Lost & Found Project is an award-winning, docu-theatre troupe of young NYC-based actors and writers, creating original stage productions using the Verbatim technique since 2011. “Shayna” is the troupe's first audio drama, a podcast which examines the journey of a young singer-songwriter in New York who can’t catch a break. Written by Boris Zilberman & Ilya Khodosh. Sound design & Original score by Alex Ryaboy. Produced & curated by Anya Zicer. Lost & Found Project is a program of FolksbieneRU, Russian division of National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene. FolksbieneRU is a partnership initiative of Genesis Philanthropy and National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene. Find out more by visiting us at www.lnfproject.com.
Old New Year Original Score
Music from the play Old New Year by Lost and Found project, presented as an experimental sound collage interweaving scenes from the show with the score by Alex Ryaboy.
Shayna - Third Act - The Answer
A 1920s production of "The Dybbuk" leads to a fateful romance and the creation of the final clue in Shayna's present-day mystery. Will Shayna unlock the secrets of the past in time to repair her future?
Shayna - Second Act - The Choice
Two sisters in an Eastern European shtetl prepare for a Yiddish theater audition that will change their lives forever. Back in present-day New York, Shayna follows clues to find her mother and learn the identities of two mysterious strangers. Featuring: Masha King, Ilya Khodosh, Elena V. Levenson, Sergey Nagorny, Yelena Shmulenson, Ruslan Verkhovsky, Stuart Williams, Anya Zicer, Boris Zilberman, Don Castro, George Spelvin, Rebecca Karpovsky, Aaron Kheifets, Allen Lewis Rickman, Gera Sandler, Bryna Wasserman.
Shayna - First Act - The Song
… a New York story caught between two worlds. Shayna is estranged from her brother and ailing mother, stuck in dead-end relationships and stalled creatively. But when a beautiful, haunting melody lodges itself in Shayna's mind, it unearths a family mystery and a century-old injustice that only Shayna can make right. Featuring: Masha King, Ilya Khodosh, Elena V. Levenson, Sergey Nagorny, Yelena Shmulenson, Ruslan Verkhovsky, Stuart Williams, Anya Zicer, Boris Zilberman, Don Castro.