Target Margin Theater
The Theater of Tomorrow


May 17 – June 6, 2009


Concluding its season-long residency at The Chocolate Factory, Target Margin Theater extends its work on Tennessee Williams’ experimental play Camino Real by exploring the roots of the American avant-garde theater in the early twentieth century. By working with exemplary works including early writing of Eugene O’Neill, Thornton Wilder and Gertrude Stein, among researching less well-known exponents of this first generation of experimental theater in America, the TMT Lab will offer a broad range of productions, readings and adaptations. From one-night-only engagements to a special project by TMT’s Artistic Director David Herskovits, Target Margin’s residency at The Chocolate Factory will have something for everyone who considers themselves an avant guardian.

“The There That’s There: Mapping a Modernist’s Way With Words” – Charles Isherwood, New York Times