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    The Lyric Stage Company of Boston

    140 Clarendon St.
    2nd floor
    Boston , MA 02116
    617-585-5678  |  Fax: 617-585-5689

    Website: http://lyricstage.com


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    Known as the intimate "4-star theatre" in Copley Square. The Lyric Stage Company is Boston's oldest theatre company, dedicated to presenting a wide range of the highest quality plays and musicals.

    Directions and Parking

    MBTA: Take the Green Line to Copley Square Station OR Take the Orange Line to Back Bay Station

    Driving: Take Route 93 to Storrow Drive. From Storrow Drive, take the Copley Square exit...

    Known as the intimate "4-star theatre" in Copley Square. The Lyric Stage Company is Boston's oldest theatre company, dedicated to presenting a wide range of the highest quality plays and musicals.

    Directions and Parking

    MBTA: Take the Green Line to Copley Square Station OR Take the Orange Line to Back Bay Station

    Driving: Take Route 93 to Storrow Drive. From Storrow Drive, take the Copley Square exit (left exit). At the lights, take a right onto Beacon Street. At 2nd set of lights, take a left onto Clarendon Street. The theatre is located on the second floor of the YWCA Building on the corner of Clarendon Street and Stuart Street


     

     

    Upcoming Events

    Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins

    Presented by The Lyric Stage Company of Boston at The Lyric Stage Company

    January 2 - January 31, 2015

    Intimate Apparel

    Presented by The Lyric Stage Company of Boston at The Lyric Stage Company

    February 13 - March 14, 2015

    City of Angels

    Presented by The Lyric Stage Company of Boston at The Lyric Stage Company

    March 27 - May 2, 2015

    Media Reviews


    • Article: Review: The Lyric does Dickens
      The Boston Phoenix - Nov 04, 2010
      By Carolyn Clay

      "A raucous, roughhewn display of Victorian economics, liberal compassion, picaresque exploit, and music-hall showmanship."
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      "A raucous, roughhewn display of Victorian economics, liberal compassion, picaresque exploit, and music-hall showmanship."
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    • Article: A 'Nickleby' with plenty of personality
      The Boston Globe - Nov 02, 2010
      By Don Aucoin

      "A THOUROUGHGOING TRIUMPH"
      “Veloudos gathered a constellation of top Boston actors and gave them a chance to shine... and shine they do!”
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      "A THOUROUGHGOING TRIUMPH"
      “Veloudos gathered a constellation of top Boston actors and gave them a chance to shine... and shine they do!”
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