Our Women Center Stage festival returns for the entire month of March at The Living Theatre in Manhattan's Lower East Side. Featuring more than 40 performances by established and rising women artists, this year's lineup includes a weekend of director-driven short pieces attempting to answer the question, "What is political theater?"; a tribute to anarchist theater legend Judith Malina; an autobiographical musical by Scottish singer-songwriter Angela McCluskey; a new play by up-and-coming playwright and director Calla Videt; and many, many more.

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2011

Culture Project and Mondoweiss present

Blueprint for Accountability: 
Gaza, Goldstone and the Crisis of Impunity

moderated by Laura Flanders
with special guest Trudie Styler

with Naomi Klein, 
Col. Desmond Travers, 
Noura Erakat, 
and Lizzy Ratner

When the Goldstone Report was released in September 2009, it quickly became the report heard round the world. The United Nations Human Rights Council investigation of the 2008-09 Gaza conflict shook the international community with its unflinching look at the outrages unleashed on a captive population, and it deeply rattled Israel with its call for accountability for war crimes committed by both Israel and Hamas. On May 19th, 2011 a distinguished panel of experts gathered, including a co-author of the report, to discuss the fallout of Goldstone's Op-Ed and the ongoing need for accountability for the crimes of Operation Cast Lead. More than 18 months after it was released, the Goldstone Report remains as critical as ever.

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2011

Culture Project proudly announces the

2011 Producers’ Weekend

Celebrating our 15th Anniversary

Hosts:
Julian Schnabel
Trudie Styler and Sting

A benefit celebrating Culture Project’s 15th Anniversary

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2011

Miral

film screening of Julian Schnabel's new film

A drama centered on an orphaned Palestinian girl growing up in the wake of Arab-Israeli war who finds herself drawn into the conflict. Directed by Julian Schnabel, written by Rula Jebreal (scenario), based on the novel by Rula Jebreal, starring Freida Pinto, Hiam Abbass and Willem Dafoe.

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