NJ Actor/Playwright Makes NYC Debut

NEW YORK, N.Y. — New Jersey actor and playwright Hans Augustave made his debut in New York City in Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s Fall Playfest on Wednesday night.

Written and performed by Augustave, “The Lost and Found” is the story of Devin, a young man in search of the camera containing the memories of his recent honeymoon.  When he enters The Lost and Found, he finds himself inexplicably drawn to certain items strewn about the room. As Devin comes in contact with these items, he is transformed into the personas of their prior owners, allowing him to experience the incredibly powerful, and sometimes hilarious, life-altering moments that have shaped their lives.


The show continues tonight and tomorrow at 9 p.m. at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre, 303 W. 42nd Street (at 8th Avenue), Third Floor. For ticket information, call  1-646-329-6588.

Augustave is a French-born, German-named, NY/NJ raised, Haitian American whose professional credits include: Mechanicals Understudy for Two River Theatre Company’s run of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Equity), NY Credits: Happy Hour (45th St Theatre). He has also been seen in NJ Regional Theatre as: Tom Robinson in To Kill A Mockingbird (Villager’s Theatre), Mike in Moonchildren (Circle Players), Dr. Frank-N-Furter in The Rocky Horror Show (Middlesex County College).

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