2015

CULTURE PROJECT & ROSIE O'DONNELL present

MotherStruck

Written & Performed by Staceyann Chin

Directed by Cynthia Nixon

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2015

Presented by CULTURE PROJECT

NIRBHAYA

Written & Directed by Yaël Farber

April 16th - May 17th, 2015

"WE ARE NOT JUST WATCHING; WE ARE BEARING WITNESS."
- Guardian

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The Lynn Redgrave Theater | 45 Bleecker Street (at Lafayette)

Order tickets by phone: 866-811-4111
Reg: $30.00 - $89.50

2015

Can Do Duck

"HEART-WARMING, INSPIRING, AND ENTERTAINING!"
-Psychologist and mom of a seven year old
Can Do Duck: The Musical! is a positive motivational musical for children and families about believing in yourself and saying “I can!" The musical follows the story of two families, a human family and a duck family, as they learn to try new things, work as a team and learn to love and accept each other even with their individual differences. The musical is based on the successful children’s book series The Can Do Duck that has positively influenced and helped people overcome challenges all over the world. Perfect for ages three to eleven! Visit candoduckthemusical.com. Located at 45 Bleecker St, NYC, NY 10012

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45 Bleecker Street, NYC, NY 10012

Order tickets by phone: 866-811-4111
Adult: $40; Child: $30; Group Rate: $10-15; Children under 2 are free

2015

Presented at Culture Project

The Lion

Called “an irresistible winner… deeply moving” by the Daily News, The Lion is Benjamin Scheuer’s raw, true story of love, loss, family loyalty, and the redemptive power of music. From his complicated relationship with his father, to beating Hodgkins Lymphoma at 29 years old, The Lion is an uplifting, inspiring coming-of-age story at its finest from a songwriter who, according to the New York Times, “gets to the heart of the matter." Performances begin February 3, 2014 at the Lynn Redgrave Theater, located at 45 Bleecker St, NYC, NY 10012

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45 Bleecker Street, NYC, NY 10012

Order tickets by phone: 866-811-4111
Reg: $26.25-75.00

2015

Presented at Culture Project

My Name Is Rachel Corrie

“Extraordinary power…funny, passionate, bristling with idealism and luminously intelligent.”
Time Out (London)
“An impassioned eulogy…it’s hard not to be impressed – and also somewhat frightened – by the description of her as a two-year-old looking across Capital Lake in Washington State and announcing, ‘This is the wide world, and I’m coming to it.’”
The New York Times
Taken from the writings of Rachel Corrie, Edited by Alan Rickman & Katharine Viner Directed by Jonathan Kane On March 16, 2003, Rachel Corrie, a twenty-three-year-old American, was killed in Gaza as she was trying to prevent the demolition of a Palestinian home. MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE is a one-woman play composed from Rachel’s own journals, letters and emails – creating a portrait of a messy, articulate, Salvador Dali-loving chain-smoker (with a passion for the music of Pat Benatar), who left her home and school in Olympia, Washington, to work as an activist in the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In the three sold-out London runs since it’s Royal Court premiere, the piece has been surrounded by both controversy and impassioned proponents, and has raised an unprecedented call to support political work and the difficult discourse it creates.

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45 Bleecker Street, NYC, NY 10012

Order tickets by phone: 866-811-4111
Reg: $25-70