Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Arts

United in song

Ragtime performer Rick Benjamin hopes his upcoming concert in Forest Hills will transport Queens residents to a time far from now, when vaudeville stars were kings and music had begun to tear at the seams of racial segregation. Comment.
Arts

BroadHollow’s jukebox musical exudes retro ’60s charm

I’ve rarely heard a musical referred to as “cute,” but Roger Bean’s “Why Do Fools Fall in Love,” now at the Broadhollow Theatre in Elmont, fits the bill nicely. Comment.
Film

The Reel Queens: ‘Dirt!’ to join stone masterpieces at Noguchi Museum

The museum, located at 9−01 33rd Rd. in Long Island City, will show “Dirt! The Movie,” a feature−length environmental documentary on soil, from its social, economic and political impact as well as its degradation, on Sunday at 3 p.m. Comment.

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