Queens Theatre and Theatre 167 present an evening of ten short plays exploring Flushing Meadows Corona Park. More…
From the Panorama to the Playground for All Children, the 1939 World's Fair to the 2016 U.S. Open, 'Park Plays' takes the audience on a journey celebrating the bold, inclusive spirit of the park that Queens Theatre calls home.
“‘G.O.A.T.’ comes third in the lineup, bringing a shimmering vitality and sharp discipline that have been missing until then…The program offers some interesting playwrights, including MJ Kaufman, whose ambitious ‘Ruthie at the Fair,’ set at the 1939 World’s Fair, doesn’t get the atmospheric production it demands…Don Nguyen’s terrific mini-comedy 'Race Day'...Beautifully directed by Ms. Hodges, this surprisingly moving play is the apex of the program’s first half." Full Review
See it if You are someone in love with the city of New York, particularly Queens, particularly Flushing Meadows/Corona.
Don't see it if You hate the idea of going to QUEENS to see theater.
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