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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!
As for one of the show's newest actresses, Kate Beahen, Cherry and Spoon says, "Kate is great fun to watch, especially as she watches Patsy, expressing Louise's love and admiration for her friend and her music."
Director Elena Giannetti has found the cast to play the colorful characters of this charming and captivating Christmas play. To find out more about who you will see on stage this holiday season, click to read more.
From one quartet to the next, Armando Ronconi, currently starring in "Anything Goes" has been cast in Forever Plaid: Plaid Tidings, opening Thursday, Nov. 20 as part of our holiday season of shows. Read on to see more about who has been cast in this fun holiday musical revue.
Cherry and Spoon says "Director Scott Ford has assembled a fantastic cast of Lyric favorites and newcomers. In the latter category, Jaclyn Juola as Reno is a wonderful addition to the #TCTheater scene and I look forward to seeing more of her.
Photo Credit: Soul Photography and Media
Great choreography is essential to a great musical. We sat down with Lauri Kraft, the choreographer of "Anything Goes" at Lyric Arts to learn more about her role in creating a show.
What do you get when you take three little girls, one smart and savvy workshop instructor and give them a week to talk about what they want to be when they grow up? You get Lyric Arts Academy's summer workshop "The Wonderful Things You'll Do"
Check out this short video of our creative kids at work!