Curious Frog Theatre Presents our Summer Season 2010

MOST PERFORMANCES AT 4:00 PM -- SEE BELOW FOR START TIMES
PERFORMANCES ARE FREE!

Saturday, July 31, Astoria Park Great Lawn, Queens
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Sunday, August 1, Astoria Park Water Walk, Queens
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Saturday, August 7, Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn
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Sunday, August 8, Astoria Park Water Walk, Queens
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Saturday, August 14, Prospect Park, Brooklyn
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Sunday, August 15, Waterside Plaza, Manhattan
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Sunday, August 22, Battery Park, Manhattan
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Saturday, August 28, Queensbridge Park, Long Island City
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Sunday, August 29, Pelham Bay Park, Bronx
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Saturday, September 4, Waterside Plaza, Manhattan
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Sunday, September 5, Inwood Hill Park, Manhattan
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Astoria Park
Great Lawn: Saturday, July 31, 2010 | 1:00 PM
Water Walk: Sunday, August 1, 2010 | 4:00 PM
Water Walk: Sunday, August 8, 2010 | 4:00 PM

Astoria Park is located at 19th Street and Ditmars Boulevard in Queens. The nearest train stop is the Ditmars Blvd on the N (this is the last stop on the train). Via car, the best route is the Queensboro Bridge (if you are coming from Brooklyn, the Pulaski Bridge via McGuiness is also convenient). The performances will be nearest 19th Street & Ditmas Blvd.

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> Visit the NYC Parks Astoria Park Page
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Fort Greene Park
Saturday, August 7, 2010 | 4:00 PM

Fort Greene Park is the heart of Brooklyn. You can take just about any train (even the G!): A/C to Lafayette Avenue, G to Fulton Street, D, N, Q, R to DeKalb Avenue or the 2, 3, 4, 5 to Atlantic Avenue or Nevins Street. Via car (from Manhattan), take either the Manhattan or Brooklyn Bridge. The performance is nearest Myrtle Avenue, on the lawn behind the parkhouse.

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> Visit the NYC Parks Fort Greene Park Page

Prospect Park
Saturday, August 14, 2010 | 4:00 PM

Prospect Park is the heart of Brooklyn. Most train lines get you in the vicinty, with the most proximate stops being the 2/3 to Grand Army Plaze, F to 15th Street/Prospect Park West, or the B/Q to Prospect Part. Via car (from Manhattan), take either the Manhattan or Brooklyn Bridge and head up Flatbush Ave.

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> Visit the NYC Parks Prospect Park Page

Waterside Plaza, Manhattan
Sunday, August 15, 2010 | 6:00 PM
Saturday, September 4, 2010 | 6:00 PM

Waterside Plaza is at the intersection of 23rd Street and the FDR. The nearest train is the 6 to 23rd Street, or the
L to First Avenue
(and honestly, neither is that close -- allow yourself 15 minutes walking). Several buses will get you closer. The M16 is best, and the M15 and M9 will also get you quite close. Only the M16 crosses the FDR. Best crossing points on foot are at 23rd Street (street level), and 25th Street (walkway) -- or walking up from the East River Park is nice (cross at 8th, 10th and Houston).

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> Visit the Waterside Plaza site

Battery Park, Manhattan
Sunday, August 22, 2010 | 4:00 PM

Battery Park is the base of Manhattan -- most Manhattan lines have a stop nearby (be wary -- the J/M/Z doesn't on the weekend!), but the best are the 1 to South Ferry (all ten cars now!), or the 6 to Bowling Green.

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> Visit the The Battery Conservancy Website

Queensbridge Park
Saturday, August 28, 2010 | 4:00 PM

Queensbridge Park is just north of the 59th Street Bridge, right at the river. Take the F train to 21st Street, and head West on 41st Ave. If you are driving, take the 59th Street bridge, and use the 21st Street exit, and take right on 21st Street to 40th Avenue (which is north of the bridge). .

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> Visit the NYC Parks Queensbridge Park Page

Pelham Bay Park
Plutus: Saturday, August 29, 2009 | 4:00 PM

Performance is at the South Meadow Picnic Area (left of the dog run). Directions:

By Car: The Bruckner Expressway/New England Thruway has two park exits, "Country Club Road/Pelham Bay Park" and "Orchard Beach/City Island." So does the Hutchinson River Parkway at "Pelham Parkway East" and "Orchard Beach/City Island." Pelham Parkway serves as a cross-town route to the parke.

By Subway: Take the IRT Number 6 line to its last stop, Pelham Bay Park.

> Get Customized Transit Directions from Hopstop
> Visit the NYC Parks Pelham Bay Park Page

Inwood Hill Park
Sunday, September 5, 2010 | 4:00 PM

Inwood Hill Park is located at 207th Street and Seaman Avenue in upper Manhattan. The nearest train stop is the 207th Street A Train (this is the last stop). Via car, the best route is the Henry Hudson/9A to the Riverside exit. The performances will at "The Peninsula", just past the Nature Center.

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> Visit the NYC Parks Inwood Hill Park Page