Staten Island Tickets
Staten Island is a borough of New York City. It is separated by the New York Bay and is the least populous of all the boroughs. It is also home to one of the largest landfills of the world. This is being converted into a public park, which is going to be the second largest in the state.
- Brian Regan, St. George Theatre tickets for 03/31 08:00 PM at St. George Theatre ,Staten Island ,NY
- Fri Mar 31 2017
- Peppa Pig's Big Splash, St. George Theatre tickets for 04/29 05:00 PM at St. George Theatre ,Staten Island ,NY
- Sat Apr 29 2017
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Venues of Staten Island
Staten Island is connected to the rest of the city by a network of bridges. The "Outerbridge Crossing: Goethals Bridge" connects it to New Jersey and the "Verrazano Narrows" connects it with Brooklyn. It, however, is not connected to the subway system of the greater New York. The island remains a tourist attraction, for it provides excellent views of the Statue of Liberty and provides access to the onlookers to the Ellis Island through ferries. The island is also rich in its entertainment scene, inviting artists, singers, athletes and actors to perform there every year. This spring, audiences will be able to find Staten Island tickets for a number of different events.
The city has been the backdrop to a number of Hollywood films. It was where "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" was shot. Two of Al Pacino’s greatest works were also filmed here; "The Godfather" and "Scent of a Woman". It was also backdrop for "A Beautiful Mind" and "School of Rock". Other than being the setting for films, the island has also been home to some talented writers. "American Wildflower" is a novel by Bobby Clark and revolves around the life on the island. Another great writer, Lois Lowry was also born and raised here.
Staten Island also has excellent theatre programs for budding actors and directors. The famous "St. George Theatre" is a performing arts centre that provides the public with educational programs, touring companies that perform on Broadway, television and film outlets and much more. The new NBC drama, "Smash" shoots several of their episodes here.
The city will soon be home to the popular comedy tour by Joan Rivers. The resident New Yorker will be travelling around the state and doing what she does best—standup comedy. Her self-deprecating and dark humor, poking fun at her cosmetic surgeries and those of others in Hollywood is her main comedic style. She has been performing on stage since the 1960s and her experience has allowed her to judge exactly what an audience wants and at what time. Moreover, having spent much of her life in New York, her show at Staten Island will be relatable as well as entertaining.
The Phineas and Ferb theatrical show will also be playing in the city very soon. This is the event that will allow children to see their favorite cartoon characters in a completely different manner. As for those looking for a different kind of entertainment, Staten Island tickets for several other events can be found online.