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Tired of your same old routine? Fed up with the heat? Had it up to here with creeping tyranny and the grinding toll of late capitalism? It sounds like you could use an escape. Come let Lost Moon carry you away to a world of carefree comedy, music, and romance. You’ll feel your worries melt as we pamper you with sketches and original songs about exotic travel, daring escapades, and summer fun — all in the luxurious comfort of Silver Lake’s Lyric-Hyperion Theatre & Cafe.

Don’t just seethe and rage in your apartment… it’s time for an ESCAPE!

Escape From the Lost Moon!

Thursday, August 23rd — 8:00pm
Friday, August 24th — 8:00pm
Saturday, August 25th — 1:00pm

The Lyric-Hyperion Theatre & Café
2106 Hyperion Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027

$20

Use the discount code “Earlybird” for $4 off if you purchase by Wednesday the 8th!

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Escape From the Lost Moon features Jen Burton, Lauren Flans, Ryan Harrison, Brenton Kossak, Dan Mahoney, Martha Marion, Dylan Ris, Frank Smith, and Michael Wells. Written by Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Dylan Ris, and Lauren Flans. Music by Dylan Ris, Michael Wells, Ryan Harrison, and Frank Smith. Produced by Monica Miklas. Directed by Lauren Ludwig.

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Strap in, Crooked H Flunkies! You tried to bring down our Commander-In-Chief, but he has a secret weapon — charismatic legal genius Rudy Giuliani! Rudy’s back and he’s as unstoppable as Trump’s tariffs AND THE WALL!!!!

#rudysback
#mara
#maga
#rudygiuliani
#trump
#donaldtrump
#crookedhillary
#mueller
#911
#giuliani

Make America Rock Again: Rudy’s Back!

Directed by Duke Doyle
Produced by Trish Hadley

“Rudy’s Back” Music & Lyrics by Dylan Ris, Dan Oster, Frank Smith, and Ryan Harrison
Additional Material by Dan Oster and Frank Smith

Starring:
Dan Oster as Billy Freehold
Rafael Herrera as Giuliani Impersonator
and
Craig Harrison as Ivan the Bartender

The Band:
Dylan Ris — Electric Guitar
Ryan Harrison — Acoustic Guitar
James Smith — Bass
Michael Wells — Drums
Taylor Plenn — Saxophone

Chorus: Galloway Allbright, Chelsea Lutz, Tad Shafer, Frank Smith, and Laurel Vail

Director of Photography — Michael Garcia
Sound — Dave McKeever
Editor — Dan Oster
Lighting Design — Tad Shafer
Costume Design — Rachel Weir
B-Camera Operator — Richard Aaron
C-Camera Operator — Chelsea Lutz
Vocal Director — Michael Wells
Executive Producers — Lauren Ludwig, Dan Oster, and Frank Smith

Special Thanks to Darren Crane

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Some loves you can’t tear asunder. COHEN AND TRUMP FOREVER!! Stop trying to break them apart, haters! Billy and his on-again-off-again girlfriend Kelly have a brand-new duet that will shut up all the doubting elites. Watch, share, and fight the lies!

#nocollusion
#cohenwontflip
#bestfriends
#attorneyclientprivilege

Make America Rock Again: Don’t Flip on Me

Directed by Trish Hadley

“Don’t Flip on Me” Music & Lyrics by Dylan Ris, Dan Oster, Frank Smith, and Ryan Harrison
Vocal Arrangement by Michael Wells
Additional Material by Dan Oster, Frank Smith, and Martha Marion

Starring:
Dan Oster as Billy Freehold
Martha Marion as Kelly
Dylan Ris — Guitar
Ryan Harrison — Bass

Director of Photography — Michael Garcia
Sound — Dave McKeever
Editor — Dan Oster
Lighting Design — Robert Edgecomb
Costume Design — Rachel Weir
B-Camera Operator — Richard Aaron
C-Camera Operator — Chelsea Lutz
P.A. — Chelsea Weidanz
Production Photographer — Trisha Harrison
Producer — Trish Hadley
Executive Producers — Lauren Ludwig, Dan Oster, and Frank Smith

Special Thanks to Darren Crane

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Hey Snowflakes, better cover your delicate ears because Billy Freehold is rocking some HARD TRUTHS in his new single “Witch Hunt.” This is the inaugural episode of Make America Rock Again (#MARA), the web series the liberal (fake) news media doesn’t want you to see. Show them you won’t be silenced and SHARE THIS VIDEO!

