Evan Deluty  |  George Lewis Jr.  |   Little Seer Productions presents

a new play by Mat Schaffer   |   directed by Myriam Cyr


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Three Time Tony Nominee and Theatre Hall of Fame Inductee
Brian Murray
with Anthony J. Goes & Vanessa Britting


Performances begin July 6

Running for 4 Weeks Only!







Please arrive promptly as late seating is at the discretion of house management.
All ticket sales are final.


Simon Says Rush Policy!

Beginning July 8th, a limited number of $20 seats will be available for the same day’s performance .
Tickets must be purchased at The Lynn Redgrave Theater box office, starting 90 minutes before showtime.   Tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis to patrons under the age of 30 or over the age of 65, with valid ID.


Limit 2 per patron, subject to availability.




Culture Project is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.



Additional support provided by Axe Houghton Foundation & the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature


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What’s Happening at Culture Project




What Our Audience is Saying

  • Susan L.


    – New York, New York.

    We saw “The Exonerated” today and it was quite compelling. The stories are all true (literally verbatim from interviews) and the actors gave a *superb* performance. The show has been extended until December 2 and I really recommend it.

  • Dave F.


     – Brooklyn NY

    Simply put, I don’t think any other theater company in the city does work that is as timely, relevant, and important as the work that Culture Project put on time and time again.  They continue to amplify marginalized voices, bring issues to the forefront, and raise the level of dialogue on today’s important issues, through exciting theater, debates, film etc.

    If you like a nice mix of politics and art, if you like to consume and be entertained and be given something to think about for days after, then check out Culture Project. I’m so glad they’re back on Bleeker Street where they belong.