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The holidays are here at Lyric Arts! Our lobby is decorated with shiny ornaments and twinkling lights, and we’ve added a new touch this year. The white birch trees in the lobby have been transformed into Giving Trees, hung with very special, holiday gift tags.
Our year-end fundraising has begun and Give to the Max Day is just one week away on Thursday, November 16. Read more about how you can be a part of our story and help us reach our year-end financial goals of $45,000. If you choose to donate, please share this blog using the #GTMD17 and #LoveLyricArts to help spread the word!
Director Elena Giannetti says "Coney Island Christmas is a lovely, homespun show about a young girl finding her voice in 1935 America. It's about family and traditions and what it means to be American both in 1935 and today. It's got such an enduring quality that everyone will be able to connect with..."
Watch the full Director's Take video to find out more about what she says about the show.
Do you have a kid that loves to sing in the shower? Dance around the house? Create amazing stories with their imaginations? Then, Lyric Arts Academy is the place for you to allow them to focus that creative energy and take their imagination to new heights. Read on to find out about our Winter/Spring Workshops offered in 2018. Early Bird Deadline is Dec. 8
Cherry and Spoon says "It all makes for a perfectly silly evening of theater. In the real world, there may be tragedy tomorrow (and yesterday and next week), but there is only comedy tonight at Lyric Arts!" Find out what else she had to say!
You Can't Take It With You is cast! Check out the the list of incredibly talented actors who will bring this hilarious play to life on Lyric Arts Main Street Stage.
We invite you to watch our tribute video showcasing Scott Ford's work and the people he has impacted through his work over the past 10 years here at Lyric Arts Main Street Stage.
Flavio Betrayed: A Commedia opens on Friday, Oct. 13. Interested in learning more about the art of commedia? Watch as Resident Director and Writer Scott Ford shares his passion for the art of commedia and the fun of Flavio. He assures audiences that they will laugh... loud and often.
In the last few months, we have welcomed several new board members -- so we thought we would introduce you to them. Our wonderful board members serve as greeters at our performances so be sure to welcome them to the Lyric Arts team!