"Under Stephen Brackett's direction and with Urie’s wonderful balance of tart and sweet, the show’s 90 minutes, cleverly packed with Streisand lore, zip by."

The New York Daily News

Joe Dziemianowicz

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Barrett Foa
Alex More


Written by
Jonathan Tolins
Stephen Brackett
Set Designer
Andrew Boyce
Costume Designer
Jessica Pabst
Lighting Designer
Eric Southern
Sound Designer
Stowe Nelson
Projection Designer
Alex Basco Koch
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