Philadelphia Theatre Company presents a musical comedy inspired by Davy Rothbart's popular 'Found' magazine and books, about the things we've lost and the ways they bring us together. More…
Tony-nominated playwright Hunter Bell, songwriter Eli Bolin, and writer/director Lee Overtree collaborated on this tuner about Rothbart's life and loves, set against the backdrop of hilarious and heartbreaking notes and letters from the pages of his magazine 'Found.' This show explores both the objects and the people we encounter along our way, and reveals the stories hidden in plain sight in the world around us.
See it if Enjoy fresh, contemporary musicals well-acted and sung by a cast that has to convey a range of personalities, often in just a few words.
Don't see it if You dislike contemporary musicals, especially about young adult "slacker" types. If you need a resolution to a love-interest set-up.
See it if you love small theatre with big heart. This production was a refreshing and fun musical comedy based on the story of how a magazine began.
Don't see it if you don't tend to like smaller modern musicals or a fair amount of language.
See it if You want to have a great night of theater you'll fall in love with Davey and all of his friends and you'll want to start writing notes again
Don't see it if If you're looking for a traditional per senium musical theater production this is not it open your mind and enjoy this experience
See it if You liked [title of show] or you like contemporary musical comedies.
Don't see it if You like full scale musicals with a lot of sets and big choruses.