Lyric Theatre Tag

MK Asante is the Producer and Director of the first feature film on Kwanzaa, The Black Candle, narrated by world-renowned poet Maya Angelou. The Black Candle, shown annually as part of The Lyric Theatre's annual Kwanzaa celebration, is an extraordinary inspirational story about the struggle and triumph of...

Coming to The Lyric Theatre straight from New York City, gather around the campfire to join Allan Harris and the Cross That River Band as they tell the story of American’s West from the perspective of the African American cowboys who journeyed from slavery to...

A Lexington staple and a favorite at the annual downtown Fifth-Third Bank Pavillion's Thursday Night Live performances, The Mercy Men make their Lyric Theatre debut on Saturday April 30th. The Mercy Men have been featured at the Lexington Roots and Heritage Festival, Lexington Rotary Club's...

From November 19th to December 1st, The Lyric Theatre and Bluegrass Black Pride present panels from the National AIDS Memorial Quilt. The Quilt was created nearly 35 years ago during the darkest days of the AIDS pandemic to honor the thousands of lives that had been lost...

The Fannie Lou Hamer Story is an entrancing one-woman play performed by award-winning actress, Mzuri Moyo Aimbaye. Mzuri poetically shares about voting rights activist, Fannie Lou Hamer, through song and storytelling. Tickets are available at lexingtonlyric.tix.com...

A special New Year's Eve pre-concert dinner (limited ticket availability) and a sparkling ale popper for the New Year's countdown led by The Drifters from the stage will mark a special celebratory moment as we ring in the New Year together. Opening for The Drifters...