Washer/Dryer

by Nandita Shenoy

MIDWEST PREMIERE

RASAKA THEATRE

Sept. 17 - Oct. 11, 2015

★★★☆! “...sure-footed staging under Kaiser Ahmed's direction...even though there are some undeniably shaggy components to Shenoy's comedy, it largely succeeds on its own sunny terms.”

-- Kerry Reid, Chicago Tribune

“highly entertaining”

-- Highly Recommended, Loy Webb, Newcity Chicago

A hilarious new farce from playwright Nandita Shenoy that throws a modern, multicultural marriage into the pressure cooker of tight New York City living. When Indian-American Sonya elopes with Chinese-American Michael, she thinks she has finally found her happily-ever-after, and possibly even fulfilled her grandmother’s wish for marriage. But when Michael discovers that Sonya’s apartment is “Single Occupancy Only,” and a colorful cast of nosy neighbors and relatives show up to complicate matters further, the couple is forced to re-evaluate their dirty laundry and decide whether all is really fair in love and real estate

Featuring: 

Bryan Bosque, Cheryl Hamada, Erika Napoletano, Rasika Ranganathan, Abbas Salem 

Design Team: 
Michael Lewis (Scenic), Delia Ridenour (Costume), Antoinette DeLeo (Lighting), Matt Reich (Sound), Abbas Salem (Prop)

Photos by Scott Dray

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