A Study of Mourning Becomes Electra by Eugene O’Neill
Directed by David Herskovits

Abrons Arts Center | The Playhouse
466 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002

17 Performances| February 11th – 27th | Tickets $30
All shows at 8pm, Saturday matinees at 4pm, Sunday matinees at 3pm

Special Benefit Performance | Monday February 22nd |Tickets $65

With DRUNKEN WITH WHAT, Target Margin Theater launches a two-season exploration of Eugene O’Neill. Who was he? Genius, blowhard, giant of the imagination, ham-fisted avatar of pseudo-psychology, geographer of the human spirit, was he drunk on art or just drunk? Directed by David Herskovits, DRUNKEN WITH WHAT is the first in a series of unpredictable and intoxicating studies of O’Neill’s epic trilogy Mourning Becomes Electra.

Featuring Satya Bhabha, Mary Neufeld, Stephanie Weeks, and Eunice Wong.

Lighting / Scenic Designer: Lenore Doxsee
Costume Designer: Kaye Voyce
Sound Designer: David Herskovits
Sound Demon: Jesse Freedman
Stage Manager: Olivia O’Brien
Assistant Stage Manager: Suzi Bonnot
Assistant Director: Claire Moodey
Production Manager: Ann Marie Dorr

Illustration by Jesse Hawley

Ticket Info

February 11th – 27th, 2016

Abrons Arts Center
466 Grand Street, NY, NY 1002
(Take the F train to East Broadway / Delancey or the J/M to Essex)

Tickets: $30

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