QNYC Event Highlight: HIT-LIT

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    See what happens when the mob world meets the publishing world! On March 7, the Queens Theatre will host the world premiere of HIT-LIT, a play that has been described as “a mistaken-identity screwball comedy in the tradition of Tootsie.” A satire of the publishing world, this original work tells the story of Phoebe Saint-Anne, an ambitious young editor who is searching for the next best seller. It was penned by Emmy Award-winning actor, comedian and writer Robert Wuhl, who created and starred in the HBO series Arliss. His credits also include Flashdance, Bull Durham and Tim Burton’s Batman.

    Queens Theatre
    14 United Nations Avenue South, Flushing Meadows Corona Park
    Thursday, March 7, until Sunday, March 17
    Wed-Fri 7:30pm; Sat 8pm; Wed & Sat 2pm; Sun 3pm | $42 weekdays/$49 weekends

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