Get ready New York! This December 2nd, relive all the inspiration of the greatest singer-songwriter of all time, Santiago Cruz, with his new “Tour Interplanetario.” Bring the entire family to enjoy this unique show at Queens College.Find out more »
A conversation with playwright John Guare moderated by Time Out NY theater critic Adam Feldman. Tony Award winner, Pulitzer
Prize finalist, and Oscar nominee John Guare is the author of A Free Man of Color, Six Degrees of Separation, and Landscape of the Body. He is also the founder and co-editor of the Lincoln Center Theater Review.
Ready, Set, Salsa! Don’t miss this one time performance of El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico at Kupferberg Center for the Arts! El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, commonly known as El Gran Combo, is a Puerto Rican Salsa orchestra.Find out more »
Mexican author Valeria Luiselli on fiction writing in America today. Named "5 under 35" by the National Book Foundation and included in The New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2015, Valeria Luiselli is the author of Sidewalks, Faces in the Crowd, and The Story of My Teeth, for which she won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Fiction.Find out more »
An evening of music and laughter with Phillippines' finest comedienne, TV Personality, Actress, Host and Singer, Fe delos Reyes.
Featuring very special guests Cecille Azarcon, Jam Morales and Odette Quesada.
Panel discussion on women in American theater with playwrights Lisa Kron (Tony Award winner for Fun Home), Kia Corthron (Windham-Campbell Literature Prize winner for Drama), Patricia Ione Lloyd (New Professional Theatre’s Emerging Playwright Award winner), and Monet Hurst-Mendoza (2017 Emerging Writers Group at The Public Theater and is a 2016-2018 Van Lier Fellow at New Dramatists). Moderated by former Newsday theater critic and NY Drama Critics’ Circle member, Linda Winer.Find out more »
We apologize for the inconvenience, at this time this event has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. Please contact your point of purchases for refund information.Find out more »
The Chorus is honored to be joined by guest performers, the Haiyun Chorus. Proceeds will benefit Selfhelp Community Services which provides over 5,000 Chinese elders with vital services including financial assistance, affordable housing, and services for homebound seniors.Find out more »
LOUIS ARMSTRONG'S "WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD" 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED IN BOROUGH-WIDE INITIATIVE Three Queens-based organizations collaborate to bring the legacy and music of Armstrong into all 62 branches of the Queens Library System April 23, 2017: Queens Library has joined forces with Louis Armstrong House Museum and theKupferberg Center for the Arts @ Queens College to launch a systemwide celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World" in all 62 branches of the library with free workshops, concerts,…Find out more »
**CURRENTLY THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT*** Comedy duo Desus and Mero are coming to Kupferberg Center for the Arts at Queens College to feature their “Bodega Boys” podcast on April 8th, 2018! The Bronx-bred buds will bring their thoughts on current events, pop culture, and day-to-day life to Lefrak Concert Hall at 8 p.m.Find out more »
A conversation with playwright Doug Wright moderated by Time Out NY theater critic Adam Feldman. Doug Wright earned the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award for his play I am My Own Wife. Other stage works include Grey Gardens (Tony Nomination), The Little Mermaid, and War Paint.Find out more »
A Bahn Mi sandwich, a Fence, and a Red Thread illustrate moments of loss, war, and rupture in this solo show that asks for audience participation in telling stories to find our way back to each other.Find out more »
The band, Static and Ben-El, was founded two years ago and immediately became the most successful band of all time in Israel, breaking every possible musical record, both on radio, and on the Internet throughout the country. They redefine Israeli sound with diverse influences of pop music, Latin music, reggaeton, oriental, Brazilian, African, electronic and classical, creating a unique and distinctive sound.Find out more »
“Fancy Free and Enigmatic” opens with the salute to Leonard Bernstein, for his 100th birthday year with Three Dances from his first major Broadway hit, Fancy Fre.e Next we will hear Mozart’s 23rd piano concerto.Find out more »
"A Pillow for Three" is a comedy play by renowned Persian director Farzan Deljou. It is a story of love, life, and laughter that takes Persian viewers on a journey looking at their own lives in the past few decades from an external lens.Find out more »
The Student Choreography Showcase features original choreography, costumes and lighting designs by Queens College students in the Department of Drama, Theatre & Dance. Join us in celebrating dance and creativity on the Queens College campus!Find out more »
Rimsky-Korsakov wrote the classical music’s most famous foray into the world of exoticism. His Scheherazade is clad in luxurious orchestral colors. – the fairy tales of the One Thousand and One Nights have never been told with more vibrancy!Find out more »
Our fifth annual Animals at the Museum exhibition will display artwork created by students from P.S. 22 (Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, Flushing), P.S. 129 (Patricia Larkin School, College Point) and P.S. 165 (Edith K. Bergtraum School, Flushing) with CASA (Cultural After School Adventures) and the Godwin-Ternbach Museum.Find out more »