The Lyric Theater Marquee

Welcome to the site established by the fans and friends
of The Theatre Company of Harrison, Arkansas
and the historic Lyric Theater!

Be sure to also visit the official site of The Lyric Theater and The Ozark Arts Council
at http://www.OzarkArtsCouncil.org!

Most Recent Performances

Getting ready to wonk

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

July/August, 2010
Click on the photo, above, to see other photos from this play

Starving Countess

You Can’t take It with You

March, 2010
Click on the photo, above, to see other photos from this play

After a hard drive crash and move to a different server (and a camera upgrade that left us taking way too many pictures even to begin to edit!), this site has suffered a hiatus of a few years, and we haven’t had time to verify all of the old contents’ survival (we know that some of the links, at least, were not working), so, for now, the old pictures aren’t accessible, but the new ones are! We hope to be able to restore the rest of the site soon, but we’ve hoped that for a few years; we’ll try to get to it, though, because there are so many exciting things happening with the Ozark Arts Council right now, not the least of which is the upcoming Hallelujah Girls and the Fantasy Masquerade Ball planned for October 29, 2010. Thank you for your patience, and keep checking back for more photos!

Admission for most performances by local talent is 10.00 for adults, $5.00 for those under 21.
Starting times are 7:30 pm for weekday and Saturday performances (7:00 pm if in connection with North Arkansas College’s Pioneer Players), 2:00 pm for Sunday performances.
Advance tickets are available at Community First Bank, Edwards’ Grocery, Hudson’s Supermarket, and Regions Bank as well as online at the OAC’s Online Box Office.

To be absolutely certain of the schedule, ticket availability, etc., call or email the Ozark Arts Council at (870) 391-3504 or Info@OzarkArtsCouncil.org. For more in-depth information concerning upcoming events, see the OAC’s monthly publication, The Acorn, or visit its website at http://www.OzarkArtsCouncil.org

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