222-05 56th Avenue
Bayside, NY 11360
Description: Broadway’s Next H!t Musical is NYC’s original, award-winning improved musical comedy! Broadway’s Next H!t Musical abandons the same ol’ song and dance to create a brand new, fully improvised musical comedy. Every lyric, melody and “jazz hand” choreography is made up on the spot to create a show that is spot-on, energetic and absolutely hilarious. Be a part of the musical comedy you are bound to love – after all, YOU created it! The show features improve superstars Deb Rabbai, Rob Schiffmann, Robert Z. Grant, Cobi Libii, Stefan Schick, Rebecca Vigil, host Greg Tiggs plus pianists Eric March, Andrew Resnick and Gary Adler. “Hilarious” raves The New York times, “Brilliant” says TheaterWeek.
Venue Description: For more than 45 years, Queensborough Performing Arts Center, located on the Queensborough Community College campus in Bayside, has served as an outpost of culture to its surrounding community. QPAC offers a central location near many local restaurants, making it an excellent destination for a family night out.
The center has both a professional and a children's series, providing programming for every age. The children's series is brought to the community in conjunction with a book club, a reading program that helps introduce young children to the joys of reading by staging the books chosen. The children's performances held at QPAC make for a great birthday party activity. QPAC provides a private location for lunch, discounted front-row seats, and a "Happy Birthday" serenade from the stage.
For further information on hosting a birthday party at QPAC, contact 718-631-6311. The center can also be rented for private functions and is especially suited to events like concerts, lectures, and plays. To find out how you can host an event at QPAC, call 718-631-6311.
The Queensborough Performing Arts Center is located at 222-05 56th Avenue in Bayside. For more information, call 718-631-6311 or visit qcc.cuny.edu/qpac.
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