Once again the Astoria Performing Arts Center turns things over to the older set for this weekend’s Senior Stars.
This year’s show, “Senior Stars 2014: Seniors Sing the Silver Screen,” is a musical stroll down memory lane with 15 Queens residents over the age of 60 performing songs from the silver screen.
“Where has this been all my life?” cast member Frances Luhmann McDonald wrote on APAC’s website. “Twice weekly I find out I can sing (a little) dance (very little). It makes it fun to be 80 and ‘Stayin’ Alive.’”
The revue takes place Saturday, June 21, with shows at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Tickets are $15/adults, $12/seniors and students and $5/for children under 5, and can be reserved by e-mailing APAC.