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The Lost & Found Project is an experimental theatrical production, formed by Anna Zicer and a group of young Russian-Jewish actors in NYC.
The goal of the project is to give the audience an opportunity to raise questions concerning their identity and become more aware of their family history.
Lost & Found Project focuses on the verbatim technique and the process of investigation into personal experiences through theatre.
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The productions are presented in snapshots, depicting a dialogue between the past and the present, where parallels are drawn from the actors' affecting environments. The Lost & Found Project is the only young Russian-Jewish ensemble in NYC. In March 2013 Lost & Found Project became an affiliate and key program of the Folksbiene.RU division.

The Lost & Found Project's first production titled "ДOROGA", directed by Ben Sargent, incorporates elements of experimental theatre and movement techniques. The play was presented in snapshots, depicting a dialogue between the past and the present, connecting the actors' stories through a common character, where parallels were drawn from the actors' affecting environments. Lost & Found launched its company premiere on March 8, 2012 at the JCC in Manhattan, with a two weeks sold-out run of performances at The Gene Frankel Theatre in SoHo.

Currently, the troupe is set to premier its second original production of "COVERS", on May 21-June 2 at The Arclight Theatre.

"COVERS" is a collaboration of the actors' family stories, under the direction of acclaimed Russian director, Alexandre Marine. "COVERS" looks into family bonds, our choices and decisions we have made that have formed our lives. All of which are inevitable products to ourselves and to our relationships, that are the glue of our lives, as well as, the possible cause of our downfalls. The troupe is expected to tour parts of the United States, in addition to Canada, Russia, Germany and Israel. Lost & Found Foksbiene.RU is a partnership initiative of the Genesis Philanthropy Group and National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene.Marketing and outreach support to the project is provided by COJECO, an agency of the UJA Federation of New York.