Dreams of the Washer King

Off-Broadway premiere, 2010; West Coast premiere, 2012. Developed at Kitchen Dog Theater in Dallas, HotCity Theatre in St. Louis, and Abingdon Theater in New York City. Finalist at the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, Sundance, Summer Play Festival, Great Plains Theatre Conference, PlayPENN, and New Harmony.

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“Critic’s Pick! … A beautifully crafted exploration of time and memory that will be haunting you for quite some time” – Backstage

“I can’t imagine a finer production … Dreams of the Washer King is an exciting theatrical experience. I’ll look forward to seeing Christopher Wall’s next play.” – Let’s Talk Off-Broadway

“Dreams of the Washer King … wrestles with the complicated nature of memory and does so with haunting power” – Curtain Up

“[Five Stars] … A brilliant play … You will be caught up in this compelling and poetic drama” – Hollywood Theater Examiner

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2M, 2W. A boy creeps around with a tape recorder looking for signs of his dad till a mysterious family moves next door and upends his life. A haunting tale about the dreams that help us get through the day — and then keep us up at night.

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