Target Margin Theater Announces Mourning Becomes Electra, Unseen O'Neill, and More
Details of the theater's 25th Anniversary Blowout have also be released.
Target Margin Theater has announced plans for the continuation of its 2016-17 season.
In the spring, the theater will continue its ongoing exploration of Eugene O'Neill with a production of Mourning Becomes Electra at the Abrons Arts Center. The production is described as follows: "David Herskovits tackles all three plays of the Mourning trilogy, creating an immersive world throughout Abrons' historic Playhouse." Unseen O'Neill will be presented in April/May of 2017.
Target Margin's LAB Lead Artists Ann Marie Dorr, Claire Moodey, Bess Rowen, Kathleen Kennedy Tobin, and Eva von Schweinitz present some of Eugene O'Neill's more experimental plays like Dynamo, The Great God Brown, and Marco Millions. These show's will be presented at The Brick from November 30-December 17. The LAB will also feature a collaboration with City University of New York students and alumni and Durned Queer of a works-in-progress showing of Mourning Becomes Electra.
Target Margin celebrates its 25th Anniversary season with a Blowout Benefit in March 2017 with a one-night only special performance directed by David Herskovits.