Thursday, December 19, 2013

This is what a play in an East Village laundromat looks like


[Anton van Dalen]

Last night, Dirty Laundry: Loads of Prose took place at the Gentle Wash Laundromat at 97 Avenue A… just sharing a few photos from the evening… Longtime East Village resident Emily Rubin, who serves as the producer, said that she was quite pleased with the turnout…

Rubin, who moved here in 1980, said that the "reason for starting the events in the laundromats was partly because I missed those days of guerilla- style art and performances."


[Anton van Dalen]



Above, from left to right: Lizzie Olesker, director, Pinky Weitzman, composer/musician, Connie Winston, performer and Rosemary Fine, performer.



Rubin plans on more laundromat performances in the future… Look for more info here.

3 comments:

nygrump said...

Just what I need when I'm trying to do my laundry, some morons expressing themselves. Get out of the way!

Goggla said...

So grumpy! lol...I wouldn't mind some entertainment while I fold my socks.

Anonymous said...

If I ran into this on my laundry day, I'd be pissed. There is a time for culture and expression, and there is a time to do chores. To everything, there is a season.