Lyric Live Theater 2019 Calendar
All Evening Shows Start at 7:00 P.M.


117 First Street, Newburg, MO. --- 573-364-9663
www.lyriclivetheater.com
DIRECTIONS: West of Rolla I-44 exit 179, turn left 2 miles to bottom of hill,
Left into Newburg on Main Street. Continue 4 blocks to end of street,
Left on First Street two blocks to Lyric Live Theater, Parking across street from theater.
Handicap parking in front of theater with Handicap access on side of building.
REFRESHMENTS: Served at half time at the Historical Houston House.

Thank you for your patronage.

Lyric Live Theater celebrates it's 100 birthday,
we are looking forward to a special year



Lyric Live Theater


April 13, --- 7pm--- Saturday
"Greg Story" -- in concert --

Greg Story is a folk musician and song writer.
He plays original music on a variety of instruments.
His unique musical style can be described as a blend of folk, bluegrass, and the blues.
Admission Free: Donations are accepted to the "Lyric live Theater Restoration Fund

Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.



April 26 and 27 -- 7 pm -- Friday and Saturday
--Music Variety Show

Music by Local and Regional Talent
If you would like to be a part of this show Contact Carrolyn Bolin at 573-364-9663

Admission Free: Donations are accepted to the "Lyric live Theater Restoration Fund

Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.



Greg Story


Variety Show -


May 10, 11, 17 and 18 -- 7 pm -- -- Fridays and Saturdays --
A Live Stage Play ---- "Sycamore Creek Market".
Playwright: Greg Story
Director: Carrolyn Bolin

Sycamore Creek Market depicts the changes to a way of life in a small farming town in the Ozarks
during the second half of the twentieth century. The play is set in the country market that is the heart
of the small town. The story is told through the life of Lidia Johnson, who goes to work at the
market as a newly graduated and newly married young woman.
Local and regional performers are: Bob Robinson, Katie Roberts, Dean Smith, Anne Carroll,
Nancy Duncan, Lisa Story, Lon Reising, Greg Story, and Stephen Peterson.
Admission Free: Donations are accepted to the "Lyric live Theater Restoration Fund
Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.


June 1, Saturday 7 pm --"George Humphrey and band"
George and his band are a long time favoriate in this region with their original Country Music.
Admission $10.00
Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.





June 7, FRIDAY 7 pm --"Diana Lynn as "Karen Carpenter" with Ron Trestor"
performing "Carpenters Once More"
Come celebrate one Unforgettable Voice and one unforgettable duo,
with the sounds of The Carpenters Once More featuring vocalists Diana Lynn and Ron Preston.
From the birth of this dynamic duo to the last of their public performances,
this heartwarming show highlights hits like Yesterday Once More, Close To You,
For All We Know; We've Only Just Begun, Postman, Ticket To Ride and many more!
Diana Lynn comes to the Lyric Live Theater in Newburg from the Branson Area where she performs regularly.
Admission $12.00
Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.





Newburg Day, June 8, Saturday 11 am - 3 pm --"Karaoke and Open Mike"
Bring your favorite CD or take a chance we have what you like to sing.



June 15, Saturday -- "Dave Para and Cathy Barton" from Columbia
hand-me-down music with dynamic performances acclaimed for their variety and expertise in both vocal and instrumental styles. Their repertoire and informal audience rapport are marked by a special affection for traditional music.
Admission $10.00 -- WEB SITE
Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.




June 22, Saturday -- --"Jerry Rosa and the Rosa String Works Band"
The Rosa String Works Band will be playing the Lyic Live Theater in Newburg, MO
The band will be comprised of,
Gary Heavin-vocals and rhythm guitar,
Beverly Spencer guitar, dobro, and vocals
Don Davis upright bass ,
Leon Prewitt banjo and vocals.
and Jerry Rosa on mandolin and vocals.

Admission Free: Donations are accepted to the "Lyric live Theater Restoration Fund
Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.



June 29 , Saturday "Shirley Robertson and the Wild Rose Band"
Blue Grass, Gospel, and Country; some songs written by Shirley
Admission Free: Donations are accepted to the "Lyric live Theater Restoration Fund

Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.



George Humphrey and band



Dave Para and Cathy Barton




Jerry Rosa




Shirley Robertson



July 13, Saturday --"Bliss Hippy"
Bliss Hippy, an americana, folk, rock, songwriter group from Rolla, Mo.
Bliss Hippy is Richard and Maureen Hall, a Psychadelic Folk duo from the Missouri Ozarks,
with music ranges from inspirational to down right irreverent.
Admission Free: Donations are accepted to the "Lyric live Theater Restoration Fund
Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.



July 19, 20, 26, and 27 -- 7 pm -- -- Fridays and Saturdays --
A Live Stage Play ---- "The Veep"
An inside look at the home life of the vice president.
Playwright: Jay Turley
Directer: Carrolyn Bolin
Admission Free: Donations are accepted to the "Lyric live Theater Restoration Fund
Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.



Bliss Hippy




J. Turley



August 3, Saturday 7 pm --"Lauren ASH "
"Lauren Ash is an up-and-coming folk jazz singer-songwriter from the St. Louis area.
She has performed at a wide array of venues, including The Fabulous Fox Theater in St. Louis.
She will be playing guitar and singing a mix of tunes including old country classics,
big band standards, and her own originals for a performance you can't miss!
Admission Free: Donations are accepted to the "Lyric live Theater Restoration Fund

Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.



August 10, Saturday 7 pm --"Clifford King with Bill Pillard "
Music, Country, Folk, and original songs written by Clifford King .
Admission Free: Donations are accepted to the "Lyric live Theater Restoration Fund

Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.



August 17, Saturday 7 pm --"Keith Allynn" as Neil Diamond.
Admission &12.00:
Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.





August 23, 24, 30 and 31 -- 7 pm -- , --Music Variety Show
If you would like to be a part of this show Contact Carrolyn Bolin at 573-364-9663
Admission Free: Donations are accepted to the "Lyric live Theater Restoration Fund

Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.




Lauren ASH




September 14, Saturday 7 pm --"Keith Allynn as "NIEL DIAMOND "
Keith comes to the Lyric Live Theater in Newburg from Branson Mo. where he performs regularly.
Admission $12.00

Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.



September 20, 21, 27 and 28 -- 7 pm -- Fridays and Saturdays --
- a live stage play ------ " Inlaws and Outlaws "
Playwright Christine Miller,
Directed by: Carrolyn Bolin

Admission Free: Donations are accepted to the "Lyric live Theater Restoration Fund
Intermission refreshments served at the Historical Houston House, donations appreciated.




October 4 -- 7 pm -- Fridays -- - BOB MILNE --- Rag Time Piano

I played a lot of private gigs for Bush's.
We stayed at their house in Kennebunkport several times, plus I played for them in Houston,
California, and other locales as well. I played a "Concert for America" shortly after 9/11, which was about 40 minutes of non stop American songs. Mr. Bush heard about it, called and asked if I'd play it for them out in K'port, and we became close to them for many years. They were always easy going and unassuming.

Admission $15





Bob Milne



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