The Lost & Found Show returns!
This month we celebrate Pets — both the traditional variety (dogs, cats, birds, fish) and those alternative pets (pet rocks, digital pets, Pet Shop Boys, whatever).
Get ready for a night of heavy petting!
Thursday, November 21st, 2013
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM (Doors 7PM)
**BACK IN THE LOWER EAST SIDE!!**
We’re very excited to be back in the good old Lower East Side, just a few blocks over from our old Lost & Found home.
RPM (formerly Lolita Bar)
266 Broome Street
(between Allen St and Orchard St)
New York, NY 10013
Delancey St. (F)
Grand St. (B, D)
Essex St. (J, M, Z)
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.
Chelsea Davison is a comedian and writer who performs all over New York City at places like The Stand, The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, The PIT, and more. Her work has been featured by The Huffington Post, Jezebel, Grantland, and she writes a weekly comedy blog called What I Fucked Up.
Julie is a writer, performer and improviser living in Queens. She is very excited to be an actor on the PIT’s newest sketch team SLAP FIGHT! with whom she performs a new show the second Tuesday of every month. She improvises around the city with her favorite people including (but not limited to) The Smitts and Hightower. Julie can also be seen in videos and performing with her super power sketch group “Buzz Off, Lucille.” She considers herself very lucky to have studied with some of the most amazing teachers from the UCB, PIT and Magnet. She quickly fled to NYC after graduating from the University of Cincinnati. She doesn’t realize how tall she is… so don’t point it out.
Heather Trobe is a social worker and storyteller from Brooklyn, NY. Previous to becoming a storyteller, Heather worked as a children’s birthday party entertainer/”Mad Scientist” where she honed her ability to melt plastic and breathe it in. Heather has appeared in “Whatever Happened to the Nerds?” at the Magnet Theater, “Two Truths and a Lie” at Cameo Gallery, and “For the Love of Candy” at Brooklyn Launchpad. She doesn’t have a pet at this time but she did grow up with three small dogs each with separate, beautiful stripper names.
Born and raised in West Bloomfield, Michigan, Robert studied theater at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS; Ecole Jacque Lecoq in Paris, France; and Kiklos Teatro in Padova Italy. He’s currently pursuing a Library Science degree from Pratt Institute, is a frequent monologist for The Armando Diaz Experience at the Magnet Theater and can be heard telling a story about his grandmother on themoth.org.
New York native Amos Rose has traveled the world playing music. His distinctive style can be described as an exciting and lush float down the river of life, with elements of American, British, and Brazilian music. Some people call it psychedelic love-rock. Amos has had several pets, and knows the sounds they make.
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.