The musical, which will be performed again this weekend, included a tribute to high school songs across the borough sung by Alison Feuer Pascuzzi, left, Marcella Pogorelis, Jen Silverman, Don Gormanly and Matt Rosen.
Mark Lord wrote and directed “Let’s Hear It For Queens.”
Antiquous, played by Kieran Larkin, left, narrated the show, while cast members Rich Weyhausen and Paul Regan sang a part of the song “The Queens We Mean” — and they didn’t mean drag Queens.
Councilman Danny Dromm, left, talk show host Curtis Sliwa, borough president candidate Melinda Katz and Black Spectrum Theatre founder Carl Clay told the audience about historical Queens landmarks.
The Bayside Business Improvement District welcomed Santa Claus and the holiday lights to Bel…
Elected officials, area clergymen and dozens of onlookers gathered on Sunday night to watch …
South Ozone Park house brings holiday cheer to neighbors, passersby