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Last Rites of Summer

Last Friday Night
Summer Film on the Haywall!
August 29 at sunset
Leo McCarey's
Duck Soup
Featuring the Marx Brothers
Sponsored by the Silas Marder Gallery at Marders
120 Snake Hollow Rd, Bridgehampton NY
631.702.2306 or

Best New Play, Philadelphia Weekly!

WINNER, Fringe First Award, Edinburgh Fringe Festival!

"Simply breathtaking." -The Scotsman "Absorbing and humane, performed with a confidence
beyond the actors' years."

Officially launching our fall season, Culture Project is proud to
present the off-Broadway debut of Temple University's acclaimed
production of IN CONFLICT!

Performances begin September 18 at the Barrow Street Theater
(27 Barrow Street, in the heart of the West Village).

Tickets only $35!
Plus two other ways to save!
$25 for preview tickets (September 18 - 23)

A special $15 student rate, available online,

by phone, and at the box office!

Click HERE or call 212-352-3101 to buy your tickets now!

Based on Yvonne Latty's acclaimed 2006 book of the same name, and adapted and directed by three-time Helen Hayes Award-winner Douglas C. Wager, In Conflict captures the unheard voices and unpredictable experiences of seventeen Iraq War veterans whose lives have been changed forever.

Following Culture Project's critically acclaimed production of George Packer's Betrayed, In Conflict explores the Iraq War from the American perspective and asks a different set of questions. What is the nature of patriotism and service in today's America? Why is their re-assimilation process so brutal? Why are these young soldiers essentially disenfranchised from the political process of war? And who is - or should be - held accountable?

Learn more about the play and read the company blog.

Special Post-Performance Conversations

Tuesday, Sept. 23 - Yvonne Latty and James McBride:
The Legacy of African Americans Vets

In Conflict author Yvonne Latty and James McBride, author of The Miracle at St. Anna (and forthcoming film by Spike Lee), will share the stage to discuss African Americans in the military, and how the legacy of Black veterans of WWII still relates to soldiers of color today.

Tuesday, Sept. 30 - Fighting to Exist: Don't Ask, Don't Tell
Jen Hogg of Servicewomen's Action Network and Iraq Veterans Against the War moderates a panel to explore the misconceptions around the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, and how it affects the lives of gay and lesbian service members.

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