Catherine Ricafort (SpongeBob SquarePants, Honeymoon in Vegas & more) & Devin Ilaw (Miss Saigon, Les Misérables) SLAYED this duet at 54 Below!
"Found" (the finale), performed by Cori Jaskier, Jamie Maletz, Eric Sorrels & Matthew Berzon.
"I Hope You Weren't the One" from Lost and Found, performed by Mikki Sodergren.
New Work City performs "Lost!" from Lost and Found.
"53rd & Park" from Lost and Found, performed by Bridget Elise Yingling.
"Found My Reason" from Lost and Found, performed by Sarah Joy Kane.
"Don't Mix" from Lost and Found.
"Calm Down" from Lost and Found, performed by Keri René Fuller and Devin Ilaw.
From gut-wrenching lows to blissful highs, this song cycle explores those extreme moments in life when we find or lose something important. With fourteen original standalone songs, this evening of musical theatre delivers humor, poignancy, and some awesome harmonies.
Cast/Set Requirements and Production Details
There are 14 songs in the song cycle Lost and Found. This song cycle can be performed with as few as 4 cast members, but there is room for more. Most of the songs can be performed by any combination of genders/non-binary performers.
If you would like to purchase the rights to perform this song cycle, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also purchase sheet music for individual songs by going to the Store page on this website.
Jamie Elizabeth Maletz is a composer/lyricist, bookwriter, and producer of new works of musical theater. In New York, her works have been featured at Lincoln Center, Feinstein's/54 Below, NYU, Dixon Place, Under St Marks Theater, and Broadway Night at Prohibition. She received her MFA from the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program at NYU Tisch. Maletz has written 12 full-length original musicals, and she runs a choir for new works of musical theater (New Work City) with writing partner Eric Fegan. As a composer/lyricist, Jamie has studied with Mindi Dickstein, William Finn, Rachel Sheinkin, Michael John LaChiusa, Steven Lutvak and Sybille Pearson. Jamie is the Administrative Assistant for Maestra Music Organization, and she writes the Women Who Wow Us series for the Maestra blog. She has also worked as an intern with Feinstein’s/54 Below, Tom Viertel/The Commercial Theater Institute, and Ken Davenport.
She is a member of The Off-Broadway League, The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York, Maestra, ASCAP, The Dramatists Guild of America, and Fractured Atlas.
Maletz received her BA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2011, where she designed her own major: Creative Writing and Composition for the Performing Arts. She spent her high school years at Boston Arts Academy, a performing arts high school from which she graduated as Valedictorian.
She is a monster enthusiast & mythology nerd, she loves board games, and she is a photographer/videographer whose favorite models are her two cats, Artemis and Batman.
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