TARGET MARGIN'S

THE DOXSEE THEATER

Target Margin Theater provides space for all artists to gather + engage in their creative / cultural practices. They are dedicated to expanding the supply of affordable theater and studio space for artists working in New York City.

Location

232 52nd Street, Brooklyn, NY 11220

Near the waterfront side of Sunset Park

R Train to 53rd St.

N train to 59th St.

Ferry to Sunset Park

B11 Bus

Target Margin Theater was founded in 1991 by David Herskovits on the principle that works of art return us to real truths more powerfully by their divergence from a strict illustration of reality. Through classic and contemporary texts, we seek continuously to expand our conception of what can take place in a theater. For over 25 seasons, we have created aggressively re-imagined versions of classics and new creations inspired by existing sources. Difference is the generative principle of everything we do. When we program we gravitate toward plays or other literary material that is different from us; either it is from another cultural or historical context, or it is strange in language or content, or it is formally adventurous and challenges our received ideas about what a play is. This often means aggressively poetic writing like Gertrude Stein and Shakespeare; or music-theater or opera; or adaptations of non-dramatic sources. We hope that everything we do creates a different answer to the question, ‘what is a play?’

For more info on Target Margin Theater, please visit targetmargin.org.

The Exponential Festival is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC), and producers Charles and Candace Wait.

  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black Twitter Icon
  • Black Instagram Icon

© 2018 by The Exponential Festival.

Art by Mark Toneff.