The Lost & Found Show’s “Keys” Edition – Wednesday June 11, 2014

The Lost & Found Show kicks off the Summer Season with its “Keys” edition – featuring stories about house keys, summer camp keys, apartment keys, and people with names that sound like keys. Musical Guest: The Duchess and the Fox! Plus: trivia and prizes sponsored by Crest Hardware & Urban Garden Center!

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Caitlin Brodnick (PIT, Glamour, “Screw You Cancer”)
Ky Huynh (Like the Jelly, Ky’s Corner)
Lincoln Chinnery (AM New York, Metromix, The Gentleman’s Gazette)
Robin Bady (92nd Street Y, Brooklyn Museum of Art)

Musical Guest:

The Duchess and the Fox (Loser’s Lounge, Psychedelic Furs, Superhuman Happiness)

Special Trivia and Prizes Sponsored by:

Crest Hardware & Urban Garden Center
Hosted by Daniel Guzman

Wednesday, June 11, 2014
(Doors 7:00PM) 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

The Gallery at Le Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker St
(between Sullivan St. and Thompson St)
New York, NY 10012

Nearest Trains:
W 4th St (A, B, C, D, E, F, M)
8 St – NYU (N, R)
Bleecker St (6)
Broadway-Lafayette (B, D, F, M)


Each month, we bring together authors, bloggers, comedians, and performers to share fiction and nonfiction stories involving a theme object that could be found in a lost and found box. We’ve featured burlesque stars, magicians, Moth Grand Slam winners, actors, someone’s mom, and a ukulele player.

For a list of upcoming theme objects, or to submit a story for consideration, visit:




Caitlin Brodnick is a storyteller living in Astoria. She currently has a show at the PIT: “Shut-Up,” an all female storytelling show. She is a writer for and her docu-series Screw You Cancer is a 2014 ASME Winner, Television Academy Emmy Honoree. Caitlin is BRCA1 positive and underwent a preventative double mastectomy. She loves puppies and dance parties.




Ky Huynh is a consummate traveler, having visited over 25 countries and all but 2 of the US states (North Dakota and Alaska are hard to get to). A photographer, painter and poet, she likes to document her adventures in pictures and paint as well as words. Ky makes her prose debut reading at the Lost and Found show. You can see her poetry at and her paintings at



Lincoln C. Chinnery III writes about three things – Spirits, fine dining and anything nerd. You can find his most recent work at The Alcohol or He’s covered the New York City Comic Con for Interviewed top tier bartenders for Am New York’s Spill it column. Compiled a gentleman’s list of Vodkas for The Gentleman’s Gazette. Mapped out the best New York City cocktail bars for Chicago’s VODA magazine. His likes are Bourbon, Whiskey and aged Rum. After writing 30 Vodka reviews for Edge publications he has come to two conclusions – He hates Vodka and there are only so many adjectives for ‘Crisp’.


Storyteller, actor, playwright, teacher, Robin Bady works nationally and internationally. She is co-founder of the Bread and Roses Theater, Artistic Director of the Children’s Theater Workshop of the 92nd Street Y, founder of the storytelling ensemble Shirazad’s Children, and past Director of the Storytelling Center of New York City. She’s taught and performed at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn Academy of Art, Brooklyn Arts Council, Flushing Town Hall, schools, colleges, libraries, bars, outside parks, festivals and coffee houses. Currently, Robin produces the BADYHouseStorytellingConcert, a monthly series in Brooklyn.



The Duchess and the Fox, comprised of piano-man, Joe McGinty, and witchy soul singer, Andrea Diaz, play sensual cabaret music that harkens back to a more sumptuous era. The pair met each other on a balmy summer night at the Manhattan Inn, brought together by a piano karaoke rendition of “I Put A Spell on You.” Soon, they were crafting songs based on their mutual love of grainy noir films and old-school song sirens.

Joe McGinty was a member of the Psychedelic Furs and has played with the Ramones, Nada Surf, Ryan Adams and many others. He is the founder and music director for Loser’s Lounge, the legendary tribute show, now in its 20th year. He hosts Live Piano Karaoke at the Manhattan Inn in Greenpoint and has a studio filled with vintage keyboards.

Andrea Diaz is a California native who after moving to New York City to become a painter, quickly fell into the city’s vibrant music scene. In addition to playing with the Duchess and the Fox, she performs in Stuart Bogie’s acclaimed music project, Superhuman Happiness, and is currently working on releasing her solo project, Dia Luna.



Crest Hardware and Urban Garden Center is a 50 year old family owned business in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, serving in everything hardware-related. From plumbing to electrical, paint to cleaning supplies, nuts and bolts to gardening, they have it all. Crest is also committed to supporting local arts and businesses with special events, art shows, and their annual Crest Fest, a summer festival featuring live music, creative art, and local food vendors. More information can be found at


Daniel is a writer of surreal fiction, essays, and film reviews. His work has appeared in the New York Press, Cinespect, the L Magazine, and Rio Grande Review. He has performed at such venues as The Slipper Room, Cornelia Street Cafe, KGB Bar, The Bell House, and the Bowery Poetry Club.

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