"When two women with completely different lifestyles meet and bond while doing their weekly wash, it leads to lots of Dirty Laundry. Deborah Louise Ortiz has written a play with a heart and the results are both humorous and touching."
-- Back Stage
Written by Deborah Louise Ortiz and Carlos J. Serrano, this dramatic piece shows the comedy and tragedy that lie in the difficulties of obtaining and maintaining love in a city full of temptations, distractions and emotional baggage.
from L to R: Lisa Edwards, Sal Foto, Andrea DiVincenzo, Nicole Arvin, Robert McKay, Aida Angotti, Fidel Vicioso
A moving one-woman piece that takes the audience on a rollercoaster ride through the life of Violet, a young girl
from the Bronx. Witness the awkward shifting of a young woman struggling with the painful realities of physical, sexual, and mental abuse, and her own abuse of alcohol and drugs as a means of coping. As Violet’s life changes, so do her attitude, her loves, her experiences, and her clothing.