Part of FringeNYC: A civil war is unfolding today within the intelligence world, and David J Goldberg finds himself caught in the middle. With the help of disgruntled insiders, Goldberg tries to sabotage a rouge entrapment program by going public with his story. More…
Categories: Solo Show, Performance Art, Local. From Beloved Mountain Productions. Written by David J Goldberg. Directed by Conrad Kluck.
"Evocative and thought-provoking, ‘Target Goldberg’ will force you to question how power operates in the world…The power of 'Target Goldberg' is in its coherent internal logic…Balancing heavy material with funny, self-aware lines, 'Target Goldberg' plays with the expectations of the audience…'Target Goldberg' is smart and convincing, and engages in an important narrative." Full Review
for a previous production "'Goldberg' plays his 'role' with modesty and charm...If the universe(s) is engaged in a Manichean struggle between good and evil, I for one appreciate getting the facts. I am somewhat mortified, however, to learn that being hapless or uninteresting is no longer a bar to being spied upon. If this concerns you, or interests you, or if you just want to have a good time, see this show." Full Review
for a previous production "From a technical acting perspective, Goldberg’s story has a fine amount of texture to it...As an actor, Goldberg obviously has talent, especially for psychological realism...I can’t say the same for the writing...I was left disappointed by the pointedly unpointed ending...It left me wanting too much. Even so, 'Target Goldberg' is a well-acted work with a clever premise that exceeded my expectations." Full Review
See it if You liked PRIVACY or wish you'd seen it or if you like intelligent and funny conspiracy theory pieces. Strong and engaging piece!
Don't see it if If don't like solid one man shows a la Spalding Grey or you are unable to turn off your cell. It's required. Just see this!
See it if you enjoy great acting, an original thought-provoking script, and aren't afraid to let the lines of reality blur a little.
Don't see it if you don't want to think about the scary issues of power and information security. This piece makes you consider "otherwise unwanted ideas."
See it if Anyone who has ever wondered anything? Questioned anything? Dreamt or seen something that did not make sense, so or simply seeks info, SEEEE
Don't see it if If are 150% and have bad taste no interest in being engaged , laughing, learning, or doing anything growth worthy....
See it if You enjoy mysteries and the big questions. See this show if you are speculative and logical, and want to be entertained. Expand your mind!
Don't see it if You don't like to laugh, can't handle new information, are easily spooked, find innovative performance difficult to watch, if you're boring.
See it if You enjoy suspense dramas like Three Days of the Condor or Francis Ford Coppola's The Conversation. Or if you feel saturated by information!
Don't see it if You don't want to see a show where a guy talks to the audience for 70 minutes no matter now great he is.
See it if You're interested in futurism, media culture, or technology, or if you want to see a really sophisticated, nuanced comic performance.
Don't see it if You find politics thrillers boring or you hate the idea of theater where the lines between fiction and reality are unclear.
See it if you have ever felt frustrated about state of the world. You won't get solutions here-probably the opposite-but you'll feel much less alone.
Don't see it if you don't like language driven solo shows. He's a master with the word. But if you don't like words, you won't like this show.