NYTIMES CRITIC'S PICK!
"A Dickensian dystopia filtered through the skewed aesthetics of Tim Burton...SKINNAMARINK proudly flies a purely theatrical freak flag." - Elisabeth Vincentelli
4 STARS TIME OUT NEW YORK / CRITIC'S PICK!
"Little Lord tends to make the kind of seeming silliness that worms into your brain and comes out to play long after recess is over. In the years since its founding in 2007, Little Lord has managed to keep an admirable level of terroristic mayhem in its work—a zany overmuchness that experimental theater needs like oxygen." - Helen Shaw
Thanks to the generous support of 168 backers, Little Lord's Kickstarter for SKINNAMARINK pulled in 112% of our goal! Skinnamarink-y dink-y dink, Skinnamarink-y do, WE LOVE OUR BACKERS! Check out the funded project page below, and remember: it's never too late to support! (And thanks so much to Kickstarter for making us a "Project We Love!")
NYTW's 2018-19 NEXT DOOR SEASON ANNOUNCED!
"Little Lord’s Skinnamarink (March 8-23, 2019), a new play based on “McGuffey’s Eclectic Readers,” which were a series of 19th-century American schoolbooks that taught generations how to read, think, and behave. Michael Levinton will direct."
TARGET MARGIN'S 2018-19 SEASON ANNOUNCED!
"Also part of its 2018–2019 season, the company will debut a new programming initiative, Target Margin Presents. The series, curated by Herskovits and Yousuf, provides performance space to artists who share the Target Margin’s aesthetic and embrace its mission. The lineup includes Little Lord’s The Peanut Butter Show (October 1–5)."
DRAMA LEAGUE 2018 IMPACT RESIDENCY
"The IMPACT RESIDENCY is the only program in North America that exclusively supports directors whose work takes place inside the frame of an ensemble company, using a devised methodology to create new works for the stage."
TARGET MARGIN INAUGURAL ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
"Target Margin supports artists at all stages of their careers, and now their new home allows them to build that dimension of their work in an exciting way. Each residency is shaped to meet the specific needs of each artist."