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:
Q LIVE in New York City is produced with the support of:
The show will air on the Friday, March 29 edition of Q.
| 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.|
| 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.