Aida's Dolenz to Be Featured in "Flights of Fancy" Exhibit

News   Aida's Dolenz to Be Featured in "Flights of Fancy" Exhibit The artwork of Micky Dolenz, who played Zoser in the final cast of Broadway's Aida, will be featured in an upcoming exhibition at the Long Island Museum of Science and Technology.
Micky Dolenz
Micky Dolenz

Entitled "Flights of Fancy," the exhibition will feature the works of Dolenz as well as Muhammad Ali, Ultra Violet, Blair Underwood and Candice Bergen. Baird Jones will be the curator of the exhibit, which runs Aug. 27-Sept. 18. Micky Dolenz was one of the stars of the sixties TV show "The Monkees," about a rock-and-roll band. The group sold over 65 million records, and their albums included "The Monkees," "More of the Monkees," "Headquarters" and "Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones, Ltd." Dolenz also starred in the West End musical The Point and later became a producer-director for the BBC and London Weekend Television. In 1996 the Monkees reunited for a 30 year summer tour around the U.S., and Dolenz also directed the hit TV show "Boy Meets World." His other theatre credits include Grease, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Tom Sawyer.

The Long Island Museum of Science and Technology is located in Garden City, NY at 1 Davis Avenue on the second floor. Call (516) 572-4058 for more information.

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