Book by Jeffrey Kindley
Music & Lyrics by Craig Carnelia
Suggested by the book by Ralph Keyes
“Praise be, there’s something exciting happening in Queens! If you’re looking for some top-notch theatre at an unbeatable price, forget about Times Square. Just hop on the N train or take a quick drive across the Triborough Bridge and check out what’s happening at the Astoria Performing Arts Center (APAC). Three years ago this resident company set up shop in the basement of a neighborhood church, and started presenting a fresh mix of plays, musicals, staged readings and cabarets. The resulting buzz wasn’t just good — it was extraordinary.” –musicals101.com
2004 OFF-OFF BROADWAY THEATRE REVIEW AWARD:
Outstanding Production of a Musical
October 17 – 26, 2003
EQUITY APPROVED SHOWCASE
This is a “memory musical”. The stalwart cast plays various characters remembering the joy, the laughter and the pain of what it was like to go through high school.
Supported in part by the Presbyterian Church of Astoria and The Reverend Donald R. Olinger, D.Min. for their continued support.
“…there’s no excuse for today’s audiences to miss out on this production of ‘Musical Theatre’s best kept secret.'” -OOBR