Delirium Productions' One Man Experience, The Lost and Found, Will Play FringeNYC

News   Delirium Productions' One Man Experience, The Lost and Found, Will Play FringeNYC
Delirium Productions will present The Lost and Found, a "one man experience" by Hans Augustave, beginning Aug. 13 at Manhattan Theatre Source, as part of the 15th Annual New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC).

Hans Augustave
Hans Augustave

Written and performed by Augustave, the production will run through Aug. 27 and will invite audience members to experience a range of emotions as they are transported through the lives of five distinct characters.

The Lost and Found, co-directed by Tom McNeill and Scott Reagan, focuses on Devin, a man in search of the camera containing the memories of his recent honeymoon. According to press notes, "As Devin searches through The Lost and Found, he finds himself inexplicably drawn to certain items strewn about the room. As Devin comes into contact with these items, he is transformed into the personas of their prior owners, allowing him to experience the incredibly powerful, and sometimes hilarious, life-altering moments that have helped shape their lives."

Delirium Productions is a theatre company created for artists and by artists who are devoted to exploring new and existing work through a true collaborative process. Delirium is interested in combining the traditional with the new and edgy to engage, inspire and challenge their audience with a provocative piece of theatre.

The Lost and Found is co-produced by McNeill, Reagan and Krista John Astarita. For more information, visit

Manhattan Theatre Source is located at 177 MacDougal Street. For tickets, call (866) 468-7619 or visit

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