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Thank you Broadway World for sharing our show with the Broadway fans & community! We had a lovely time on The Acorn Stage at Theatre Row on 42nd Street in NYC.

Here’s the full link to the article below:  https://www.broadwayworld.com/off-broadway/article/New-Mixed-Media-Play-THE-CULTURE-OF-NOW-Makes-Off-Broadway-Premiere-20180918

Link to the first The Culture Of Now article on BroadwayWorld.com article:  https://www.broadwayworld.com/off-off-broadway/article/THE-CULTURE-OF-NOW-Makes-World-Premiere-at-Dixon-Place-20180821 

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September 12, 2018, New York, NY – After a sold out, standing room only show at Dixon Place on September 8th, The Culture Of Now was chosen as a special presentation for NYNW Theatre Festival 2018! 

Show Details: 

Thursday, September 20, 2018 @ 8:30pm

at Theatre Row’s Acorn Theatre

For More Information:

TheCultureOfNow@gmail.com

New York New Works Theatre Festival: 

www.nynwtheatrefestival.com

About: The New York New Works Theatre Festival is a celebration of the arts where Broadway Producers and industry leaders come together to support the work of playwrights.

Each night will host a variety of short performances where a panel of Broadway’s producers and industry leaders make up a panelist of judges for the event, leading up to a finalist night on September 22nd.

Four seasons have boasted a roster of works that include Broadway revivals, Emmy Award winners, notable names and playwrights just beginning their journeys. The 2018 season boasts two Tony Award winners, a performance to include some of Broadway’s brightest female stars as a tribute to the work of women in our industry, and the work of some wonderful new playwrights!

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September 8, 2018, New York, NY – Dixon Place Theater proudly announces the world premiere of “The Culture of Now”, a multi-disciplinary drama navigating the clash of familial and culture values. This one-night-only performance epitomizes what setting prices says about people’s values.

The main characters, Sophie and Joanne, always got along until they decided to host a charity auction together.  Now they must confront their views on race, class, gender, and nationality as Sophie’s father, a local politician, tries to shut them down.  In the process they realize that setting a price for artwork reveals more about their own values than the value of what is on a canvas.

About Our Cast:
http://dixonplace.org/performances/the-culture-of-now/

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