The shoot for Harold & Kumar 3 will be taking place on Austin St. near Ascan this Tuesday.
Catcalls and technical problems marred the preview performance of the most expensive production ever staged on Broadway.
|Interior of the Gothic sanctuary towards the altar.|
|Looking out from the altar towards the balcony.|
|One of the church's many enriching stained glass works.|
|The 1895 First Presbyterian Church of Newtown is moved during the 1920s, and Queens Blvd is expanded to its current size today. The congregation and riggers worked diligently to spare the church from demolition, and this could potentially be the largest and heaviest building ever moved in New York!|
|A rare glimpse of rural Queens Boulevard with the First Presbyterian Church of Newtown & humble frame houses. The church's original huge steeple doubled the height of the building, and was sacrificed during the move. ~ Courtesy of the Michael Perlman Postcard Collection.|
|More stained glass beauty of the 19th century. They sure don't make 'em like they used to!|
|Spiritual scenes transcend from the artist's vision to reality.|
|An 1895 Gothic masterpiece is a one & only encounter on Queens Blvd! Visualize farmland with frame houses mere steps from this edifice 115 years ago.|
|John Goldsmith Payntar left $70,000 in his will for the new 1895 church building. "Payntar Memorial" is inscribed above the entranceway. Stained glass windows and Gothic ornamentation create an empowering entry, which is complemented by its hand-carved wood doors with intricate brass handles. These are a few of many authentic features which merit restoration, before they are lost forever.|
|A closer eye on the Gothic facade with stained glass overlooking Queens Blvd.|
|The charming 1931 limestone & brick Church House annex on Seabury St consists of recreational facilities, performance space, and classrooms. It is also in great need of restoration and upgrades.|