Laundry City



About Laundry City

Over 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education, New York City is one of the most segregated school districts in the United States. Conceived, written, and performed by NYC Public High School students, LAUNDRY CITY is a hilarious and provocative exploration of what “Separate but Equal” means to us today.

Laundry City Written and performed by

  • Olivia Dunbar
  • Vickandy “Randy” Figueroa
  • Jeremiah Green
  • Melysa Hierro
  • Davion Osbourne

Directed by

James Wallert


Laundry City On Tour


June 27, 2017

5:00 PM




P.S. 307 Daniel Hale Williams School,

209 York St,

Brooklyn, NY 11201


Email us at

Call us at (212) 239-1770


Video: Segregation V Integration


Laundry City in the News:

American Theatre Magazine

Who Better to Satirize School Segregation Than Students?

Epic NEXT’s high schoolers devise theatre to address their immediate concerns—and get trained and paid in the bargain.

Past performances

May 30, 2017

Keeping It 100: Students Challenge School Segregation

Epic Theatre Ensemble in collaboration with New York Appleseed, The Forum @ St. Ann’s, and The Century Foundation invite you to a special presentation of Laundry City

  • This event is free and open to the public. Community members, students, and families are encouraged to attend!
  • Doors open at 6pm | Program 6:30-7:45 pm | Reception with light refreshments to follow
  • Subway directions: R to Court Street, 2/3/4/5 to Borough Hall, A or F to Jay St, or C to Brooklyn High Street.