And stay tuned, because every Tuesday for the next two weeks, Billy will be dropping another new single ripped from the headlines. He’s greatening America one song at a time.

Make America Rock Again: Witch Hunt

Directed by Duke Doyle
Produced by Trish Hadley

“Witch Hunt” Music & Lyrics by Dylan Ris, Dan Oster, Frank Smith, and Ryan Harrison
Additional Material by Dan Oster & Frank Smith

Starring:
Dan Oster as Billy Freehold
Dylan Ris — Electric Guitar
Michael Wells — Bass
Ryan Harrison — Acoustic Guitar
Michael Gardner — Drums
with
Martha Marion as Kelly (Backing Vocals/Melodica)
and
Craig Harrison as Ivan the Bartender

Director of Photography — Michael Garcia
Sound — Dave McKeever
Editor — Dan Oster
Lighting Design — Lauren Ludwig
Lighting Consultant — Brandon Baruch
Costume Design — Rachel Weir
B-Camera Operator — Richard Aaron
C-Camera Operator — Lauren Ludwig
Props — Frank Smith
P.A. — Ally Fion
Executive Producers — Lauren Ludwig, Dan Oster, and Frank Smith

Special Thanks to Darren Crane

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Daughters of Our Mothers (Broad)

Since the late ’90s, The Sapphire Sisters’ Daughters of Our Mothers Festival has provided an annual opportunity for female-identifying musicians to find strength in harmony and sisterhood in song. And after a smash Eastside run this spring, the Sisters are bringing their message of unity and resistance to the Eli and Edythe Broad Stage in Santa Monica on October 7.

In addition to the Sapphire Sisters — Jenna (Jen Burton) and Raina (Martha Marion) — and their band, the night will feature some fabulous artist guests, including angry rocker Kenzi LaChappelle (Lauren Flans), tender folk duo Heron & the Hen (Jamie Hultgren and Ryan Harrison), and cerebral singer-songwriter January Schonfeld (Leslie Korein). And the coming together of this sacred community of esoteric musicians may never have been so important as it is this year. Just read the news, you guys. Now is a time for us to be marching, joining hands, setting cop cars on fire, and above all lifting our voices to sing. Because whether you’re a son, a daughter, a sister, a grandmother, or a father – we’re all daughters of our mothers.

TWO PERFORMANCES, ONE NIGHT!

Saturday, October 7
7:00pm & 9:30pm

The Broad Stage (The Edye)*
1310 11th St.
Santa Monica, CA 90401

$35 – Get Tickets

* The Edye is the more intimate of the two theaters at the Broad, and the only one named for a woman, philanthropist Edye Broad, whose spirit and artistic temperament we will be channeling as we burn the patriarchy to the ground. Both spaces are located at the Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center.

The Sapphire Sisters are a creation of Lost Moon Radio. The Daughters of Our Mothers Festival features performances by Jen Burton, Martha Marion, Lauren Flans, Leslie Korein, Lauren Ludwig, Jamie Hultgren, Ryan Harrison, Frank Smith, Dan Oster, Michael Wells, and Dylan Ris. Written by Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, and Jamie Hultgren. Original songs by Dylan Ris, Michael Wells, Ryan Harrison, Frank Smith, Jamie Hultgren, and Lauren Flans. Sound design by Dave McKeever. Lighting design by Brandon Baruch. Stage managed by Jonas Newhouse. Produced by Gaalan Michaelson. Directed by Lauren Ludwig.

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Complete Human Experience Next Live Show

Finally, the full breadth of the human journey, conveniently condensed into sixty minutes of sketch comedy and original music.

It’s Lost Moon Radio presents THE COMPLETE HUMAN EXPERIENCE.

Join Lost Moon Radio host Jupiter Jack as he guides us through every stage of life on earth: Birth, Middle School, Tinder Dating, Marriage, Conscious Uncoupling, Realizing You’re A Republican Now, Death. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll leave with a complete understanding of what it means to live a life on earth. And then stick around for dollar-off drinks at the bar!

August 3rd – 5th

The Lyric-Hyperion Theatre & Cafe
2106 Hyperion Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Doors open at 7:30pm and show starts promptly at 8:00pm.

The Lyric is open before the show starts so stop by early for happy hour till 7:30 each night. Get there early and enjoy happy hour drink prices and $1 off drinks all night after each show.

Tickets: $18.00

Stay after the show for wine and beer and casual conversation.

