Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Astoria Times

Boro youth film fest seeks entries

Legros Cultural Arts Inc. is seeking submissions in film/video for their upcoming Queens Youth Multicultural Film Festival. Comment.
Astoria Times

Big Apple Circus’ 30th marries old, new acts

When the Big Apple Circus arrives in Cunningham Park this year, it will marry its European style with Continental performers, so expect some old favorite acts and someone new, who is also sort of borrowed. And the only blue will be anyone who misses the show. Comment.
Astoria Times

Get on the bus

Heads bobbing like buoys in the open ocean, Jimmy Heath and Antonio Hart smile softly as pianist Jeb Patton works through a chord progression on one of Flushing Town Hall's baby grands. Comment.
Astoria Times

Western Queens Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Galleries & Exhibits Comment.
Astoria Times

The Play’s The Thing

In addition to my roles as theater columnist for the TimesLedger Newspapers and producer of The Outrageous Fortune Company, I have been known to practice law a profession that has enabled me to pay the bills for the last 45 years, although my first (and only) wife, Lois, has lately done more than her share. Comment.
Astoria Times

QStage

Cabaret LaGuardia Community College presents. Featuring a live professional band, full sets, costumes and lighting. From the award-winning Broadway musical about the rise of the Nazis in Berlin as viewed through the lens of a German cabaret. Comment.
Astoria Times

Magic and Music on the Stage

Beari Productions, founded by husband-and-wife team Rene and Debbie Bendana, was launched 11 years ago with a musical revue called "Magical, Musical Moments: Songs You Love to Hear." The show was so successful that they turned it into a regular series, each with its own theme. This past weekend, they opened No. 7 of the series, "MMM VII: Broadway and so much more!" Comment.
Astoria Times

APAC’s ‘Triumph of Love’ showcases musical talents

"Triumph of Love" has had little American stage time since it was written in the 18th century, but through Sunday at the Broccoli Theatre, the Astoria Performing Arts Center is breathing and singing the life back into Pierre de Marivaux's Commedia dell'Arte. Comment.
Astoria Times

A Murder is Announced

When a newspaper ad in the small town of Chipping Cleghorn announces that a murder will take place at the home of Letitia Blacklock, the residents assume it's a joke or a clever idea for a party. But to everyone's surprise, when the lights go out, a true murder is committed. Comment.

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