More guests: Q LIVE in New York City

Q is headed back to New York City for a sold-out live audience show. Additional guests now confirmed: pop icon turned Broadway composer Cyndi Lauper, actor and comedian David Cross from Arrested Development and an all-NYC version of Q's media panel. Plus live performance by Vampire Weekend and a feature interview with Alan Alda.

If you're in New York City, there will be a rush line for any unclaimed seats, starting at 6 PM at the Gerald Lynch Theater in Manhattan. The line up for rush tickets will form outside the main entrance on 59th Street. Ticket holders must arrive at the venue before 6:45 PM to guarantee entry. No late admission.

If you missed your chance to get tickets, you can catch our live video stream, right here at www.cbc.ca/q starting at 7 PM Eastern Time on Thursday, March 28. Q producers will also be hosting a live chat, here and on Twitter, with the hashtag #QinNYC.

More about the show:

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Brooklyn-based indie superstars Vampire Weekend, join Jian for a feature chat and preview songs from their highly anticipated forthcoming record, Modern Vampires of the City. Comedian and actor David Cross on the return of the critically acclaimed sitcom Arrested Development, launching on Netflix in May.
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Grammy-winning pop icon (and Queen's native) Cyndi Lauper on her debut Broadway musical Kinky Boots.Six-time Emmy and Golden Globe award winner Alan Alda sits down for a feature interview about his life and career, including his iconic role as Hawkeye Pierce in M*A*S*H and his work as an advocate for science education.

Q LIVE in New York City is produced with the support of:

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The show will air on the Friday, March 29 edition of Q. 

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