Women Center Stage Tickets

Culture Project presents WOMEN CENTER STAGE at The Living Theatre (21 Clinton Street). ONE STAGE. 29 DAYS. 33 PERFORMANCES. 40 ARTISTS.

Daphne Rubin-Vega FUQs: FREQUENTLY UNANSWERED QUESTIONS
Written by Daphne Rubin-Vega with Winter Miller, Directed by John Gould Rubin A ...

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Culture Project presents WOMEN CENTER STAGE at The Living Theatre (21 Clinton Street). ONE STAGE. 29 DAYS. 33 PERFORMANCES. 40 ARTISTS.

Daphne Rubin-Vega FUQs: FREQUENTLY UNANSWERED QUESTIONS
Written by Daphne Rubin-Vega with Winter Miller, Directed by John Gould Rubin A rock and roll infused odyssey about the bonds of a family separated not just by the Gulf of the Caribbean, but by an even wider gulf--unspoken love and longing--and the loneliness of being the last one standing.

Angela McCluskey
CATCH A FALLING STAR

Written and Performed by Angela McCluskey, with Ian Buchanan and Paul Cantelon Hailed by Vanity Fair as a "chortling, cussing, room-dominating force of nature," Scottish singer & songwriter Angela McCluskey performs her new autobiographical musical, featuring Ian Buchanan (Nip/Tuck), and film composer Paul Cantelon (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, W)

Judith Malina
TRIBUTE TO JUDITH MALINA
The Living Theatre Ensemble
Judith Malina's revolutionary career with The Living Theatre has spanned six decades, traversed the globe and inspired generations of political theater artists. Members of the ensemble--aged 7 to 70--host an evening of performances and stories from Malina's history.

Jane Bussmann
BUSSMANN'S HOLIDAY: THE WORST DATE EVER
Written and Performed by Jane Bussmann
A darkly hysterical true story of quitting Hollywood celebrities for Ugandan war criminals. The Guardian called it "one of the most passionate, smart, hilarious hours on the Fringe, packed with so many brilliant one-liners it's impossible to stop laughing, even as your brain buzzes with fury at the tale she relates."

Calla Videt
HOLD MUSIC
Written by Calla Videt and Benjamin Sampson, Directed by Calla Videt A symphonic story about the way people listen to each other and to the world around them, HOLD MUSIC takes us on a journey into the musical world of speech and memory, language and thought. Why and how does music make us feel? How do things get stuck in our head?

Leila Buck
IN THE CROSSING
Written and Performed by Leila Buck Leila and her husband have been invited by his aunt Joan to share their experiences in Lebanon during the 2006 Israeli-Hezbollah War at an intercultural conference. But as the evening unfolds in unexpected ways, the biggest conflict this family must face is the one between them.

DIRECTORS WEEKEND
Over one weekend, in a series of 15 minute pieces, 16 female directors will answer the question "What is political theater?" With Kathleen Amshoff, Suzana Berger, Mallory Catlett, Mikhael Garver, Noelle Ghoussaini, Jessi Hill, Rebecca Holderness, Alicia Dhyana House, Anna Jones, Sarah Rasmussen, Alice Reagan, Colette Robert, Mia Rovegno, Tina Satter, Gaye Taylor Upchurch, and Nicole Watson.

Monica Hunken
THE WILD FINISH
Written and Performed by Monica Hunken
Follow your bewildered hostess, Monica, through her bicycle journey across Poland in search of the man who haunts her--a man of power, genius, fame and violence--her grandfather.

Chelsea M. Gregory
THE 6 PROJECT
Written, Choreographed and Performed by Chelsea M. Gregory, Directed by Ira-Sharay Kip
After a series of racial conflicts between students in Jena, Louisiana, some sought reconciliation while others protested on MLK Day. Portraying a range of perspectives, including her own experience growing up in the Deep South, Chelsea M. Gregory explores race and identity through dance, poetry and documentary theatre.

Venue

The Living Theatre

21 Clinton Street (just below Houston St at Ave B) New York, NY