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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 so

We at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston commit ourselves to the dismantling of systemic racism—both in our organization and in the greater community. We need to talk.With ourselves.With our children.With our leaders.And with each other. And we need to act. With our resources: Black Lives MatterNAACPStream to Donate With our selves: 5 Ways to Show Up for Racial Justice Today75 Things White People Can Do

Courtney O’Connor, Artistic Director and Matt Chapuran, Executive Director  Ron Ritchell and Polly Hogan, Founders (1974), Artistic Directors (1974-1997) Spiro Veloudos, Producing Artistic Director (1998-2019) The Lyric Stage Company of Boston announced today that Courtney O’Connor has been named as the third Artistic Director of the Lyric Stage Company of Boston.   Matt Chapuran continues on as Executive Director, a position

This post is an excerpt from The Theater Mirror. Lillian Hellman’s “The Little Foxes”, presented by Lyric Stage. Bravo to the Lyric for taking on Lillian Hellman, who doesn’t get produced enough anymore. And what a taking on it was.  From Janie E. Howland’s set design to Gail Astrid Buckley’s costumes to the first-rate ensemble acting of this excellent cast,

We are happy to offer four free tickets to Lyric Stage mainstage performances through the Boston Public Library's Museum Pass program. "We strongly believe that art belongs to all people and we're so pleased to be part of the BPL's Museum Pass Program, which we hope will help provide access to live theatre for many members of the Boston