Support and See ‘Every Fold Matters,’ a New Work by Lynne Sachs and Lizzie Olesker

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Ever wondered what it’s like to work in a laundromat?


is a collaboration by filmmaker Lynne Sachs & theater maker Lizzie Olesker.


is a site-specific performance with film coming to a working Brooklyn laundromat

February 12-14 at  8:30 PM.

at NEW LUCKY LAUNDROMAT (323 Lafayette Ave.) in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.

You can be a part of


Go to Indiegogo and check us out.


We’re more than half-way towards meeting our goal but we’re not there yet.

So, give what you can and give soon. EVERY DONATION MATTERS Buy .

If you have already given, we send you a boat-load of thanks.

P.S. Want to know what’s been going on recently with EVERY FOLD MATTERS?  We’re shaping the script through an intense collaborative rehearsal process with our cast.  New York performer Tony Torn (fresh from a staring roll in a bawdy rendition of Ubu Roi) recently joined our cast.  Stephen Vitiello has created haunting and invigorating soundscapes that celebrate both the roar and the calm of our site. We’ve shot most of our film elements, including dramatic scenes with our performers and documentary material in a Chinatown laundry.  Jessica Weiss has transformed shirts, underwear and trousers into thought-provoking printed clothes with words.

If you would like to be a part of our effort to produce this performance and a related film, make a contribution of any size to our Indiegogo campaign:

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