Sunday, March 22, 2009

42nd Street - The Musical

There are several local newspapers like the Queens Tribune and Queens Tribune which advertise interesting events. It is very expensive to see a Broadway show so it is nice to see a production by a local community group at a much lower cost. Today we went to the Marathon Jewish Community Center in Douglaston to see a production of 42nd Street. The play premiered on Broadway in 1980 and ran for 3500 shows in 9 years. It was based on the 1933 musical film. this production even featured live music. We enjoyed the show.

2 comments:

nycjobs said...

Yes, there's nothing like a local community paper to keep one abreast of what's going on in your neck of the woods (unlike a national paper like USA Today and the Wall St. Journal)

>>>There are several local newspapers like the Queens Tribune and Queens Tribune<<<

Did you mean another Queens paper (ie, the Chronicle, Courier, Ledger...)?

Bruce S said...

Frank, yes there are several local Queens newspapers that we pick up for free every week.

 
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