SHOW HISTORY
  • The (*) Inn, *empty, vacant, abandoned; usually translated as “Haunted” by Peretz Hirschbein, directed by David Herskovits, Abrons Arts Center (2013)
  • Beyond The Pale Lab, The Brick (2012)
  • Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov, directed by David Herskovits, HERE (2012)
  • 0,2012 The Last Futurist Lab The Bushwick Starr (2012)
  • The Tempest by William Shakespeare, directed by David Herskovits, HERE (2011)
  • Second Language by Target Margin Theater, directed by David Herskovits, The Chocolate Factory (2011)
  • TargetMargin-ology Lab, The Brick (2010)
  • The Really Big Once by Target Margin Theater, directed by David Herskovits, The Ontological Theater at St. Mark’s Church (2010)
  • The Unknown Williams Lab, The Bushwick Starr (2010)
  • The Theater of Tomorrow Lab including A Family of Perhaps Three by Gertrude Stein, directed by David Herskovits, The Chocolate Factory (2009)
  • Ten Blocks on the Camino Real by Tennessee Williams, directed by David Herskovits, The Ohio Theater (2009)
  • Old Comedy from Aristophanes’ Frogs, adapted by David Greenspan, directed by David Herskovits, Classic Stage Company (2008)
  • Revivals of The Argument, Dinner Party and As Yet Thou Art Young and Rash, Theater Three (2008)
  • The Aristophanic Laboratory, HERE (2007)
  • The Argument by David Greenspan (based on Aristotle’s Poetics and the essays of Gerald F. Else) and Dinner Party by Target Margin Theater (after Plato’s Symposium), both directed by David Herskovits, The Kitchen (2007)
  • “On the Greeks” including As Yet Thou Art Young and Rash by Target Margin Theater (after Euripedes’ Suppliants), directed by David Herskovits and The Hellenic Laboratory including Women of Trachis by Kate E. Ryan, directed by Alice Reagan, The Ohio Theater (2007)
  • Faust, Parts I & II by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, translated by Douglas Langworthy, directed by David Herskovits, Classic Stage Company (2006)
  • Helena by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, translated by Douglas Langworthy, directed by David Herskovits, The Ohio Theater (2005)
  • Faust in Love (Goethe’s Faust 1.2), translated by Douglas Langworthy, directed by David Herskovits, The Abingdon Theater (2005)
  • People are Wrong! by Julia Greenberg & Robin Goldwasser, directed by David Herskovits, Vineyard Theatre (2004)
  • The Mystery of the Charity of Joan of Arc by Charles Péguy, translated by Julian Green, directed by David Herskovits, HERE (2004)
  • These Very Serious Jokes based on Goethe’s Faust, translated by Douglas Langworthy, directed by David Herskovits, HERE (2004)
  • Revival of The Sandman, The Connelly Theater (2003)
  • The Sandman based on the story by E.T.A. Hoffman, libretto by Douglas Langworthy & David Herskovits, music by Thomas Cabaniss, directed by David Herskovits, The Connelly Theater (2002)
  • Operatic Era Laboratory, Flamboyan Theater, Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Center (2002)
  • Crazy Day, or The Marriage of Figaro by Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, directed by David Herskovits, The Ohio Theatre (2001)
  • Dido, Queen of Carthage by Christopher Marlowe, directed by David Herskovits, The Ohio Theater (2001)
  • Tamburlaine – The Target Margin Laboratory, The Theatorium (2001)
  • The 5 Hysterical Girls Theorem by Rinne Groff, directed by David Herskovits, The Connelly Theater (2000)
  • Some Assembly Required Laboratory, The Theatorium (2000)
  • Tulpa by Todd Alcott, directed by David Herskovits, HERE (1999)
  • The Seagull by Anton Chekhov, directed by David Herskovits, The Ohio Theater (1999)
  • Measure for Measure by William Shakespeare, directed by David Herskovits, The Connelly Theater (1998)
  • What Is a Laboratory?, NADA (1998)
  • Mamba’s Daughters by Dorothy & DuBose Heyward, directed by David Herskovits, HERE (1998)
  • Strictly Dishonorable by Preston Sturges, directed by David Herskovits, The Vineyard Theatre (1997)
  • South by Julian Green, directed by David Herskovits, HERE (1997)
  • Mother Courage by Bertolt Brecht, translated by Ralph Manheim, directed by David Herskovits, The Ontological Theater at St. Mark’s Church (1996)
  • The Blizzard Festival including Cymbeline by William Shakespeare, directed by David Herskovits and The Nutcracker (The Play) based on the story by E.T.A. Hoffman, adapted by David Herskovits and Douglas Langworthy, directed by David Herskovits, NADA (1995)
  • Young Goodman Brown based on the story by Nathaniel Hawthorne, libretto by Richard Foreman, music by Phillip Johnston, directed by David Herskovits, La MaMa (1995)
  • India Song by Marguerite Duras, directed by David Herskovits, The Ontological Theater at St. Mark’s Church (1994)
  • Six Scenes: A Barracks Brawl by Michael Brodsky, directed by David Herskovits, The Ontological Theater at St. Mark’s Church (1994)
  • Objects Lie on a Table by Gertrude Stein, directed by David Herskovits, La MaMa (1994)
  • Hamlet by William Shakespeare, directed by David Herskovits, NADA (1993)
  • Medea by Hans Henny Jahnn, translated by Douglas Langworthy, directed by David Herskovits, The Ontological Theater at St. Mark’s Church (1993)
  • Little Eyolf by Henrik Ibsen, translated by Rolf Fjelde, directed by David Herskovits, The Ontological Theater at St. Mark’s Church (1992)
  • Egypt (a shortened version of Antony & Cleopatra) by William Shakespeare, directed by David Herskovits, La MaMa (1992)
  • Titus Andronicus by William Shakespeare, directed by David Herskovits, NADA (1991)


Keep in touch
Enter your email address to sign up for our e-Newsletter here: