World of Culture

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World of Culture for Performing Arts, Inc. is a non-profit organization established in the United States in 1994 to help facilitate international performance of art. It was founded by Mark Hall Amitin, originally under the name World of Culture, Ltd.. Dr. Amitin, who also performs other roles in entertainment and academia, such as managing, producing, casting, directing, coaching/teaching and acting, has drawn upon his international network to help facilitate the goals of World of Culture.

History

In 1983, Amitin founded the World of Culture, Ltd. (later the non-profit World of Culture for Performing Arts, Inc.) in order to represent theatrical groups and individual film, television, and theatre actors, writers, designers, and directors, and to establish a network that would facilitate touring and performing worldwide.

The World of Culture web site is: www.worldofculture.org.

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