Lyric Music Theater is pleased to announce that the Lyric Scholarship Awards are going to be awarded this year. This award is for furtherance of study or advancement of any of the arts related to theater. These arts include: music, performance, visual arts, technical theater art, dance, writing, or directing/producing.
Applicants must submit an application stating their qualifications, past participation with Lyric, and proposed use of the scholarship. Please see our Scholarship page for details and the Application form.
The recipients will be notified prior to Lyric Music Theater's Annual Meeting in June where they will be announced. The 2021 Annual Meeting will be virtual but we hope to present the scholarship recipients via Zoom at that time. The scholarships are open to persons of any age and individuals may receive the scholarship up to four times.
Lyric Music Theater has been dark since February 16, 2020. We miss performing for you! It's hard to say when we will be able to sing on our stage again. Like you, we have found that our living rooms are where we go for entertainment! We have kicked off a new series, LYRIC IN THE LIVING ROOM, songs presented from OUR living rooms to YOURS.
Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and to follow us on Facebook so you don’t miss a single installment!
We would like to thank our sponsors Coffee By Design, Bath Savings Institution, Saco and Biddeford Savings, Barnard Financial, The Law Offices of Bruce Merrill, and The Marc Gup Real Estate Group at Keller Williams Realty for their continued financial support during these difficult times.
Please consider joining these sponsors in supporting Lyric Music Theater.
Keep the Lights On!
Lyric Music Theater is a volunteer organization and a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Your donation helps ensure that we can continue to bring quality theater to Greater Portland. Consider a donation today!
We appreciate your support and generosity and look forward to a brighter 2021!
Thank you to our 2020-2021 Sponsors:
June 2, 2020
At Lyric Music Theater, we strive to be community theater for the entire community, and that means standing with the Black community and all communities of color against oppression and violence, and denouncing all acts of racism and prejudice.
We understand that by staying silent, we are contributing to the problem and we regret not speaking out sooner. We have far to go and much to learn, but we affirm our commitment to creating a place where all feel empowered and welcomed.
It is our responsibility as individuals and institutions to do our part in dismantling systemic racism and working for justice and equality for all.