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Lincoln Center Announces its 2018/2019 40th Anniversary Season Lineup' JUNK

Lincoln Center Announces its 2018/2019 40th Anniversary Season Lineup

The Lincoln Center announced its lineup for its upcoming 40th Anniversary Season today. Headlining the season on October 14 is Jay Leno, the legendary, everyman comedian that’s best known for dominating late-night TV from behind the desk of The Tonight Show. As The Lincoln Center gets set to turn the big 4-0, it is also […]

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Here’s to Another Fantastic Year!' JUNK

Here’s to Another Fantastic Year!

For the past two years, we have been inviting our patrons to “FIND YOUR CENTER.” Judging by the number of seats filled over the duration of the 17/18 season, many folks have done just that! We want to thank all of you who came to see a show, visited our art gallery or held an event […]

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Arts Education Outreach Breaks Records' JUNK

Arts Education Outreach Breaks Records

This is a record-breaking year for the Lincoln Center Arts Education and Community Outreach program! During the 2017-2018 season, we connected 4,689 students and community members with world-class professional artists at 17 different events. These included: – Dance Company masterclasses at CSU – 120 students and community members – Classical Convergence Music Performance masterclasses at […]

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Kids Write the Darndest Things' JUNK

Kids Write the Darndest Things

Recently 3rd grade Poudre School District elementary students were treated to a special free performance of Bill Blagg The Science of Magic courtesy of the Lincoln Center Support League. The show was packed with mind-blowing illusions which Blagg used to give the students to a rare behind-the-scenes look at how magicians use science to create magic. We […]

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Branford Marsalis and All That Jazz' JUNK

Branford Marsalis and All That Jazz

In a family with five critically acclaimed jazz instrumentalists, including his father and three of his brothers, Branford Marsalis acts as the prince of the saxophone in a clan that some would classify as jazz royalty.  “We were a family first,” says Marsalis, clarifying that they weren’t a musical family in the sense of the […]

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Meet a True Cabaret Star' JUNK

Meet a True Cabaret Star

The Sally Bowes character in Cabaret, which Liza Minelli made famous with her showstopping performance in the 1972 film, tends to get a lot of attention. However, the real protagonist is Cliff Bradshaw, a writer who falls for not only the seductive goings-on of the Berlin underground but also for the irresistible burlesque singer Sally. We spoke with […]

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Arturo Sandoval — Jazzed As Ever' JUNK

Arturo Sandoval — Jazzed As Ever

Few musicians have collected the variety of awards that Arturo Sandoval has — not only is he a 10-time Grammy Award winner, but he’s a 19-time nominee, an Emmy-winner, a six-time Billboard Award winner, and a recipient of the 2013 Presidential Medal of Freedom. It comes as no surprise that this master jazz trumpeter was […]

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Bringing a Classic Children’s Tale to Life' JUNK

Bringing a Classic Children’s Tale to Life

Mr. Popper’s Penguins hits the Lincoln Center stage March 24th for two wacky, waddling, family-friendly performances. Many may recognize the title from the 2011 movie starring Jim Carrey — but these penguins have a much lengthier history than the movie lets on. Published in 1938, Mr. Popper’s Penguins was written by Richard Atwater, with later collaboration […]

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What You Don’t Know About Cabaret' JUNK

What You Don’t Know About Cabaret

When many people think of Cabaret, their first mental image is of Liza Minnelli sporting her iconic black pixie cut and blue eyeshadow, tipping her bowler hat to the audience. But the history of the musical is far richer than this piece of pop culture. The story of Cabaret starts with Christopher Isherwood, one of […]

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The Reunion That Never Was' JUNK

The Reunion That Never Was

What if The Beatles had reunited 10 years after their break-up? In the revamped production Let It Be, that question gets answered by one of the West End’s most popular musical productions coming to the Fort Collins Lincoln Center March 28. Showcasing the world’s most successful rock ‘n’ roll band, the original production Let It […]

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