The 2018 Lyric House Concert Series
This Year’s Performance Line Up
The Lyric Theatre Programs
Lyric’s Small Parts Players
Small Parts Players – Act I & Act II, began its first season of production in 2000 and has been going strong ever since! This after-school program puts on 2 to 4 theatre productions per school year and is a great way for children to build skills in the performing arts. While given the opportunity to explore this creative form of expression, this program also helps children develop reading and speaking skills through performance. Small Parts Players is offered to children in two age groups, Act I – 7 through 12 years of age, and Act II – 13 through 18 years of age. The Act I age group meets in the Lyric Annex, 516 Chestnut Street, Virginia, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. The Act II age group meets in the Annex Wednesdays & Fridays, 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Double check the Lyric calendar in case the groups are on a breaks. Registration is $75 per production. For more information contact: Pete Pellinen, Director: 218-780-1264. Follow us on Facebook!
New Home for the Lyric’s Small Parts Players. The Lyric Center for the Arts is now moving onto Phase 4 of its reconstruction. Phase 4 is the development of the Lobby and a 120 Seat Performance Space for Lyric’s growing and popular Small Parts Players children’s theatre! Please join us, make a donation today, as we move on to the exciting new Phase 4!
Lyric’s Iron Range Real Regional Players
Renovations at the Lyric Center for the Arts go well beyond wielding hammers and installing new windows! The adult threatre program is currently undergoing a complete re-organization. For mor information contact: Lyric Center for the Arts . 218.741.5577. Also, Follow us on Facebook!
The Lyric Spoken Word Program
Words & Lyrics
Join us as we celebrate the art of the spoken word! Words & Lyrics meets the first Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. This monthly tradition takes place at the First Stage Gallery, 510 Chestnut St., Downtown Virginia, Minnesota. Read your own, or work by a favorite writer, or sit back, listen and enjoy as you start your month off with the Spoken Word. This event is free and open to everyone!
Published Writers: to be considered for a reading, please provide a website where we might read examples of your work along with the following:
- Pen name if appropriate
- Titles of most recent work
- Daytime phone number
- E-mail address
You may e-mail this information to us at email@example.com
Emerging Writers: to be considered for a reading, please provide the above information and a sample of your work for review.
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