Cleveland Public Theatre Presents Lost and Found

 

Cleveland Public Theatre Presents Lost and Found
Created By The CPT / Y-Haven Theatre Project
Playing at Cleveland Public Theatre November 17 – 20
Touring Dates November 22 – December 2

For the twelfth year in a row, CPT, Cleveland’s leading alternative theatre, and Y-Haven, YMCA’s transitional housing center for homeless men in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, have collaborated to create this original performance. CPT Artists work with residents of Y-Haven to create an original play performed by the residents and based on their personal experiences. This year’s production is guided by CPT Executive Artistic Director Raymond Bobgan and Teaching Artists Adam Seeholzer, Darius Stubbs, and Lew Wallace.

An audience favorite for the past 12 years, the CPT/Y-Haven Theatre Project offers candid insight into important issues of our society and gives real hope for growth and change. Audiences are continually blown away by the poignant and moving stories presented by the powerful collaboration of Cleveland Public Theatre’s Education Department and Y-Haven, a branch of the Greater Cleveland YMCA.

About the play: Derek’s father used to be his hero – so were his two older brothers. Now he is learning that they have flaws, big flaws. Lies are uncovered, anger flares; and for Derek it’s just too much. He never wants to be like them, so he just runs. The family spirals into greater collapse as they file missing person reports, present at block clubs, and visit morgues in search of their lost family member. Their journey to find Derek will test their love and their will. Derek’s journey to find himself will test his judgment and loyalty. Can Derek – can anyone – choose their own destiny?

Y-Haven Artists: George Boesger, Randall Broom, Adam Butauski, Greg Cerne, Howard Giddings, Michael Haluska, William Hughes, Michael Jackson, Greg Johnson, DeCarlos Manley, Michael Manley, Samuel Murphy, Dan Schaefer, Eugene Wagner.

CPT Artists: Raymond Bobgan, Adam Seeholzer, Darius Stubbs, and Lew Wallace with costumes by Jenna Damberger.

FREE PERFORMANCES AT CLEVELAND PUBLIC THEATRE

Thursday, November 17 at 7:30pm
Friday, November 18 at 7:30pm
Sunday, November 20 at 3:00pm
Cleveland Public Theatre
6415 Detroit Ave. Cleveland, OH

Suggested donation of $5 accepted to help support the project

SPECIAL BENEFIT PERFORMANCE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19th
Join CPT and Y-Haven for a special benefit performance on Saturday, November 19th at 7:00pm. Tickets for this benefit performance are $75 and include a buffet dinner and silent auction. To purchase tickets for the benefit performance, please call 216.431.2018 or visit
http://www.clevelandymca.org/community/yhaven/benefit.html.

For more information on the Free Performances of Lost and Found at Cleveland Public Theatre or on the Free Tour Performances in the Community visit http://www.cptonline.org or call CPT Education Director Chris Seibert (216) 631-2727 x 201.

FREE TOUR PERFORMANCES OF LOST AND FOUND IN THE COMMUNITY

Tuesday, November 22 at 7pm
Breen Center for the Performing Arts: Supported by Councilman Joe Cimperman.
W. 30th & Lorain Ave. Cleveland, OH

Tuesday, November 29 at 7pm
Westlake United Methodist Church
27650 Center Ridge Rd. Westlake, OH

Wednesday, November 30 at 7pm
Pilgrim United Church of Christ: Supported by Councilman Joe Cimperman.
2592 W. 14th St. Cleveland, OH

Friday, December 2 at 12 noon
John Carroll University – Dolan Auditorium
20700 North Park Blvd. University Heights, OH

For more information visit http://www.cptonline.org or call the box office at (216) 631 – 2727

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