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About Dreams of the Washer King

“A brilliant play” — Examiner

“Critic’s Pick! … A beautifully crafted exploration of time and memory that will be haunting you for quite some time.” — Backstage

“A haunting exploration of time and memory that will remain with you for some time … Christopher Wall has an intriguing sense of poetry and narrative, and is well worth keeping an eye on.” –nytheatre.com

“I can’t imagine a finer production … the acting is of the highest order, it simply couldn’t be better.” — Let’s Talk Off-Broadway

“Dreams of the Washer King … wrestles with the complicated nature of memory, and does so with haunting power.” — Curtainup

 

About Couldn’t Say

“This week I had the privilege of seeing Couldn’t Say, a rare gem that is being presented at the Midtown International Theatre Festival … Written by Christopher Wall, a lyricist of the spoken word, Couldn’t Say is a gently powerful and moving piece.” — Shelley Molad, NYTheatre.com

“Couldn’t Say trumps much of what’s found in many larger, louder, more frantic plays.” — Matthew Murry, Talkin’ Broadway

“I was fortunate to have a front row seat to a special and beautiful ‘gem’ of a show … If you check out Couldn’t Say you will witness an intelligent, sensitive, funny new play performed by top notch actors. You won’t want to miss it.” — Bixby Elliot,Yahoo! Broadway

 

About public readings of my essays

Electric Literature, February 2012

 

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