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In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we asked our intern, Clare Bender, a literary student, to examine the the Langston Hughes poem that exemplifies many of the thoughts and themes portrayed in Superior Donuts.
To all of you who responded to our year-end giving appeal, a great big THANK YOU from all of us at Lyric Arts! Your generosity—and your love of Lyric Arts—helped us raise over $55,000 in November and December, exceeding our $45,000, year-end goal!
Meet the cast of the beloved children's classic A Wrinkle In Time! We are thrilled to have one of the members of our youth theater ensemble joining the cast. Who is it? Read the blog to find out.
The area premiere of Superior Donuts is coming to Lyric Arts on Friday, January 12. To learn more about the show and what Resident Director Matt McNabb hopes the audience will experience, watch our Director's Take video.
Not sure if theater workshops are right for your child? Read the linked article to find out the positive results of a child who engages with theater. Encourage the young artist in your family today!
Watch our interview with Bradley Beahen as he shares his journey from original cast member of "Forever Plaid: Plaid Tidings" to music directing our production of the show this holiday season.
Christmas is just one week away! Scrambling to get everyone the perfect gift? Call or order today for Gift Certificates to arrive on-time. Or stop by the box office anytime this week!
Twin Cities Theater Blogger Brett Burger says, "Lyric Arts picked a winner this season and casts it perfectly for the holidays." Find out what else he had to say!
When talking about Forever Plaid, Plaid Tidings, Director Sean Byrd says people are "looking for something that will allow them to step back into those memories that they have of things from the past, ways that they feel about certain Christmas songs, or ways that they feel about certain moments, holiday moments, in their lives."
Watch the full Director's Take video to find out more about what he has to say.
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.