May 3 – 19
The Garret at Fort Washington Collegiate (729 W. 181st Street)
In Lost/Not Found, things do not go as planned when three desperate twenty-somethings from Washington Heights “rescue” a missing girl and detain her, while the growing reward for her return offers visions of riches. What they learn about themselves, however, may prove to be the more valuable bounty, as events take a dark turn.
Lost/Not Found is directed by Alex Keegan (The Young Goat – Kraine Theatre) with a cast including Andrew Manning, Devin Haqq* (Richard III/Born With Teeth – Epic Theatre Ensemble), Max Lebow (UP Theater’s Epic Poetry), Jamie Saunders (Gathering Sparks – Theatre Row), and Mariette Strauss (Sarah Flood in Salem Mass – The Flea Theater).
The creative team includes set design by Frank Oliva, costumes by Janet Mervin, lighting by Duane Pagano, sound design by David Margolin Lawson, fight direction by Ron Piretti, and stage management by Lisa Stafford.
Wednesday, May 3rd @ 8:00 pm
Thursday, May 4th @ 8:00 pm
Friday, May 5th @ 8:00 pm
Saturday, May 6th @ 8:00 pm
Wednesday, May 10th @ 8:00 pm
Thursday, May 11th @ 8:00 pm
Friday, May 12th @ 8:00 pm
Saturday, May 13th @ 8:00 pm
Tuesday, May 16th @ 8:00 pm
Wednesday, May 17th @ 8:00 pm
Thursday, May 18th @ 8:00 pm
Friday, May 19th @ 8:00 pm
Tickets: $18 adults, $12 seniors and students.
Purchase tickets at: http://lostnotfound.bpt.me
Kirby Fields received his MFA in Playwriting from Carnegie Mellon University. In 2012 UP Theater produced his play K Comma Joseph. In January 2017, a new play, Summer Session With The Bones Brigade, was featured as part of Labyrinth Theater’s Up Next Series; and in June 2016 his one-act, Steal This Play, directed by Alex Keegan, was part of The Gallery Players’ One-Act Play Festival in Brooklyn.
Alex Keegan’s directing includes Shades (Cherry Lane Theatre), Baja Selkie (Williamstown), The One on Pico (Atlantic Stage 2, Alum Series), and new plays with O’Neill Theater Center, The Flea, Dixon Place, and Judson Memorial Church. Alex is an Artistic Producer of UglyRhino Productions’ monthly new play event, TinyRhino. She holds a B.A. from Brown University where she studied mental illness’ portrayal in contemporary theatre and received the Weston Award for Excellence in Directing.
UP Theater Company (James Bosley, Artistic Director) Eschewing crowd-pleasing chestnuts, UP Theater produces provocative new work by contemporary playwrights. Founded in 2010 by Inwood theater artists, UP is committed to bringing professional productions to Northern Manhattan. After 7 years and 10 full productions, UP has established a reputation for being gritty, rambunctious, and irreverent.
“One of the finest pieces of theatre I’ve seen in Off-Off Broadway Theater, more than enough to prove that Theater’s best is often happening in out of the way places.” UP Theater’s Epic Poetry, New York Theater Now