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Author: Kate Casner

Our artists and staff have compiled a Spotify playlist of songs that remind us of Be Here Now, and get us into the feeling of the show. Here are some of our favorites! 1. “decide to be happy” by MisterWives I've been down on my knees Prayin' things I don't believe Hopin' that it'll save me So I decide to be happy “The song

Meet the wonderful team who created the Greenway Walking Plays!   Michelle M. Aguillon (Director, Walking it Off and Hummingbird) Michelle (she/hers) has worked in Boston-area theatre for more than 25 years as a director, actor, writer, and producer. Directing credits include (virtual): Boston Resilience Project Plays: East Boston, Nos Vemos (Speakeasy Stage Co.), Home for the Holidays (Open Theatre Project

Get to know our Walking Plays playwrights! The Walking Plays is a series of six free audio plays, each written by different playwrights. We asked each of them a few questions about what it was like to be part of a commissioned work with so many other artists. David Valdes, On Paying Attention What was the most challenging aspect of

Last fall, our Board of Directors adopted new criteria for membership on the Board of Directors and the Advisory Council. During the pandemic, we have elected four new members to our Board of Directors. A staff working group has drafted an incident reporting framework. This protocol is being shared with members of the artistic community and is intended to

The Lyric Stage Company of Boston announces new youth playwriting festival in partnership with Boston Public Schools.  The Lyric Stage Company of Boston is happy to announce its newest initiative in collaboration with Boston Public Schools (BPS) titled Lyric First Page. Lyric First Page is a playwriting festival intended for students grades 3-12 in the Greater Boston area. The

During this time when the COVID-19 pandemic has put live theatre in Boston on pause, the Lyric Stage is thrilled and grateful to welcome four new members to its Board of Directors. These four people bring experience in theatre, fundraising, and finance, but more importantly, they bring the determination that institutions like Lyric Stage should be preserved and protected

Since the start of the pandemic, the arts and entertainment industries have been struggling to keep their services operating. The live events industry encompasses over 12 million people and has an economic impact of over $1 trillion annually to the US economy. Across the country, thousands of events and live performances have been cancelled. 77% of the people

Since the start of the pandemic, the arts and entertainment industries have been struggling to keep their services operating. The live events industry encompasses over 12 million people and has an economic impact of over $1 trillion annually to the US economy. Across the country, thousands of events and live performances have been cancelled. 77% of the people

One month ago, thousands raised their voices to declare that "Black Lives Matter". Protests happened across the Commonwealth, statues were removed, and books were purchased. But for anyone who was tempted to believe that racism stops at the borders of a liberal enclave, last Friday serves as a stark reminder of why the Black Lives Matter movement is