Target Margin Will Look at Past and Present for 2010-2011 Season

News   Target Margin Will Look at Past and Present for 2010-2011 Season
 
The Target Margin Theater will put its mission into motion for the 2010-2011 season, which will offer Shakespeare's The Tempest and a new collaborative work, Second Language.

Artistic director David Herskovits states that the 20th anniversary season will offer a "brain scan" of Target Margin's experimental aesthetic over the past two decades.

Launching the season will be the Target Margin Laboratory, presented at the Brick in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Nov. 4-20. The Lab will offer repertory productions of The Yellow Sound by Wassily Kandinsky; The Magic Flute (A Sound-Op Era) adapted from the Mozart opera; and The Moth and The Flame by Clyde Fitch.

In February and March 2011, Target Margin will take up residence at Long Island City's Chocolate Factory to stage Second Language. The experimental work will unite professional theatre artists and students from LaGuardia Community College to create an original work about human communication.

For its final offering, Target Margin promises to "challenge perceived notions of performing Shakespeare" with The Tempest, to be produced at HERE in May 2011.

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