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Theatre Guide

Hip to Hip Theatre Company brings Shakespeare to Queens

William Shakespeare died some 400 years ago, but his plays are more popular than ever – he’s the most produced playwright in America, by far. And unlike all contemporary works, no royalties are due and no permission is required to make any changes in the texts. Comment

Springtime theater promises to delight in Queens

Try to put those recurring thoughts out of your mind because, hey, it’s spring, it’s warming up, and local theater is in full bloom. Here are three productions to put on your list. Comment

Ivy Lane Players have Queens roots


Ivy Lane Players have Queens roots

Once upon a time, Nassau County was part of Queens — until 1898, when Greater New York City was formed. It has lots of theater companies, and many Queens residents, actors and theatergoers venture east across the city border — no passport required — to see what these groups are up to. Comment

Give some love to community theater

Another awards season is winding down, capped off by Oscar’s big night this Sunday. Comment



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