by Jason Stuart

directed by Michael Chamberlin

Photo of Dana Berger by Michelle Enfield. 

WASHING MACHINE- 'Laundromat Death Baffles Town'- The Washington Post. Inspired by the traumatic and mysterious true story of a 5 year old girl who drowned inside a Laundromat washing machine, playwright Jason Stuart and director Michael Chamberlin expand her final moments of breath as she hallucinates as to who is responsible for her death. Taking place entirely inside the washing machine, the girl transforms into various characters as the different wash cycles change. Performances June 22- July 7, 2007 @ The Chocolate Factory. WASHING MACHINE is the inaguaral production of 'Fist in the Pocket'- a bold new theatre company developing work that is fierce, funny, visceral and elegant. We brew live performances that are a mixture of the traditional and the bizarre. Crafting gritty & humorous observations of outcasts and misfits in sublime situations of hilarity and heartache is our thrust. We intensely explore passionate examinations of loneliness, isolation and merriment through the intimacy of performance and impeccable design.


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 6/25/2007 at 8:00pm
 6/29/2007 at 8:00pm
 6/30/2007 at 8:00pm
 7/2/2007 at 8:00pm
 7/6/2007 at 8:00pm
 7/7/2007 at 8:00pm

Theatre/Venue The Chocolate Factory 

5-49 49th Avenue  Queens

Phone Number for Reservations 718-482-7069 
Website for reservations http://www.chocolatefactorytheater.org/e_washingmachine.html  
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Producing Organization: Fist In The Pocket Theater  
Website www.fistinthepocket.org  
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