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Lyric Arts is requesting early submissions for Latinx actors interested in auditioning for roles in Evita and African-American actors interested in roles for A Raisin in the Sun. Learn how to submit for early consideration.
We are thrilled to announce the cast for our first production of our 23rd season, If/Then, opening September 7. Get the full cast list now!
You could win a “dinner and a show” prize package including a $100 gift card to Pour! Wine Bar and Bistro in Champlin, and two tickets to a Lyric Arts show! Make a donation to Lyric Arts before June 30 to be entered into our drawing! Find out how your donation can help us continue telling our stories!
“I love that this play takes place in a beauty salon. It’s the place we women go when we need a lift,” says Director Angela Timberman. Watch more of our interview with her….
First of all, it is important to remember that finding broader meaning (beyond just the play itself) is always an individual’s job. We all see different ideas in art of any kind. So it is with this book and play. Explore the themes in our final #WednesdayWrinkle blog.
We are so excited to be gearing up for our May 19 benefit concert and fundraiser! You won’t want to miss this year’s Silent Auction. Check out the items for which YOU just might want to have the winning bid!
In our third #WednesdayWrinkle blog, Olivia Bastian explore the various types of conflict that Meg faces. Also, is it Sci-Fi or Fantasy?
An Evening with Kate & Louis will not only feature a concert of your favorite songs, it will also be a night of FUN-draising with exciting activities for your enjoyment, delicious treats, and chances to win some incredible prizes. Find out what’s new this year!
We are thrilled to announce the cast for our upcoming production of "Guys & Dolls," opening July 13. The very large cast will feature some new faces as well as many who are familiar to our patrons.
At the play, A WRINKLE IN TIME, you will meet fascinating and complex characters.
Have you ever felt that you were different from everyone else and that being different was a horrible thing? I know I have. That is exactly the way Meg, Charles Wallace, and Calvin feel when we first meet them.