Top Things to Do with Kids in Queens this March
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See Tom Wopat, the star of stage shows like "Guys and Dolls" and TV programs like "Cybill," perform Broadway hits of the ‘40s and ‘50s at Queens Theatre.
Want to know how ballerinas dance on their toes or spin in place without getting dizzy? Curious about how many years of training it takes to become a ballet dancer? Those questions and more will be answered at Beauty of Ballet, when the world-famous School of American Ballet (the official academy of the New York City Ballet) returns to Queens Theatre for its second year to introduce children to—you guessed it—the beauty of ballet. A member of the school’s faculty and advanced students will illustrate how talented youngsters develop into accomplished classical ballet dancers. They will present examples of advanced classroom training exercises and excerpts from notable classical ballets like The Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty. Suggested for ages 4 and older. FREE!
Introduce the kids to a new culture as you take a folk-style musical journey through Mexico and South America with Tlen-Huicani at Queens Theatre.
There's nothing better than welcoming the start of spring after a long winter. Throughout the month of March, several Queens venues are giving families the opportunity to do just that. Click here for a list of our outdoor favorites.