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September 8, 2015 at 7pm
In 1969 a movie producing company came to Martin County with stars Fabian Forte and Karen Black. They filmed a movie based lightly on the Ashley's,1920's gang, from our area.
(An Evening of Clean Stand-Up Comedy)
November 13, 2015 7:00pm
of the People’s Republic of China
Paul Tanner first started doing impressions at the age of 7 and he never looked back. The world-class entertainer has brought his talents to audiences across America, wooing the ladies and charming the men wherever he goes. Often compared to the great impressionist Danny Gans, Tanner makes every show new and exciting, presenting an eclectic range of vocal impressions from every decade of American music. Paul Tanner loves getting the audience involved, encouraging his fans to sing along and become a part of the show. Featuring the voices of Elvis, Neil Diamond, and Julio Iglesias, Paul Tanner’s performance at the Lyric Theatre is a must-see for music lovers.Buy Tickets
With over 18 Congressional offices and 62 years of House and Senate experience between them, the Capitol Steps troupe has an intimate knowledge of Washington politics. Drawing on their experience, the group has released 30 albums featuring song parodies, including the timely Take the Money and Run- For President. Drawing on the abundance of material that American politics provides, Capitol Steps highlights the absurdity of contemporary politics through comedy.
(Partial proceeds to benefit Volunteers in Medicine)
“The Chronicles of Downton Abbey”
Playing with a 1713 Huberman Stradivarius violin and an 18th century French bow, Joshua Bell has appeared on numerous television broadcasts, including The Tonight Show, Live From Lincoln Center, and the Grammy Awards. His 2007 incognito subway performance earned his collaborator, Washington Post journalist Gene Weingarter, a Pulitzer Prize, and inspired the 2013 children’s book The Man with the Violin. This past October, Bell’s HBO special “Joshua Bell: A YoungArts MasterClass” aired, coinciding with the violinist’s release of a Bach album recorded with the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. His performance at the Lyric Theatre this January will explore a side of the violin you’ve never seen before.Buy Tickets
Formed in 2008 as a Frankie Valli tribute group, the Atlantic City Boys have since expanded their repertoire to feature all of the best rock-n-roll hits from the 1960s. Performing songs by The Drifters, The Beach Boys, and more, the Atlantic City Boys encourage their audiences to go wild as they relive the days of street corner crooners. The talented quartet features each vocalist taking a turn leading the group. The Boys have enjoyed great success in their national tour, performing in venues from Las Vegas to their hometown of Atlantic City. Don’t miss a night of 1960s rock-n-roll classics when the Atlantic City Boys arrive at The Lyric Theatre this season.Buy Tickets
Like the popular burlesque show Cirquesco, recently performed at The Lyric in March of 2015, Ballroom: South Beach Style was developed and designed by the choreographer and artistic director Kevin Black. Black has developed countless theatrical productions including Dance Your Pants Off and Cirque D’Amour, 2 sell-out performances at The Lyric Theatre in previous seasons. Most recently, Kevin Black directed The Rocky Horror Show at The Crest Theatre in Delray Beach. Ballroom: South Beach Style is the latest in Black’s repertoire of groundbreaking dance productions. Ballroom combines impeccable choreography, talented vocalists, and incredible showmanship in one night of Latin-inspired ballroom dancing.Buy Tickets
(Partial proceeds to benefit St. Paul Methodist Episcopal Church)
He’s back again, and better than ever. American comedian Steve Solomon returns for another night of side-splitting comedy. As the creator and star of the three-time award-winning Broadway comedy My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish, and I’m in Therapy, Steve Solomon has won the hearts, and guts, of audiences across America with his witty one-liners and incredible collection of voices.
Kander & Ebb…And All That Jazz is oozing with talent. Directed by Barry Day, the musical revue stars the Grammy-winning composer and musical director Billy Stritch, whose performance in the Broadway revival of 42nd Street earned him widespread critical acclaim. An incredible actor as well as a composer, Billy Stritch is joined by Marissa Mulder, one of the top cabaret performers in New York City, as well as actress Klea Blackhurst. Blackhurst’s production Everything the Traffic Will Allow, a tribute to the great Ethel Merman, was named one of the top show albums of 2002 by Talkin’ Broadway.com. First hosted at 54 Below club in New York City, the exciting musical revue is now on the road, bringing the best of Broadway to your backyard.Buy Tickets
Known as the “Worlds #1 Tribute to the Bee Gees,” Stayin’ Alive – A Tribute to the Bee Gees revisits the days of disco, performing the hits of the Bee Gees with alarming precision. Featuring photos, video clips, and more, Stayin’ Alive – A Tribute to the Bee Gees includes chart-topping releases such as “To Love Somebody” and “Jive Talkin.’” If you missed the chance to see Stayin’ Alive – A Tribute to the Bee Gees at The Lyric Theatre last season, now’s the chance to put on your dancing shoes and sing along to the music of the Bee Gees.Buy Tickets
In A Night at the Palladium, Robert Navarro and his Latin Jazz Orchestra take you back to the era of the Palladium Ballroom, when weekly competitions gave innovative dancers a place to shine. Set to Latin rhythms brought to life by an exciting live band of percussionists, violinists, and vocalists, A Night at the Palladium brings you back in time, to the epicenter of a Latin dance and music revolution.Buy Tickets
from Philadelphia to Miami!”
A tale of travel and hardship, the history of the Irish people is explored in Celtic Nights – Spirit of Freedom. Although some of the journey is melancholic, the show is also filled with laughter and excitement, using the magical folklore of Ireland as inspiration. Covering a range of Irish traditional tunes as well as some more contemporary variants, Celtic Nights – Spirit of Freedom dives into the Irish influence on American music, featuring notable classics from “Shenandoah” to the songs of the Civil War. Accompanying this exploration into the musical history and influences of Ireland is the show’s elaborate imagery and costuming, which sets the background for the incredible journey.