This summer, all the borough’s a stage: Part II 1

Nicole O’Connor, left, Cecilia Vaicels, Jim Haines, Malini Singh-McDonald, Nick Radu in The First String Players’ production of “Harvey.”

Among the dozen or so productions Queens community theatergoers will get to enjoy this summer is the classic Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy “Harvey,” Mary Chase’s 1944 claim to fame, coming back to life courtesy of The First String Players.

Jim Haines heads the cast as a man with an unseen (and presumably imaginary) friend named Harvey, described as a 6-foot, 3 1/2-inch rabbit. Haines’ Elwood P. Dowd is committed to a sanitarium, where a comedy of errors ensues.

Mary Lynch directs the cast that also includes Nicole O’Connor, Cecilia Vaicels, Malini Singh-McDonald and Nicholas Radu in featured roles.

Performances at Our Lady of Mercy Parish Hall (70-01 Kessel St., Forest Hills) are on July 14, 15 and 16 at 7 p.m. and July 17 at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $10 for general seating. For more information, call (718) 268-6143.

Sure to provide some enchanted evenings this summer is “South Pacific,” one of only a few musicals to have received the Pulitzer Prize. Highlighted by a grand score by Rodgers and Hammerstein, this romantic and dramatic stage adaptation of James A. Michener’s “Tales of the South Pacific” features songs like “This Nearly Was Mine” and “There Is Nothing Like a Dame.”

Presented by Jaben, USA, SuperNova Productions and The Josephine Foundation, the show will run at various times from July 22 to 30 at ICC Theater (7200-7250 Douglaston Pkwy., Douglaston).

General admission is $25; while VIP reserved seating is $40. For more information, call (516) 205-8169.

Another musical running this summer is “Little Shop of Horrors,” the macabre show about a man- (and woman-) eating plant, who also happens to sing!

The show, under the direction of Kathy Rollo-Ferrara and musical direction of Jon Riss, will be performed by St. Gregory’s Theatre Group, which has been presenting summer shows for decades.

Performances will run Aug. 4 to 14 at St. Gregory the Great Church (242-20 88 Ave., Bellerose). For more information, call (718) 989-2451.

“A Salute to the Tonys,” an original musical revue, is the summer offering from Theatre By The Bay. Described as “an homage of music, dance and scenes” saluting 50 years of musicals, the show features tunes from theater composers as varied as Richard Rodgers, Duncan Sheik and Jeanine Tesori.

The cast of more than 30 performers is under the direction of Cathy Chimenti, with musical direction provided by Andrew Dublin and choreography by Jenifer Badamo.

Performances at the Bay Terrace Garden Jewish Center (13-00 209 St., Bayside) are on July 10 and 17 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets are $22; $20 for seniors and children. For more information, call (718) 428-6363.

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