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January 2014
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New Attitudes, No Cost
Three new plays by Crystal Skillman, Staceyann Chin & Alaudin Ullah

Crystal Skillman's
4 Edges
Friday, January 24

A Staged Reading
Directed by Jason Rost
In Crystal Skillman's new play an outsider stumbles into a foreign land in search of the perfect photograph, but ambition draws her dangerously deep into the lives of her subjects when she participates in a ritual that exposes her own desires.

Staceyann Chin's
Changing Station

Monday, February 24th



A Solo Performance

Written & Performed by
Staceyann Chin


This new one-woman show follows award-winning poet and stage veteran Staceyann Chin (Border/Clash) on her personal journey to motherhood as a single woman, lesbian and activist without stable finances or health insurance but with the burning desire to have a child.





Aladdin Ullah's

Dishwasher Dreams

Monday, March 10th



A Solo Performance
Written & Performed by Alaudin Ullah

Tabla Accompanist - Avirodh Sharma

Directed by Chay Yew


Auditioning to play a terrorist in a major Hollywood movie may be stand-up comedian Aladdin's big break. As he prepares for his audition, he finds himself thinking back on his deceased father, who left Bangladesh for a better life in New York, and his parents' futile attempts to raise him Muslim in Spanish Harlem. Accompanied by the tabla, Aladdin takes us on a hilarious and moving journey about art, immigration, family, the Yankees and the nature of the American dream.  



All readings are free and open to the public on a first-come first-serve basis.  No RSVP necessary. All performances take place at the Lynn Redgrave Theater at 45 Bleecker Street.


Subway Directions: 6 to Bleecker, BDFM to Broadway Lafayette


Questions may be directed to  

Artistic Associate Alex Mallory at alex@cultureproject.org.   


From Our Friends at The Public Theater:




Now - January 19


Under the Radar is The Public's annual festival of new theater from around the world and US, featuring artists re-imagining performance for our time. This festival offers a crash course in theater that is exciting, independent, and experimental, created by some of the most dynamic artists working today.


Visit undertheradarfestival.com for the full line-up and schedule. 

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