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Looking Back to Opening Night

This week marks Allegro’s final week of performances- just four shows left! The past three weeks have flown by, and it seems like just a few days ago that we were celebrating our opening night at APAC Recommended Restaurant William Hallet. As a new staff member at the theatre, I had an amazing time- it was […]

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APAC Seeking New Executive Director

Astoria Performing Arts Center (APAC), Astoria’s premiere theatre organization, now in its 13th year, is seeking a new Executive Director. APAC is a professional theater company that complements award-winning theatrical productions with community programs for children and senior citizens. APAC is also engaged in the development of new works of theatre. APAC is an ambitious […]

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Summer Stars – Free Kids Program is Back! Auditions- 8/3

For the 11th year in a row, we’re proud to offer Summer Stars, a FREE performance program for children between the ages of 8-13 who reside in Queens. No past performance experience required.Over the course of 2 weeks of daily rehearsals, the Stars will develop an original show with a professional director and musical director. […]

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6/26 Party – What are we celebrating?

We’re having an end-of-season party at 5 Napkin Burger on Wednesday, June 26th from 5:30-8:30pm (GET YOUR TICKETS).   We have a lot of reasons to celebrate. Here are a few (in no particular order): #1  – APAC started the year by accepting the 2012 Caffe Cino Fellowship from the New York Innovative Theatre Awards. Kleban […]

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You’re invited to an End-of-Season Celebration on June 26th!

Our 12th season is drawing to a close this month.  We love a good party and there’s a lot to celebrate! BUY TICKETS We’re partnering with BORO Magazine, We Heart Astoria and Kaufman Astoria Studios to celebrate the end of our 12th season with a party at 5 Napkin Burger. You’ll receive your first drink […]

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BLOOD BROTHERS BLOG #14: Actress Hannah Lewis (The Secret Garden)

I played Mary in last spring’s APAC performance of The Secret Garden, and I was very excited to come back and see Blood Brothers. I was amazed at how much the space had changed. The first time I saw the space before The Secret Garden it was just a gym, then it was transformed into […]

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BLOOD BROTHERS BLOG #13: Assistant Stage Manager Jamie Rosler

Thursday night performance of Blood Brothers – an ASM’s point of view   Just before 6pm: I arrive in Astoria.  Swing by 7-11 for a large coffee (which I rarely drink and therefore fill with sugar, cream, and hazelnut syrup), a banana, and a bag of ranch Munchies.  Stroll in the sunshine back to the […]

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BLOOD BROTHERS BLOG #12: Audience Member Jonathan Thompson

I first encountered Blood Brothers twenty years ago as a teenager growing up in a tiny town in Oregon. I saw the Broadway cast of Blood Brothers perform a medley from the show on the Tony Awards and I loved it. I managed to find the CD and I listened to the unusual, haunting songs over and over but […]

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BLOOD BROTHERS BLOG #11: Assistant Director Mark Falconer

Tom Wojtunik first told me that he was interested in directing Blood Brothers just about this time last year, when we were working on The Secret Garden together. To be honest, I wasn’t thrilled. My first experience with APAC was as an audience member – I took the trip to Astoria to see Children of […]

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BLOOD BROTHERS BLOG #10: Actress Kayla Wickes

So since Rowan Michael Meyer already wrote a piece that embodies everything I feel about this production of Blood Brothers, I thought I would share something different. I always make playlists for every show I’m in.    Because APAC has this neat blog thingy, I figured I would make this playlist public. Some of it is a […]

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