Target Margin Theater presents a radical approach to Eugene O'Neill's 'The Iceman Cometh,' with a quartet of artists each tackling a separate act of the play. More…
Audiences can see each act separately, or all four together as a unified whole.
Iceman Act I by Julia Sirna-Frest: Harry Hope’s saloon is turned upside-down as an all-out O’Neill sing-along song cycle. All 17 characters get chances to shine on stage.
Iceman Act II by Yuris Skujins: Act II turns the stage into a birthday celebration for Harry Hope and the delirious booze-soaked souls that fill his bar.
Iceman Act III by Katie Rose McLaughlin: Six female dancers play O’Neill’s 14 barflies in a highly choreographed study of existential dread, rising to the occasion and falling back down again.
Iceman Act IV by Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew: An audio and live-action puppetry animation journey into the sobering minds of the wax figures who were once proud and ambivalent drunks at Harry Hope’s bar.
See it if You love O'Neill, intense ensemble drama, and experimental renderings to f classics.
Don't see it if You are a purist and want your classics done classically.