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Amelia Ryan is familiar to local theater audiences from her performances with Selma Arts Center (Cabaret), Second Space (The Heiress, The Glass Menagerie, The Grapes of Wrath, etc.), StageWorks Fresno (Mothers and Sons, A Little Night Music, The Light in the Piazza), Woodward Shakespeare Festival, and the Fresno Grand Opera. But before she came to Fresno, she had a checkered career as an opera singer, singing waitress, folk singer, and actress. Join her for an eclectic mix of musical theater, opera, and Irish folk, along with stories from a mixed-up musical life.

Three distinct shows: an all-Irish program, and a musical autobiography (Parts 1 and 2).

The Irish program will be on Friday, March 13, at 8:30. With Kathryn Johnsen, harp, and special guests.
A Musical Life Part 1 will be on Sat., March 7, 6:30 & Thurs., March 12, 7:00. Terry Lewis, piano.
A Musical Life Part 2 will be on Sun., March 8, 5:00 & Sat., March 14, 2:00. Terry Lewis, piano.

For more information, check facebook.com/AmeliaRyanCalifornia/

ViSTA Theater

3/7/20     6:30PM
3/8/20 5:00PM
3/12/20 7:00PM
3/13/20 8:30PM
3/14/20 2:00PM

There are 5 Comments on this post

  1. Lorie Ham
    3 months ago

    If you would like to know more about this show check out their article in Kings River Life, up with articles of some other music shows https://kingsriverlife.com/02/15/rogue-performer-preview-a-trio-of-musical-shows/

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  2. Victor D
    3 months ago

    Joy, sorrow, piano, voice, all blended in just the right mix. Great singing and song choices with a fantastic instrumentalist for support. Nice show.

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  3. Kate
    3 months ago

    I’m so happy I got to hear Amy Ryan with accompanist Terry Lewis performing such a touching, entertaining, and well-executed show! Amy is one of Fresno’s premiere singer-actresses, and she’s woven together a collection of songs that help tell the journey of her life. This was Part 1– she continues the story in Part 2 tomorrow (3/14). And this evening she’ll perform her Irish songs.

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  4. Marc
    3 months ago

    Amy is always a performer worth seeing and this show is no different. Great songs, lovely anecdotes, and a stellar voice strings along her story so well. Plus Terry Lewis on the keys is a bonus! Go see the show!

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  5. Lola
    3 months ago

    Amelia is so talented and entertaining. Her show was absolutely delightful! I appreciate her sharing her story; the highs and the lows, all so authentic and real. She will take you away, keep you captivated with her story and her beautiful voice.

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