The Lost and Found Show – April 18th “Wallets & Purses”!


It’s tax season. That time of year when everyone’s pockets get a little lighter.

To help you through this rough patch, we here at the Lost and Found Show offer you the “Wallets & Purses” edition, designed with your fiscal needs in mind. It comes fully-stocked with amazing storytellers, brain-enhancing trivia, and prizes to inspire jealousy in all your broke-ass friends.

Prepare yourself for tales and trivia about Time Square muggers, penny-pinching grandmas, fanny-packed tourists, Hell’s Angels, a carnival of freakish purses, and the strange saga behind the iWallet.

All of this can be yours at no charge. That’s right, ladies and gentlemen. It’s FREE (*booze sold separately).

Thursday, April 18, 2013
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM (Doors 7PM)
Happy Ending
302 Broome St. between Eldridge and Forsyth

Every third Thursday of the month, Daniel Guzman brings together authors, bloggers, comedians, and performers to share fiction and nonfiction tales involving everyday objects and the secrets they reveal about us. From the sublime to the surprising, each show is as diverse and tempting as the contents of a lost and found box.

For a list of upcoming themes, or to submit a story for consideration,



Adam Wade is a record 18-time Moth StorySLAM Champion. He has made appearances on Comedy Central, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, ESPN, TV Land, and NPR’s “All Things Considered.” He’s been profiled in Time Out New York Magazine’s Comedy Section and in a 2011 New York Times article. On October 18th, 2011, Adam was a speaker at TEDx PennQuarter in Washington, DC where he spoke about Reinventing Storytelling. He’s written for the New York Times, the New York Press and the Hoboken Reporter. He teaches storytelling classes at NYC’s Magnet Theater.


Thomas Pryor’s work has appeared in The New York Times, Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, A Prairie Home Companion, New York Press, and Opium Magazine. His blog: “Yorkville: Stoops to Nuts,” is listed in The Times Blog Roll. Thomas appeared on PBS’s TV series: Baseball: A New York Love Story, NBC TV’s New York Nonstop, and Public Radio’s This American Life. He curates “City Stories: Stoop to Nuts,” a monthly storytelling show at the Cornelia Street Café. His first book of photographs, “River to River: New York Scenes From a Bicycle,” was released in August 2012. A memoir about growing up in 1960s New York is scheduled for publication in fall 2013.


Michael Maiello is a New York based columnist, performer, author and playwright. He worked for ten years at Forbes Media, writing and editing for both Forbes Magazine and and appearing on CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business News, CNN and MSNBC. He is the author of the 2004 book “Buy The Rumor, Sell The Fact” and has performed stand up comedy at The Laugh Factory, The Comic Strip and the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Mike reads regularly with Mama D’s Arts Bordello in New York. Lately, Mike has contributed Op-Eds & Reviews to Reuters, Newsweek, The Daily Beast, and Esquire, and recently launched — a home for Op-Eds about things that never really happened.


Angel Yau is solo sketch comedian, storyteller and filmmaker. She started her comedy career unintentionally when she ran for her high school election. (There was a song involved that rhymes with her last name.) She’s from Queens, NY and graduated from Ithaca College studying film production. She is part of the Upright Citizen Brigade Theatre’s Beta Team, Scraps. She performs all over the east coast and with the beloved story-telling show, Mortified! Her performances were apart of the Seattle Sketchfest, NYC Underground Comedy Festival, North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, Calgary’s Funnyfest and more. Her awkwardness and insecurities will make you feel better about yourself!

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Daniel is a writer of surreal fiction, essays, and film reviews. His work has appeared in the New York Press, Cinespect, the L Magazine’s Literary Upstart Reading Series, and Rio Grande Review. He has performed at such venues as The Slipper Room, Cornelia Street Café, and the Bowery Poetry Club.

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