This summer, Flushing Town Hall will present a spectacular lineup of programing – with new series, exciting performances, special events and more to delight diverse audiences from the five boroughs and beyond. Flushing Town Hall launched the summer season with a news conference on Tuesday, June 23.
In July, NPR’s The Moth StorySLAM returns to Queens for open-mic storytelling, with the evening’s theme, “Business: Selling Out or Buying in.” This July also will see the return of, the popular yoga evenings in the garden and a new six-part lecture and dance workshop series, which focuses on the arts in Queens’ many diverse immigrant communities. In mid-summer, the 38th Asian American International Film Festival will – for the first time ever – take place in Flushing.
To kick off August, The Catskills Comes to Queens will be a farm-to-table extravaganza, featuring twenty chefs from restaurants citywide serving up dishes made with the finest ingredients from the region. There also will be two special puppetry performances as part of the Family Programming Series: Holding Up Half the Sky, from Chinese Theatre Works, and the renowned Montreal company Le Théâtre de deux mains putting on their production of The Swan, based on The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen.
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