Emma Davis, Props Master, shows off the set dressing for The Explorers Club.

Emma Davis, Props Master, shows off the set dressing for The Explorers Club.

Lyric Arts has become a community that reaches beyond boundaries, bringing together artists, local community members, volunteers; allowing us all to share our love for art, theater, music, and giving back.

We hear stories on a regular basis about what Lyric Arts means to people who've worked here, brought their children to workshops here (or attended one themselves), volunteered, attended a concert, and seen our stage productions.

We want to hear from you!

We would love to hear your story! What makes Lyric Arts special to you? Why do you spend your time here? What does Lyric Arts offer the local and greater Twin Cities community that you enjoy? Do you have a special memory here? It's all fair game. We'd love to hear from you.

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The cast of Blithe Spirit taking a backstage group selfie, 2015

The cast of Blithe Spirit taking a backstage group selfie, 2015

long-time Lyric Arts Alum, Molly Jo Hall, in our production of Footloose, 2011

long-time Lyric Arts Alum, Molly Jo Hall, in our production of Footloose, 2011

Please note that we may share this story online, in printed pieces and in social media. We will protect your identity and not use last names or other identifiers to indicate who you are unless further permission is obtained. Thank you!

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