Dirty Laundry: Loads of Prose

Presented by Wash and Dry Productions

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Volume 33: EVERY FOLD MATTERS

10th Anniversary Celebration of Dirty Laundry: Loads of Prose

Thursday thru Saturday — February 12, 13, 14, 2015 — 8:30pm — at New Lucky Laundromat, 323 Lafayette Ave at Grand Ave, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn (Transportation: G Train to Washington Ave or Classon Ave)

Limited Seating, for reservations email everyfoldmatters@gmail.com. Please include your name, night you wish to attend, number in party, and phone number. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.

It’s a personal thing, if you think about it, like opening up someone else’s closet, someone who you don’t know… seeing what’s inside…l you can tell someone’s story just by what they’ve worn.

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The performances are supported by the Brooklyn Arts Council and individual donations.

What is Dirty Laundry?

This project is made possible in part with public funds from the Fund for Creative Communities and the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs and NYSCA, administered through the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

"You always leave something in the laundromat."
Jonathan Baumbach, author, You

"I enjoy a venue where you are reading to the not already converted."
Marie Ponsot, poet

"Unusual venues are good ideas...they integrate reading into the real world."
Roy Blount, Jr., author of Alphabet Juice.

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  • Emily Rubin - Producer
  • Caroline Dworin - Illustrator