THE first of three performances of "Broadway over Queen's, Act II" was held last night at Queen's College's Geoffrey Brown Auditorium. The performance featured students from both the primary and senior sections of the school, who sang and danced to some of the most popular, moving and memorable pieces from a number of the most beloved Broadway shows. The performance was described by a member of the audience as a "wonderful, entertaining and educational" way to spend an evening with the entire family, and Queen's College said the series is a rare opportunity for the public to join in and experience Broadway without leaving the Bahamas. The pieces are drawn from well known musicals such as: Dreamgirls, Sweeney Todd, Little Shop of Horrors and Hairspray. The show features the talent of Shaun Thompson (Home), Osano Neeley (The Impossible Dream), Patacia Rodriguez (And I am Telling You) and Shantwon Martin (Bui Doi), in addition to many others. The production is being directed by Queen's College alumnus and teacher Greg Deane, who is also a veteran of The Dundas stage, and will also feature the talent of well-known dancer and choreographer, Lawrence Carroll.