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Freedome El



Nationality:    African American
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        Laundry Room, The

Laundry Room, The

there is healing in the agitation of the waters, in the cycles of life, that wash us clean. "the Laundry Room," written by Freedome el, is a play in which five women embark upon a journey of self-discovery, transformation, understanding, forgiveness, and love to find themselves washed clean and ready to live anew. This brilliantly scripted play stands as a testimony to the bonds and healing powers evident between women. each woman compels the heart, mind and spirit of the audience as her secrets are uncovered and her true-self is set free. Freedome el touches upon the way in which the friendships between women, ancient rituals and wisdom, as well as contemporary inner healing practices unleash the power of laughter, truth, prayer, acceptance and freedom. the Dramatic themes of reconciliation and forgiveness, domestic abuse and liberation, self-loathing and self-love, religion and spirituality create a safe place for self-reflection. This play reminds us all of the age-old issues that have plagued women for centuries, but doesnt stop there. It carries on to stand as a healing balm and a guiding light for a world in need. "the Laundry Room" will leave audiences talking and questioning their relationships with what they hold as truth, for themselves and others. Set in a venue that may be unique for a stage production , yet commonplace in the lives of mothers, daughters, wives, sisters and friends - the public laundry room - this play is a must see for all!


1st Produced:
Josephine Baker Stage @ Joe's Movement, 3309 Bunker Hill Road, Mount Rainier, MD    01 Jul 2012

DC Black Theatre Festival

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