My dad called in a fright. He said, “My God, there’s a gun in one of these boxes!” And I said, “Yeah, I bought a gun once.” He said “Well, I want to throw it away.” I said, “That’s fine, you can throw it away.” So they buried it.
through sharing, repeating, layering, and rephrasing, the company finds a way to both underline and subvert the brutality without explicitly pointing at it.
The Making of King Kong sets out to unpack the monstrosity of our current cultural moment via the monkey, simultaneously evoking a 1930s acting style (transatlantic accents abound) while complicating itself with very-much-now identity politic-infused dialogue.
The sense of risk, scrappiness, and, in the words of Herskovits, “failure” is strong.
David Herskovits’s latest investigation into the art of theater kicks off with a pared down adaptation of “Mourning Becomes Electra”
Raising and not really answering big questions after seeing Target Margin’s Composition…Masterpieces…Identity.
Target Margin artists bring Gertrude Stein’s text to life.
Lily Padilla previews Target Margin Theater’s Stein Lab, starting January 9th at the Bushwick Starr.
Andy catches us up on what he’s been doing since May 10 and what is coming up in the next few weeks.
David Herskovits & co. deliver a sprightly and winning production of Shakespeare that even people tired of seeing Shakespeare will be happy to see
Director David Herskovits and performer Steve Rattazzi discuss the company’s imaginative new production of “The Tempest,” opening this week at HERE Arts Center
Target Margin studies ESL and Witness Relocation surprises, while Nonsense Company could stand a fresh pair of eyes