Café de la Culture | A NON FOR PROFIT THEATER PRODUCTION COMPANY
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    THE HALLOWEEN JOURNEY

  • ESSENTIAL STORIES PROJECT

  • THE ALCHEMY OF IMPERFECTION

  • Courageous Vulnerability “TED TALKS MEETS VAGINA MONOLOGUES”

  • Global Women Conference Panel

  • How Can We Teach Future Generations About Gender?

  • Scientists and Poets: What is it to be Human?

    What is it to be Human?

  • How Can Men Support Women to Speak Up and Be Seen?

Literary Salons

Café de la Culture Literary Salons showcase relevant, cross-disciplinary topics and themes and explore how diverse ideas can connect . The format is varied and ranges from one speaker, to round tables discussions, to a full conference panel, as well as evening get-togethers. As they take in the program, attendees and speakers from vastly different fields, cultures and generations can cross-fertilize and draw inspiration from unlikely places. This is the magic of Café de la Culture.

Cafe de la Culture: The Venue for Visionaries


Meet the Director

Cara

Director/Producer Biography

Cara Cruickshank is a Brazilian/American living in France. As a woman living in 3 cultures, she has a first-hand, intersectional view on cross-cultural themes relevant to modern women.

She began her professional career in theatre at age 10 on Broadway in the musical Les Misérables, along with multiple singing performances at The United Nations General Assembly. She has independently produced, directed and choreographed over 60 independent productions in the U.S. and abroad (including Turkey, France and Brazil), focused on diversity and women’s empowerment. Her performances have been consistently celebrity and media acclaimed. Cara founded Café de la Culture in 2011 to promote diversity, arts and community conversations. She recently showcased her original, ensemble theater play, The Alchemy of Imperfection, in Paris, France with standing ovations, encores and media acclaim. Since then, she has toured this multimedia production across the U.S., alongside a panel discussion on the topic: “Courageous Vulnerability: How Can Men Support Women to Speak Up and Be Seen?” in honor of #MeToo and #TimesUp.  Each event is locally cast and curated with artists, activists, academics and experts from a wide range of cultural backgrounds.  Launching with sold-out performances in Los Angeles and Boulder, the event has most recently been presented in Denver, San Francisco and Portland with rave audience reviews. Café de la Culture is now booking performances nationally in the U.S. for the coming seasons.

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Marketing with Café de la Culture

Café de la Culture Visionaries are smart and passionate —ready to learn, share and take action. Join our diverse community of speakers, attendees, viewers and more to find a place where your company, corporation or foundation can thrive.

Giving to Café de la Culture

Supporting Café de la Culture through philanthropic giving will help increase the impact of projects and events, expose grantees to Café de la Culture conferences and community, Contributions to café de la Culture are tax deductible.

Bring Café de la Culture to Your Audience

We tailor Café de la Culture events to a wide range of venues –from low-tech to high-tech –for worldwide impact. Bring Café de la Culture to your unique audience and further our mission to spread ideas.


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