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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.
Dig in with Lyric Arts Board Chair and Educator Olivia Bastian in the first of her four part blog series leading up to the opening of A WRINKLE IN TIME on our stage, Friday, May 4.
Donated bottles have already begun to “pour” in, but we need MANY more. If you are able to donate one or more bottles, read our blog to find out how... and get your tickets to "An Evening with Kate and Louis"
Be sure to sign up by April 11 at noon to get #WednesdayWrinkle blog updates that explore how the play experience differs from the book and the movie. Signing up also enters you win VIP tickets for you and three of your friends to see the show—popcorn and drink included!
Our May 19 benefit concert, An Evening with Kate & Louis, will be a night of fun and fundraising, including a special performance by two of Lyric Arts’ favorites: actor/singer, Kate Beahen, and Resident Music Director Louis Berg-Arnold. Together, they will treat the audience to a light-hearted evening of classic, favorite songs, and Kate promises there won’t be “too much gabbing.” Read more to find out what they WILL be doing.
"You will have an absolutely delightful night out when seeing this musical," says Twin Cities Theater Blogger Brett Burger of She Loves Me, Find out why by reading his review.
Watch Resident Director Scott Ford's Director's Take video to find out why he thinks seeing She Loves Me could affect your love life, no matter where you are in your journey!
Meet the cast filling the iconic roles in Steel Magnolias, which is being directed by Angela Timberman, a first time director here at Lyric Arts.
Theater is known for showcasing various and important aspects of life to which we can all relate One of these facets is, of course, love. In honor of Valentine's Day, we invite you to celebrate theater's most beloved couples in some of the most popular and romantic plays and musicals, three of which will soon be on the Main Street Stage.
AUDITION NOTICE: Final audition of our 2017-2018 season, Guys and Dolls! On February 19 and 20, Resident Director Matt McNabb is looking for a diverse group of actors, singers and dancers.