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A Message from APAC’s Artistic Director, Dev Bondarin

As we near the year’s end, APAC Artistic Director Dev Bondarin reflects on the past year’s successes, and explains how you (yes, you!) can help us continue our mission to bringing great theatre to the Astoria community and beyond. —– 2016 has been one for the record books for APAC! The strength of our wonderfully […]

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Please Consider APAC in your End of the Year Giving

Happy Holidays! One of the production designers on The Cottage this fall wrote the loveliest opening night card, thanking us at APAC for the experience, and saying that she had “finally found the artistic home in New York she was looking for.” APAC has been my personal artistic home these past six years, but it’s still such […]

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SPECIAL EVENT: Blood Brothers Audience Talk-back

Join us on Saturday, May 11th, directly following the 2:00pm Matinee Executive Director Taryn Sacramone will moderate a discussion on the visions and process behind APAC’s production of Blood Brothers. The panel will include Tom Wojtunik (Director), Christine O’Grady (Musical Staging), Julianne Merrill (Musical Director) and Cast Members Colleen Hawks (Mrs. Johnstone), Rowan Michael Meyer (Mickey), […]

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Announcing our 8th season of our successful Senior Stars Program!

A free 5 week program for Queens’ senior residents (60 years or over). Learn singing, dancing, and acting techniques while creating a new variety show that will debut in 2 public performances on, Saturday, June 22nd. AUDITION DATE: Tuesday, May7th 10:00am – 1:00pm. Sign in. We will see everyone who comes in to audition and signs in […]

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A Note from APAC: Billy Witch opening 11/3

Dear Friends, After a crisis, there is always the drive to get back to normal, to get back to business. Well, we are in a very strange business. Getting back to normal at APAC means producing a bawdy dark comedy set at summer camp – Billy Witch. We canceled the first three performances, but worked […]

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Update from APAC – Billy Witch Schedule Changes in Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

First, please know that everyone at APAC is concerned about our friends, especially those without power and those who lost property and are facing challenging recoveries from this unprecedented storm. This week, the Astoria community, including its elected officials and other community leaders, have gone above-and-beyond to minimize damage and communicate with the public in […]

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Drink to Support APAC!

Yes, you read that correctly. We’ve teamed up with two of our favorite Astoria restaurants and the next time you order select drinks through the month of May APAC receives a donation. So you can go out for drinks and support APAC at the same time. How cool is that? The details Have a Cocktail at the […]

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2012 Men of APAC Calendars Now Available at SITE in Astoria

Who wants to wait for their calendar to arrive in the mail? Well, now you don’t have to. You can grab your copy locally in Astoria. Take these APAC men home with you today by going to: SITE, located at 35-11 34th Avenue, between 35th and 36th Streets (Holiday Store Hours: Open everyday, 11-8pm) It’s […]

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TALKBACK: From Page to Stage – The Birth of a New Play

Join Artistic Director Tom Wojtunik, Playwright Ashlin Halfnight, and Director May Adrales on Saturday, Nov. 12th, following the 2pm matinee performance of A Hard Wall at High Speed. Moderated by Literary Manager Jennifer Lane, the panelists will discuss the development of A Hard Wall at High Speed and where new play development fits into APAC’s […]

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Try Our Picks for the Best Astoria Restaurants

Of course we love the theater in Astoria but we also love to eat. And you’ll be sure to find some of the best food right in our favorite borough. As you know nothing goes together like a night at the theater and great meal. Whether it’s before the show or after, here are some […]

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