Lyric Theatre Company
Arsenic & Old Lace (2015)
The Christmas Tree Angel Radio Drama (2014)
The Christmas Tree Angel Radio Drama (2015)
The Glass Menagerie (2015)
Hemingway's Ghost (2015)
Soldier, Come Home (2015)
Steel Magnolias (2015)
Wait Until Dark (2016)
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Soldier, Come Home Cast (2015)
Bryan Mason (Martin Pringle, Jr.) was born in Virginia and later moved to Maryville, TN with his family. He has performed small roles in school plays, and has supplied voice-over for internet videos. This is his first performance with the Lyric Theater Company.
Ira Massie (John Luke, Isaac M. Edelbrite, Martin Pringle, Sr. & Joseph Pringle), originally from Lexington, Kentucky, has been an active member of the Greenback Community for many years. He does dramas and musicals at his church, Niles Ferry Baptist, and does musicals solos. He enjoys reading, the outdoors and collecting comic items. He portrayed Dr. Gibbs in the first Lyric community play “Our Town” and was an extra in “The Foreigner”. Most recently, he played Merriman in “The Importance of Being Earnest.”
Jeremiah Wampler (Dan Luke) has literally been in theatre since birth, as his first role was that of the Baby Jesus in a local church performance. After that he appeared in numerous plays throughout middle and high school. After graduation, he was awarded a drama scholarship from Hiawassee College. After a lengthy hiatus, he has thoroughly enjoyed stepping back onto the stage. He most recently performed as Mr. Brown in “Christmas Tree Angel Radio Drama”.
Ken Knox (Phillip Pringle) is a mathematician at UTK. He is proud to be able to support the arts in East Tennessee. He previously performed with the Lyric Theatre Company as Jack in “The Importance of Being Earnest”.
Robert Harrison (Director) - Robert Harrison made his acting debut in 2013 as the Ghost of King Hamlet in the Clayton Center production of Hamlet. He played the Stage Manager in the Lyric Theatre Company production of Our Town. He worked on sets and lighting for the LTC productions of The Foreigner and You Can’t Take It with You. He enjoyed being Lane in The Importance of Being Earnest. His most recent performance was as the Foley in “Christmas Tree Angel Radio Drama”. — with Robert Harrison.
Stacy Littleton (Mary Pringle) is a Loudon County native and avid theatre fan. She previously performed with the Lyric Theatre Company as Alice in "You Can't Take it With You" and Cecily in “The Importance of Being Earnest”.
Zoë Sibley (Drummer Boy) goes to North Middle School. She plays percussion in the school band. She has played the drums since she was four. She has many talents, including art, music, and acting. She plays first and second in band. She has been in many plays with roles ranging from Dasher to being a bluebird. She recently performed as the Camel in “Christmas Tree Angel Radio Drama”.
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