The Lost & Found Show – August 15th “Drugs”!

Fear and Loathing

This month is a very special episode of the Lost & Found Show…

That’s right, we’re talking about Drugs! Whether you’re a casual user or another freak in the freak kingdom, come on and get your fix!

Also: Mind-blowing Drug Trivia to expand your consciousness and tickle your aura!

Featuring stories by George Flanagan, Dawn J. Fraser, Patrick Gallagher, Jenice Matias, and Danny “Tumbleweed” Elder!

Thursday, August 15th, 2013
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM (Doors 7PM)
Happy Ending
302 Broome St. between Eldridge and Forsyth
21+ FREE

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, visit:



George Flanagan is a musician who dabbles in the comedy world. While his band El Jezel has been playing their blend of post-rock/shoegaze at clubs around the city for over ten years now, he only began hosting and booking a monthly stand up show in 2010. For three years this packed show (Spit Take Friday at Fort Useless) in Bushwick has featured some of NYC’s best new comics. He also hosts and co-produces Guilty Pleasures, a variety and burlesque show at The Secret Theater in Long Island City. Lately his favorite color has been baby blue.


Dawn J. Fraser is a humorist, storyteller, and national speaker based out of New York City. She is the Host and Producer of ‘Barbershop Stories’, which features musicians, poets and storytellers performing true tales in a salon in Brooklyn. Then she chops off their hair. Dawn delivers speeches and workshops about the nature of stories to develop vision, identity, and leadership potential, and is a storytelling instructor through The Moth’s Community Outreach Program. She has performed on storytelling shows nationwide and has been a featured performer along with Neil Gaiman on The Unchained Tour. She loves being both a twin and a Trinidadian.


Patrick W. Gallagher’s stories and essays have appeared in The Adirondack Review, the New York Times, the Broken Suitcase, and elsewhere. He formerly edited Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood and curated the Neighborhood reading series, and currently hosts and curates Animal Farm, NYC’s destination for the newest best satirical and/or critical writing in any genre. He holds a PhD in Comparative Lit from NYU and make sure to ask him about Pollen, his new novel about the death and rebirth of human society through drug use, financial crime, and unrestrained homicidal violence.


Jenice Matias considers herself a Nuyorican actress, storyteller, dancer, singer, and improviser. She studied with Adam Wade and John Flynn. In addition she wrote and performed in her One-Woman Show entitled “Pussinomics: A Comedy” an outrageous and unique collection of comedic character monologues that include original songs and dance presenting fictional scenarios of politicians exploiting women that premiered at the Magnet Theater 2013. Jenice’s next show is entitled “I don’t Suffer from Insanity, I Enjoy Every Minute of It,” a bio story about her relationship with her mother who was the biggest abortionist in New City during the 1960’s.


Danny “Tumbleweed” Elder is a lifelong New Yorker who enjoys navigating the gray area between rationality and mysticism. His lone published work appeared in the quarterly journal for the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. He is currently compiling a collection of essays about esoteric synthetic psychedelic molecules, due for release in 2014. In the winter months he can often be found in the Bowery Ballroom, elevating the art of coat check to the science of Outerwear Suspension Engineering.



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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