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New York City theatre company FIST IN THE POCKET makes its Manhattan debut with its revival of the critically acclaimed “WASHING MACHINE” that premiered at the Chocolate Factory Theater last summer. “WASHING MACHINE” plays at the Sanford Meisner Theatre June 20 – July 19th. Tickets are available at www.theatremania.com

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FIST IN THE POCKET is a New York City based theatre company looking to reinvigorate and reinvent what can happen on stage. Founded in 2007 by Artistic Director Michael Chamberlin and Playwright-In-Residence Jason Stuart, FIST IN THE POCKET is developing and producing plays that thrive on provocative performances of entertaining misfits. Utilizing a mixture of the traditional and the bizarre, we explore passionate examinations of loneliness, isolation & merriment through the intimacy of performance and arresting design…….

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Michael Chamberlin (Director) received a 2005 Helen Hayes Nomination
for ‘Outstanding Director’ for his production of Porcelain at Tsunami Theatre Company in Wash, DC. Other credits include “Chekhov’s Mistress” for NJ Rep’s Theatre Brut, “A Clockwork Orange”, “Bat Boy: The Musical” (3 Helen Hayes noms.), “Love’s Fire” @ The Studio Theater 2ndstage, “The Glory of Living” for Didactic Theatre Company & Class Action at Imagination Stage.

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Jason Stuart (Writer) has worked extensively as an actor/singer/writer. His script “Through a Glass Onion” was published by Dramatic Publishing Company and subsequently excerpted in a Smith and Krause anthology. He is presently working on his musical play “Doghouse,” which was work-shopped at the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab in July 2005 under the title “Busker.”

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