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Cecily Strong and David Zayas star in this premiere from John Patrick Shanley.
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About Brooklyn Laundry

Doing laundry may be a chore, but seeing Saturday Night Live's Cecily Strong and Tony Award nominee David Zayas in Brooklyn Laundry is something you'll want on your to-do list. Get a load of the latest world-premiere play by John Patrick Shanley at Manhattan Theatre Club — get Brooklyn Laundry tickets on TodayTix now.

The Tony-, Pulitzer-, and Oscar-winning playwright steps into the director's chair for Brooklyn Laundry off Broadway, adding to his already massive range of talents as a playwright and screenwriter. His latest tragicomedy follows four Brooklynites at their (as the title suggests) local laundromat as they deal with life's cruel tricks, the big changes that spring from little events, and the other highs and lows of adulthood.

Don't lose your claim ticket to the latest work by one of today's most esteemed writers. Get tickets to Brooklyn Laundry in New York.

Start date

February 6th, 2024

End date

April 14th, 2024

Categories

Age

Recommended for ages 13+

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375 Reviews

Piwacket

Piwacket

113 Reviews | 72 Followers
85
Don’t wait for something not on the menu

See it if You enjoy stories that explore typical NYers who have been stifled by a familiar fear; hiding out instead of living life to the fullest.

Don’t see it if You don’t like stories about relationships, family and or thriving.

Elisa 9119

Elisa 9119

598 Reviews | 285 Followers
92
Delightful, Clever, Great staging, Great acting, Great writing

See it if A heartfelt play brilliantly written & performed on a creative rotating set. Bravissimi Strong,Zayas & anyone involved in the strng prdctn.*

Don’t see it if On the flip side, an unrealistic ending to a very realistic play prevented me from giving a higher score, yet worth seeing. Ends April 14th.

chris_

chris_

298 Reviews | 104 Followers
91
Great writing, Great acting

See it if Well written unconventional romantic commedy

Don’t see it if Over the top plot that deals with the burdens of family

Wish I Could See Them All

Wish I Could See Them All

800 Reviews | 252 Followers
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Moving, Surprising, Emotional, Romantic, Funny

See it if Lovely characters, great acting, and surprising twists hooked me into this tearjerking romantic dramedy.

Don’t see it if You are expecting realism. The play even asks: is a romantic world view incompatible with reality?

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Stars on stage

Cecily Strong

Cecily Strong

David Zayas

David Zayas

Brooklyn Laundry cast and creative team

By: John Patrick Shanley
Director: John Patrick Shanley
Producer: Manhattan Theatre Club
Cast list: Cecily Strong, David Zayas, Florencia Lozano, Andrea Syglowski

Venue

New York City Center

131 W 55th St, New York, NY, USA, 10019

Accessibility

Wheelchair access, assistive listening devices

More information about Brooklyn Laundry

The four main characters of the Brooklyn Laundry play are three sisters and the male owner of the title laundromat. The play is also partly a love story between two of the characters: the down-on-his luck Owen and chronically single, financially unstable Fran, who start off disliking each other.

Brooklyn Laundry is Shanley's latest new play since 2021, when he premiered Candlelight at the New Ohio Theatre. It's his 27th total play since his first, Welcome to the Moon, premiered in 1982. All but one of his plays premiered in New York (save his third play, Savage in Limbo, in London).

What to watch for

  • John Patrick Shanley is having a renaissance this season — a "Shanleyssance," if you will. Brooklyn Laundry premieres just after revivals of his early play Danny and the Deep Blue Sea and his Pulitzer-winning masterpiece Doubt.
  • Anyone who's ever quoted "Snap out of it!" a la Cher has Shanley to thank. He won his Oscar for writing the screenplay for Moonstruck.
  • Shanley grew up in the Bronx, so he usually sets his works in the five boroughs. Brooklyn Laundry, of course, is no exception!
  • The last time Shanley directed one of his own plays (The Portuguese Kid) was in 2017, also for Manhattan Theatre Club.
  • More recently, in 2020, Shanley directed a film adaptation of his Best Play Tony nominee, Outside Mullingar. The movie is titled Wild Mountain Thyme and stars Emily Blunt and Jamie Dorman.

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