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for: ‘March, 2015’

Playmaking 2015 – Round Two!

In this week’s blog post, Playmaking teacher┬áSusan Willerman explains her process with the students, and makes us all wish we were still in middle school. _____________________________________________________________ The first day of Playmaking is always a special day! We ask the kids why they think people write plays. This time around, answers we got: to entertain people, […]

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Greetings from Heather Shields, APAC’s Interim Executive Director

In this week’s blog, Heather Shields, APAC’s new Interim Executive Director shares her history with and excitement about working with APAC. Welcome Heather!_______________________________________________________________________________________________ Within moments of setting foot off of the N train for a friend’s Kentucky Derby party back in 2008, I was plotting my move to Astoria. Well, at least as soon as […]

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Writers’ Reflections on the Midwinter Reading Series

In February, APAC hosted our Midwinter Reading Series at the Queens Council on the Arts. It featured a play, Carefully Taught, by Cheryl L. Davis and a musical, Love, Always, by Bill Connington and Michael Cooper. We asked the writers of these pieces to share their experiences for the APAC Blog. Here’s what they had […]

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