Caught in the space between the past and present, four characters revisit one life-changing event in Christopher Wall’s powerful, mind-bending drama. Wall’s unique vision unfolds among a field of capsized washing machines and a rainstorm of grass to reveal a haunting story of lost love and childhood dreams.

Dreams of the Washer King
by Christopher Wall
Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

June 4th - June 26th, 2010
at the Cherry Lane Theatre
38 Commerce Street

"Critic’s Pick!... a beautifully crafted exploration of time
and memory that will be haunting you for quite some time."

"Wall has a particular gift for line-writing… and his actors
do a smashing job of making those lines come alive."

"I can’t imagine a finer production…the acting is of the highest order, it simply couldn’t be better.”


Featuring the talents of...

David Newell, Scenic Design
Amy Clark, Costume Design
Traci Klainer, Lighting Design
Charles Coes, Sound Design and Composition
Mike Rossmy, Fight Director
Joanne E. McInerney, Production Stage Manager
Kat West, Assistant Stage Manager
Peter Dean, Production Manager

About the Playwright:
Christopher Wall 

Dreams of the Washer King is The Playwrights Realm's 2010 Page One Production, which is a holistic approach designed to allow a playwright both the physical and mental time, space, and resources to take a meaningful step forward in their career. Each year, one playwright is chosen for our Page One Residency.  You can learn more about Christopher by clicking here!

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