January 19th

Theatre 167's Jackson Heights Trilogy @ Queens Museum 
An Immersive Installation
Sunday, January 19th from 2pm-5pm
Appropriate for all ages
Admission is free with a suggested donation to the museum

Experience the Trilogy as you've never seen it before!

The Jackson Heights Trilogy

Completely re-imagined and re-staged to celebrate the re-opening of Queens Museum!


Subway: Take the 7 train to Mets-Willets Point. Exit toward Flushing Meadows Corona Park (not the Citifield side). 

Take the free shuttle bus to the museum. Pickup is below the subway stop from 1-8pm. Shuttle bus leaves from Roosevelt Ave. and loops every 15 minutes or so.

walk through the park & follow signs for the museum, which is next to the Unisphere. 

Driving: Go to Grand Central Parkway West, and exit at the Tennis Center exit (9P), turn right, and follow the signs to the museum. 

Want to experience the immersive trilogy but can't come Sunday? Actors will be rehearsing through the museum this Saturday from 12-6. Catch the trilogy-in-progress!

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Your Friends at Theatre 167

Who's Who
is three plays conceived and directed by Ari Laura Kreith: 
167 TONGUES by Jenny Lyn Bader, Meny Beriro, J.Stephen Brantley, Alvin Eng, Steven Fechter, Jennifer Gibbs, Les Hunter, Anna Kushner, Rehana Mirza, Suzanne Sheptock, Stefanie Zadravec

YOU ARE NOW THE OWNER OF THIS SUITCASE by Mando Alvarado, Jenny Lyn Bader, Barbara Cassidy, Les Hunter, Joy Tomasko, Gary Winter and Stefanie Zadravec
JACKSON HEIGHTS 3AM by Jenny Lyn Bader, J.Stephen Brantley, Ed Cardona Jr., Les Hunter, Tom Miller, Melisa Tien and Joy Tomasko

The actors appearing in the Queens Museum International are:

Varin Ayala*, Farah Bala*, J.Stephen Brantley*, Rajesh Bose*, Arlene Chico-Lugo*, Ross DeGraw*, Jyotsna du Ciel*, Nick Fehlinger, Marcelino Feliciano, Todd Flaherty*, Samuel T. Gaines*, Israel Gutierrez*, Vanessa Hernandez*, Alex Kip*, Michele Leavy*, Ephraim Lopez*, Anthony Vaughn Merchant*, Sergey Nagorny,  Claudia Schneider*, Indika Senanayake*, Lipica Shah*, Gen Parton Shin, Marshall Spann*, and Nela Wagman*.
•performing courtesy AEA

The January 19th immersive event is re-envisioned for the museum by Ari Laura Kreith, Jenny Lyn Bader, and Joy Tomasko. 

The Production Stage Manager is Abbey Bay.

Angie Sohlberg served as Dramaturg. The Assistant Director is Rebeca Radoszkowicz. The production intern is Frankie Wang. Video artists are Jack Feldstein and Richard Shpuntoff. 

Pictured above: ensemble in Jackson Heights 3AM; Nela Wagman in You Are Now the Owner of This Suitcase; Vanessa Hernandez and Gish Jen in 167 Tongues; Rajesh Bose and Imran Sheikh in Jackson Heights 3AM; 
Alex Kip, Nick Fehlinger, and Ross DeGraw in Jackson Heights 3AM. 

All photos © Joel Weber

This event is made possible in part by the Queens Council on the Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.


"An epic song of the world's most diverse neighborhood!"


"Wonderful theatre... full of humor, heart, and imagination... with highly inventive writing."


"Top 5 Pick of the Week!"

PBS/Channel 13 Sunday Arts Blog

 "A beautifully conceived portrait of a complicated neighborhood"


 "I had the feeling I was seamlessly dropping in and out of all these different cultures just by walking down the street." 

-—The New York Times

 "I just returned from seeing something truly wonderful."