Lost Moon Radio presents The Complete Human Experience features performances by Jen Burton, Lauren Flans, Ryan Harrison, Dan Mahoney, Dan Oster, Frank Smith, Dylan Ris, Michael Wells, and Will Greenberg as Jupiter Jack. Written by Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Dylan Ris, and Dan Oster. Songs by Dylan Ris, Michael Wells, Ryan Harrison, Frank Smith, Rich Ramberg, and Duke Doyle. Lighting design by Brandon Baruch. Sound design by Dave McKeever. Choreography by Lauren Ludwig. Stage Managed by Jonas Newhouse. Produced by Gaalan Michaelson. Directed by Kat Vondy.

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The Sapphire Sisters

Since the late ’90s, The Sapphire Sisters’ Daughters of Our Mothers Festival has provided an annual opportunity for female-identifying musicians to find strength in harmony and sisterhood in song. And the coming together of this sacred community of esoteric folk musicians may never have been so important as it is this year. Just read the news, you guys. Now is a time for us to be marching, joining hands, setting cop cars on fire, and above all lifting our voices to sing. Because whether you’re a son, a daughter, a sister, a grandmother, or a father – we’re all daughters of our mothers.

This year’s line-up includes headliners The Sapphire Sisters, with special guests January Schonfeld and more!

THREE SHOWS ONLY!
March 16 – 18
Lyric Hyperion Theatre & Cafe
2106 Hyperion Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027

7:30PM – doors open!
8:00PM – show starts
(The Lyric Hyperion is open early – stop by for a drink before the show!)

GENERAL ADMISSION: $18
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: $13 (available until 2/21)

“These harmonies fight fascists”
$1 of each ticket sold will go toward supporting the Planned Parenthood Action Fund.

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The Sapphire Sisters are a creation of Lost Moon Radio and the festival features the talents of Jen Burton, Martha Marion, Lauren Flans, Leslie Korein, Lauren Ludwig, Jamie Hultgren, Ryan Harrison, Frank Smith, Dan Oster, Mikey Wells, Dylan Ris, Brandon Baruch, Dave McKeever, and Tori Lyon.

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La Weekly has named And the Drum — the immersive, experimental theater and dance production co-written by Lost Moon Radio’s own Lauren Ludwig and Martha Marion, produced by Monica Miklas, and based on Martha’s poetry — as one of the five “coolest and most creative experimental” works produced in Los Angeles in 2016. Nice! So let the record show, it’s not all novelty songs and yuk-’em-ups from Lost Moon company members. Sometimes they also make avant-garde theater, and when they do, it is ACCLAIMED.

You can read the full write-up here.

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Frederick, Elizabeth, & Susan

Yes, we all had a lot of fun in the spring learning how subtly hostile the crew of the Apollo 11, the crew of the R.M.S. Titanic, Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt, the Wright Brothers, and Jesus and His Disciples and their waitstaff were to one another. But there’s still so much historical dickery left to chronicle!

That’s why this Friday night we’re back with more Passive Aggressive History on Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack. This week’s installment features Frederick Douglass, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Susan B. Anthony, three crusading friends caught up in a conflict not of their own making in which surely everyone will come out looking great. And there are three more PAH episodes headed your way in the weeks ahead!

Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack airs Friday nights on truTV. Check local listings! Because there’s no horror of our current national reality that spending a bit of time with the past can’t cure.

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LMR Last Christmas Teaser

It’s hard to believe that it’s the last Christmas ever. But as we all know, it is. So Lost Moon will be sending off the centuries-old tradition in style with our biggest holiday show ever! There’s a big batch of new songs and sketches, mulled together with some of our seasonal classics. And on Friday and Saturday nights, stick around after the show for a holiday party! Join Lost Moon Radio at The Lyric-Hyperion Theatre & Cafe as we bid farewell to over seventeen-hundred years of egg nog, gift-giving, and gathering ’round the Christmas tree. We’ve saved the best one for last!

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Early Bird Special: Buy your tickets before midnight on 11/11 and get $5 off!

Lost Moon Radio Presents: The Last Christmas
December 8th, 9th, and 10th, 2016

The Lyric-Hyperion Theatre & Cafe
2106 Hyperion Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027

$15

Doors 7:30pm
Show 8:00pm

The cafe is open all night, so come grab dinner or a drink (beer, wine, coffee, etc.) before the show. And on Friday and Saturday, stick around for the afterparty!

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