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posted by Becca on
July 21, 2014

One of our incredible actors, Matthew Alvin Brown, was willing to meet up with me and answer some fun questions. If you didn't catch Matt as Scuttle in THE LITTLE MERMAID, you really missed out! Next up, he's Sir Robin in MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT. He's an awesome guy and phenomenally talented!


Check out our little conversation:

posted by Becca on
July 18, 2014

The first time I stepped foot in the Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma Production Center when actors were running about during a rehearsal, it was a little overwhelming...

That was last summer during TARZAN, and boy, have I learned a lot since then.

Here are my favorite things about music theatre (especially here at Lyric!)

1.       There are men (not always in tights) and they sing.

posted by Becca on
July 18, 2014

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For tickets to MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT call (405) 524-9312 or visit us online at LyricTheatreOKC.com

posted by Becca on
July 11, 2014

DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID is over... and I don't know about you, but I'm gonna miss that precious and hilarious show! 

But, as much as I'll miss having "She's in Love" stuck in my head for days on end, it's time for a new show and a new crazy theatrical ride! Next up... (drum roll please)

MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT!!!! Yay!!!

posted by Becca on
July 10, 2014

So, MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT rehearsals have started, and oh my gosh - this show sounds SO good! The men in the show have the most incredible voices. Sometimes I just stand outside the studio and listen for a few minutes during rehearsal (which isn't creepy at all, right?)

The Laker Girls just dance and dance and dance the entire show. It's a wonder none of them fall over! I know I would. They're all...

posted by Becca on
July 10, 2014

DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID is halfway done! Eek! It is so good, guys! You really have to come see it. Amanda Lea LaVergne is downright delightful as Ariel in opposition to Emily Skinner with the perfect mix of creepy and enchanting as Ursula. Both leading females have crisp, rich voices that envelop the audience in every song. I wish I had that kind of talent! But, alas...

posted by Becca on
July 9, 2014

Do you wish you were a mermaid (or merman for all you gentlemen out there)? I know I do! For decades, people have wanted to be mermaids, which is ironic because all Ariel wants to do is be human. I feel like I can make a pretty good argument for "mermaidness" - here are my top three reasons to be a mermaid:

1. Seashell bra. Because, really, they're super cute!
2. Never having to shave your legs again. No legs? No problem!
3. Perfectly buoyant hair. Have you seen the magical hair flip Ariel pulls up on her rock? It's a Garnier commercial waiting to happen!

posted by Allie on
July 7, 2014

Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma casts actors hailing from all over the nation, and also includes many local performers. This combination makes for phenomenal shows. A few leads from DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID answered a few questions for us- get to know them below!

Amanda Lea Lavergne- Ariel


posted by Allie on
June 30, 2014

Everyone loves the magic of Disney. For our production of DISNEY'S THE LITTLE MERMAID, we have a special opportunity that will bring a smile to Disney's youngest fans.

posted by Becca on
June 26, 2014

Shows here go so quickly. They rehearse for two weeks then run for only 6 performances, and then the next show starts! It's an incredible process to witness and be a part of, but also overwhelming. I don't know about you guys, but I get attached to shows! LES MISERABLES is over and I'm very sad about it. 

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One of our incredible actors, Matthew Alvin Brown, was willing to meet up with me and answer some fun questions. If you didn't catch Matt as Scuttle in THE LITTLE MERMAID, you really missed out! Next up, he's Sir Robin in MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT. He's an awesome guy and phenomenally talented!


Check out our little conversation:

#internlife: These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

50th Anniversary Blog Post: 
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The first time I stepped foot in the Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma Production Center when actors were running about during a rehearsal, it was a little overwhelming...

That was last summer during TARZAN, and boy, have I learned a lot since then.

Here are my favorite things about music theatre (especially here at Lyric!)

1.       There are men (not always in tights) and they sing.

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