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Then and Now: A 40-Year Retrospective' JUNK

Then and Now: A 40-Year Retrospective

Before the Lincoln Center opened in 1978, arts and culture in Fort Collins was a bit hit or miss. Local groups performed less often in front of smaller audiences in places not always suited to the art they performed. Access to larger more professional touring productions was almost nonexistent. “Some individuals view Fort Collins as […]

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Play It Forward and Give the Gift of Music' JUNK

Play It Forward and Give the Gift of Music

As the music of the giving season begins to fill the air, The Lincoln Center will be accepting donations for our Play It Forward Instrument Drive during the holiday season. Partnering with Boomer Music Company and Bringing Music to Life, we will kick off the instrument drive at the very fitting performance of Big Bad Voodoo […]

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Colorado Ballet’s Yosvani Ramos Returns After Achilles Injury' JUNK

Colorado Ballet’s Yosvani Ramos Returns After Achilles Injury

Back in September 2017, UCHealth first shared their story about Yosvani Ramos and his devastating injury. This month they follow up with an exciting video featuring Ramos’ journey and a look-back on the original article to reflect on his amazing recovery. The second Yosvani Ramos hit the ground, he knew something horrible had happened. He could […]

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Support Arts Education on Colorado Gives Day' JUNK

Support Arts Education on Colorado Gives Day

Our nonprofit partner, the Lincoln Center Support League, is participating in Colorado Gives Day — Colorado’s largest one-day online giving event presented by Community First Foundation and FirstBank. On Tuesday, December 4, 2018, thousands of donors will come together to support Colorado nonprofits like the Lincoln Center Support League. Their goal is to raise $3,000 […]

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Exhibit to Celebrate the Lincoln Center’s Big 4-0!' JUNK

Exhibit to Celebrate the Lincoln Center’s Big 4-0!

As part of the upcoming exhibit celebrating the Lincoln Center’s 40th Anniversary, we will be exhibiting artwork created by the Fort Collins community and inspired by the Lincoln Center. We invite you to come to the Lincoln Center, get inspired and submit artwork for our exhibit. If you want to be part of the show, […]

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An Interview with a Vampire' JUNK

An Interview with a Vampire

Halloween isn’t the only night to experience vampires and ghoulish tales in Fort Collins. On October 23, the Lincoln Center presents PUSH Physical Theatre’s Dracula, a classic tale of seduction, desire and madness. Dubbed “The Masters of Motion Theatre,” PUSH trades their usual dance performance ‘silent treatment’ for a performance that combines their well-known acrobatic […]

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Flying Off to Neverland' JUNK

Flying Off to Neverland

Everyone knows the story of Peter Pan, or at least they think they do. But did you know there is an incredible true story that lies behind the fairytale? Finding Neverland, which soars into the Lincoln Center Nov 8-10, tells the story of real-life playwright J.M. Barrie. Struggling to find inspiration, Barrie meets a troop of […]

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5 Ways Laughter Helps Your Heart' JUNK

5 Ways Laughter Helps Your Heart

Laughter really is the best medicine when it comes to your heart health. A small change to how you go about your daily life can make big difference. You can add laughter into almost anything and it will help your heart health. “People find enjoyment from different activities and interactions,” said UCHealth cardiologist Dr. Justin Strote. […]

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A Journey from Grief to Higher Understanding' JUNK

A Journey from Grief to Higher Understanding

On October 7, nearly twenty years after the death of Matthew Shepard, the University of Wyoming student who was beaten and tortured for being gay, the Lincoln Center and Colorado State University are proud to present Considering Matthew Shepard. This cathartic oratorio created in response to the brutal act that shook the nation’s conscience features […]

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Mortified: A Hilarious Romp into the Heart of Teen Angst' JUNK

Mortified: A Hilarious Romp into the Heart of Teen Angst

Years after high school, if you found a love letter that you wrote and never sent, you might laugh a little, blush a little and then be quick to hide it back away.  Not Dave Nadelberg, the creator of  Mortified.  “When I found an old love letter, I immediately laughed and thought ‘I need to share this with […]

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