Dirty Laundry: Loads of Prose

Presented by Wash and Dry Productions

Volume 31: EVERY FOLD MATTERS

Brooklyn Lit Crawl and Wash & Dry Productions present
Dirty Laundry: Loads of Prose/EVERY FOLD MATTERS

Saturday, May 17, 2014, 5–5:45 p.m.
at the Atlantis Superwash, 472 Atlantic Avenue at Nevins Street in Brooklyn
Subway: 2,3,4,5 at Nevins or Atlantic Ave or D,N, R at Atlantic Ave

Written and directed by Lizzie Olesker and Lynne Sachs. Performed by Rosemary Fine and Veraalba Santa.  A multi-layered performance that explores the personal, often hidden experience of doing laundry among the washers, dryers and folding tables of a working laundromat. Produced by Emily Rubin.

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This event is part of the Brooklyn Lit Crawl — check out the events that day at litcrawl.org/nyc/

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.

Read All About Dirty Laundry

  • Emily Rubin - Producer
  • Caroline Dworin - Illustrator