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2017 Summer Intensive: CB Goodman

This past June TMT hosted its 4th Summer Institute Intensive: a jam-packed week of exploration by our brilliant and bold fellows. We asked each of our five to reflect, in whatever format they wished, on their day of leading the … Continue reading

2017 Summer INTENSIVE: Ayun Halliday

This past June TMT hosted its 4th Summer Institute Intensive: a jam-packed week of exploration by our brilliant and bold fellows. We asked each of our five to reflect, in whatever format they wished, on their day of leading the … Continue reading

2017 Summer INTENSIVE: Aaron Minerbrook

This past June TMT hosted its 4th Summer Institute Intensive: a jam-packed week of exploration by our brilliant and bold fellows. We asked each of our five to reflect, in whatever format they wished, on their day of leading the … Continue reading

In Memory of Lenore Doxsee

Lenore Doxsee passed away on Friday, May 19th. She had lived with ovarian cancer for the past four years with astonishing strength and humor. No one did more than Lenore Doxsee to shape and build the vision that is the … Continue reading

You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet: An Interview with Eva von Schweinitz

Eva von Schweinitz (Lead Artist) is a theater- and filmmaker trained in experimental/devised theater and collaboration. Her work has been presented internationally, including screenings at Tribeca Film Festival, Palm Springs International ShortFest, International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, and performances at … Continue reading

You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet: An Interview with Claire Moodey

Claire Moodey (Lead Artist) is a director, performer, playwright, and designer living in Brooklyn. With Target Margin Theater: Drunken With What (Assistant Director), I Made a Mistake (Performer), Compositions…Master-Pieces…Identity (Stage Manager), Pozhar! (Performer). In 2014 she was a fellow in … Continue reading

You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet: An Interview with Bess Rowen

Bess Rowen (Lead Artist) is a Ph.D. candidate and Dissertation Fellow in the Theatre Program at The Graduate Center, CUNY, and a lecturer at Purchase College. She has directed, stage managed, and even done a little playwriting. Her article “Completing … Continue reading

You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet: An Interview with Kathleen Kennedy Tobin

Kathleen Kennedy Tobin (Lead Artist) is a paper theater designer, animator, and third-generation Eugene O’Neill fan. Her tabletop show The 2013 Puppet Re-enactment of the 1920 Bolshevik Re-enactment of the Storming of the Winter Palace October 1917, originated in 2012 … Continue reading

You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet: An Interview with Ann Marie Dorr

Ann Marie Dorr (Lead Artist) often works on big-little shows with adventurous and ambitious ideas in downtown and Brooklyn spaces including The Bushwick Starr, Abrons Arts Center, The Brick, The New Ohio, and JACK. Previously with Target Margin Theater: Drunken … Continue reading

2016 TMT Institute: Stephen Cedars

The week with the TMT fellows and staff was everything I expected – enlightening, inspiring, thought-provoking, and in turns both goofy and brilliant (though those might be the same thing!) Even more amazing, it was an experience that continues to … Continue reading

2016 TMT Institute: Sugar Vendil

Before you read…listen and watch. Listen to the link below, but here is the main caveat, listen with your eyes closed. Done? Now, listen and watch with your eyes open. “Mediums” from David Bird I’m interested in better understanding how … Continue reading

2016 TMT Institute: Eliza Bent

I was keen on doing an activity in the natural world. I had been working on a weird performance poem of sorts about NATURE and so being in nature felt like an important component of my day. The Bronx Botanic … Continue reading

TMT Intern: Emma “Judy” Peretz

As my summer internship with Target Margin Theater comes to a close, I wanted to let you know a little about myself and the lovely summer I have just experienced. My name is Emma Peretz, and while you may call … Continue reading

At the bar with Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew

TMT: This is your first time as a Lead Artist in a TMT Lab. What was going through your mind when we approached you about tackling this piece of theater? Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew: First thought: My work is the exact … Continue reading

At the bar with Katie Rose McLaughlin

TMT: What drew you to Act III of The Iceman Cometh? What makes it stand out from the other acts. Katie Rose McLaughlin: Initially I was totally uninterested in Act III. In a play about drinking, almost no one had … Continue reading

At the bar with Yuris Skujins

Target Margin Theater present the ICEMAN Lab, our radical new approach to The Iceman Cometh by Eugene O’Neill, with four diverse theater artists each tackling a separate act of the play. This fresh take on O’Neill’s classic will allow audiences … Continue reading

At the bar with Julia Sirna-Frest

The ICEMAN Lab runs June 2 – 25 @ HERE (145 6th Ave). TICKETS ON SALE NOW! TMT: You’ve been a Target Margin regular, in main stage and lab shows, now you are a lead artist. What’s unique about participating … Continue reading

Lilac Bush Beer Me or TMT Walks into a Bar

A musing by Ann Marie Dorr & Moe Yousuf –A bar joke is a very common and basic type of joke. A man walks into a bar and… –Something happens. –The initial perception of the joke is that a man … Continue reading

TMT Associated Artist: William Burke

I wrote a play that suspends actors from the ceiling. There’s a reason for it, beyond being really cool, I promise. The metaphor is a tad obvious. We are youth…trapped…screaming to be heard…to be relevant. Initially I just saw them … Continue reading

At the bar with Eunice Wong

Eunice Wong (Performer) is a classically trained actor who works in professional theatres across the United States and in New York City. She was Gretchen in TMT’s Faust at Classic Stage. Also: Smart People (Huntington – My Theatre Boston Award, … Continue reading

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