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Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012

The Play’s the Thing

Queens deserves another dedicated theater space

Does Queens have the theater it deserves? Considering that our borough is more than one-third the area of New York City with a population, if the last census really counted everyone, of about 2.25 million, are we a major player? Not that we don’t have a lot of theater companies — Roger Gonzalez on his new-and improved site LocalTheatreNY.com lists almost 30 — but how do we stack up against the competition? Comment

Friday, Sept. 14, 2012

Bayside

A composition for the ages

Boxes upon boxes of music and memories line the inside of William Zinn’s Bayside home. With a history like his, the longtime composer and performer has become well-versed in the language of music. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012

Flushing

Flushing dance show driven by Korean rhythms

A nuanced flicker of raised hands flew high above a graceful dancer’s head as instrumental Korean Sanjo music built the tempo in the theater of Flushing Town Hall. The Saturday evening performance of Yusun and Hosun Kang’s Traditional Dance and Beyond by the Korean Traditional Music and Dance Institute had begun and would proceed to spellbind the audience. Comments (1)

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