Queens Theatre is preparing to move to a new ticketing system!

Tickets purchased now for any events after April 1 will be reissued through the new system after April 1 and available at Box Office Will Call on the day of the performance. Print At Home tickets will not be valid for entry for any event after April 1.

Venue Events

Venue Events are produced and presented by third parties who have rented Queens Theatre facilities and are using box office services. Learn more about renting at Queens Theatre.

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Getting Here

Queens Theatre is located at 14 United Nations Avenue South in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, directly under the iconic towers of the New York State Pavilion. We are easily accessible by car, bus and subway.

The cast of Once Upon a Mattress from the Lexington School for the Deaf performing the show at Queens Theatre
Theater For All

We aim to provide quality and diverse performing arts activities that are economically and geographically accessible to all. We are also making an intentional effort to work with more artists from the Disability community and to learn from other cultural institutions who are offering more accessibility services to their patrons and audience members.

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