PROLOGUE TO PROGRESS:

TWO WEEK SERIES FEATURING INTERNATIONAL THEATER ARTISTS, MUSICIANS, AND ACTIVISTS

Sunday October 1 – Sunday October 15

 

Prologue to Progress will be featuring music, performance, and roundtable discussion with work curated by over a dozen international theater artists, musicians, and activists from Sunday October 1 – Sunday October 15. Prologue to Progress marks a new era for Culture Project by welcoming the public into its new home at the historic Saint Mary Church on the Lower East Side, and celebrating Culture Project’s reinvigorated mission to amplify marginalized voices, champion new and timely work, and speak to today’s most pressing issues.

 

Prologue to Progress presents work aligned with Culture Project’s mission to inspire social change and progress through innovative collaboration amongst artists, activists, and advocates. Featured artists include Angela McCluskey, Paul Cantelon, Kristin Norderval, Nicole Ansari, Shahrokh Moshkin Ghalam, Kathleen Turner, RUDRA, Stephen Bright, GQ, Tyrone Taylor, Maybe Burke, Tom Tsai, Angela Polite, and Thank You for Coming Out. Prologue to Progress kicks off on Sunday October 1 with I AM ANTIGONE, a contemporary retelling of Sophocles’ Antigone written by poet Saudamini Siegrist and directed by award-winning writer and director Myriam Cyr. It will be followed by a performance of Rob Urbinati’s REBEL VOICES: Stories, Speeches, and Songs of Resistance, based on Howard Zinn’s “Voices of A People’s History of the United States,” an evening with the International Human Rights Arts Festival, and more.

Tickets for all events are $25. Purchase tickets online at here or by phone at 212-925-1806 weekdays from 11am-6pm. For more information, check out our flyer:

 

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