Taking audience members through a journey of magical dreams, a new musical strives to destigmatize seeking mental health support. “The Exultant Stag” is set to open this weekend at the Lawrence Arts Center.
The Lawrence Arts Center will debut three new art galleries this Friday with themes covering race, culture, heritage and Hank Williams.
A free camp slated for next week aims to teach young participants of all abilities about theater performance and filmmaking.
As the saying goes, the show must go on. And for 50 years, the Summer Youth Theatre has gone on, rain or shine. In spite of all sorts of other barriers, it’s brought energetic theatre performances to the community and given thousands of young performers their first chances onstage.
A common thread through almost all of Lawrence Summer Youth Theatre’s 50-year history has been Ric Averill, along with his wife Jeanne and their children.
The Lawrence Arts Center has closed on the purchase of the former Salvation Army building next door at 946 New Hampshire St., according to an announcement Friday morning.
The Lawrence Arts Center’s annual Benefit Art Auction is coming up on April 8. In this episode of Lawrence Times TV, we’re asking some of the more than 150 artists who donated work this year to share one word that describes their piece.
Renowned folk trio The Refugees will soon share their harmonic music in Lawrence for the first time.
Everyone is welcome to feast their eyes on the Lawrence Arts Center’s newest exhibition, purchase bowls and prints, and bid on handcrafted platters when the Souper Bowl fundraiser returns.
Poet Kayla Cook and fiction writer Jenea Havener are the recipients of this year’s Langston Hughes Creative Writing Awards, the Raven Book Store and Lawrence Arts Center announced Monday.
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