Queens Girl in the World

August 12 - August 21

 Queens Girl In The World
August 12-21
By Caleen Sinnette Jennings. Directed by Dawn M. Simmons.

The Motown-infused story of Jacqueline Marie Butler, a Black teenager coming of age in the 1960s. Her joys, challenges, and heartbreak play out against the backdrop of the civil rights movement as she journeys from her familiar Queens neighborhood to a progressive, predominantly-Jewish private school in Greenwich Village. This funny, heartfelt, and entirely relatable show was performed virtually in the Hangar’s 2020 Virtual Season. Written as a solo show, the lead will portray over a dozen characters!

*-Preview performance

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OUTDOOR SEASON F.A.Q.S.

SPECIAL PERFORMANCES 

Preview: Thursday, July 22

Previews are shows performed in front of an audience prior to their official opening. The purpose of preview performances is to give the director and creative team a chance to experience the production with an audience present, while adjustments can still be made. This summer, the Hangar will offer one preview for each production.

Tuesday Talkbacks: Every Tuesday, stay after the show to hear the cast and
creative team share insights and answer questions.


 

TICKETS: Click Buy Tickets, or call 607.273.ARTS(2787).

 

SUBSCRIPTIONS

Subscriptions are available now, and tickets to individual shows will be available in May. Save big and reserve your seats now! Purchase a summer 2021 subscription HERE.

 


The Hangar will produce our full roster of summer programming live and in-person in the summer of 2021. This will include the Hangar Lab Company, an outdoor KIDDSTUFF season, The Wedge, and Next Generation School of Theatre classes.
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Director & Cast. Click images to read bios.