Culture Project to Launch Political Series, Blueprint for Accountability

News   Culture Project to Launch Political Series, Blueprint for Accountability
 
Working the Dark Side will be the inaugural presentation of the Culture Project's new monthly political series, Blueprint for Accountability, which will launch May 31 at the Times Center.

Created and directed by Tony winner Fisher Stevens, the first installment will feature MSNBC political anchor and Rhodes Scholar Rachel Maddow as the evening's host.

Working the Dark Side asks, "How should we hold our previous administration accountable for their disregard of the Rule of Law and the Constitution? What role does moral energy play in how we relate to other countries in the world?"

The 7 PM evening will welcome Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ron Suskind, human rights attorney Vincent Warren and U.S. Department of Energy director of intelligence and counterintelligence, Rolf Mowatt-Larssen.

The multimedia presentation will feature actors Julianna Margulies, Noah Emmerich, Manu Narayan, Clara Govinden and Ramsey Faragallah, who will bring to life excerpts from Suskind's work, as well as the writings of Seymour Hersh and Jane Mayer.

Forthcoming topics for Blueprint include economic injustice, human trafficking, Hurricane Katrina and corporate media. Tickets, priced $30-$75, are available by phoning (212) 352-3101, or by visiting CultureProject. The Times Center is located at 242 West 41st Street in Manhattan.

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