Desperate Measures Review

Witty, dramatic and intriguing, with incredible talent!

Desperate Measures is a musical comedy at the New World Stages.

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MEDUSA LACROSSE COMES TO WANTAGH!

Medusa Little Laxers Program is coming to the Wantagh for this first time this Fall for Girls & Boys Ages 3 to 8!

Due to popular demand, Medusa Lacrosse, the Garden City & Roslyn community’s premier, go-to youth lacrosse program is expanding to the Wantagh/Massapequa/Merrick area.  The Little Laxers program has introduced thousands of children ages 3-8 to the sport of lacrosse and helped nurture a love and passion for the game. Medusa is run by the Fiore sisters who were both 4 year starters on the G.C. High School Varsity Lacrosse Team and went on to play collegiate Division 1 level lacrosse at Princeton and Boston College.  The program is known for its energy, positivity, creativity and ability to break down all the core concepts and fundamentals into fun drills and games that are challenging, competitive and appeal to those children who are hesitant to try a new sport.

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DESPERATE MEASURES- A Musical Comedy Gone Wild

SADDLE UP & SEE WHY AUDIENCES HAVE BRANDED DESPERATE MEASURES A GRADE ‘A’ MUSICAL!

When the dangerously handsome Johnny Blood’s life is on the line, he must put his fate into the hands of a colorful cast of characters including a mysterious sheriff, an eccentric priest, a sleazy governor, a saloon girl gone good and a nun out of the habit.  Before the sun sets, will they rise up and pull off the greatest caper yet, or will Johnny be left hanging?

This witty and wild new musical comedy takes the Bard’s Measure for Measure and shakes things up!

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Andre Rieu is coming to NYCB LIVE

The iconic “King of the Waltz” Returns For Eleven Concerts in September 2018 and one of the venues he will be performing at is our very own NYCB Live in Uniondale.

On stage André’s incredible musical prowess, passion and charisma make for a magical spectacle. His romantic and fun shows are the only ones where people regularly jump to their feet and dance in the aisles. It’s not uncommon to see devoted American fans laughing, weeping, clapping, dancing and embracing when they listen to the beautiful waltzes, film scores, spirituals, musicals, folk songs and marches and André’s precious Stradivarius violin from 1732; his shows are a perfect mix of thrilling, romantic, festive and emotional melodies combined with surprises, balloons, beautiful soloists and of course André’s great sense of humor.

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