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A Note from The Lincoln Center Director, Jack A. Rogers' JUNK

A Note from The Lincoln Center Director, Jack A. Rogers

My Dear Friends, If you know me, then you know that I believe in magic. I believe in magic because I have seen and felt it countless times in my life. I have seen magic pour forth from an artist’s vessel and magic in an epic tale woven together with master craftsmanship. Magic is watching […]

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Coping with Cancellations' JUNK

Coping with Cancellations

It’s not easy to know what the next steps are when an important life event like your wedding is cancelled or postponed. Mass event cancellations in response to COVID-19 have been occurring daily for the past few weeks, leaving many people wondering what to do next. While it is important to remember that these current […]

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Welcome to During Intermission!' JUNK

Welcome to During Intermission!

Bummed you can’t go out and experience the arts right now? Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered with our new During Intermission blog series. For the next few months, During Intermission will be dedicated to helping you get your arts fix as LC LIVE—The Lincoln Center’s presenting organization—gets ready for the next act! From Broadway […]

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During Intermission // Chuckle, Giggle & Grin' JUNK

During Intermission // Chuckle, Giggle & Grin

Need some comic relief? We’ve got all the laughs you need here during intermission. Our During Intermission blog series is dedicated to helping you get your arts fix as LC LIVE gets ready for the next act! Whether you love the sketch comedy that we present or all the amazing stand-up we bring to Fort […]

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Welcome to the Jungle' JUNK

Welcome to the Jungle

Travel from the urban jungle to the jungles of India through eye-popping video, shadow play and original music with Jungle Book on April 4 at The Lincoln Center. Audiences will see beloved characters like Baloo the bear, Bagheera the panther and everyone’s favorite human cub, Mowgli, come to life in a fresh new way in […]

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Passionate Poetry with a Musical Mashup' JUNK

Passionate Poetry with a Musical Mashup

Ever wonder what would happen if classical genius Bach and jazz master Coltrane met? Passion for Bach and Coltrane explores their story through an innovative blend of music and poetry on March 12 at The Lincoln Center. “I have long desired to set poetry to music and was particularly drawn to the works of A.B. […]

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Bending Reality and Infusing Culture' JUNK

Bending Reality and Infusing Culture

Hailing from Japan, enra (intentionally spelled without capitalization) will put on a show like you’ve never seen before on March 22 at The Lincoln Center. This performance, which is also the first of enra’s US tour, will deliver a multi-sensory experience that involves precise timing and movement, combined with breathtaking effects that seem to bend […]

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A Green Partnership Lights Up The Lincoln Center' JUNK

A Green Partnership Lights Up The Lincoln Center

Do you love seeing the twinkling lights during the holidays at The Lincoln Center? They’re all thanks to SavATree! The Lincoln Center was one of the first performance venues in the nation to hold a LEED Gold certification, which stands as a global symbol of our sustainability achievement and leadership. “Here at The Lincoln Center, […]

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The Colors of Community' JUNK

The Colors of Community

The Colors of Community exhibition features four Colorado artists who work in a large variety of scales. Pieces in this exhibit range from thirteen inches to thirteen feet. The works also cross different media, including painting, collage, and printmaking to name a few. While these artists share many similarities, the strongest is their use of […]

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Colin Hay: Living in the Present' JUNK

Colin Hay: Living in the Present

Many people’s first taste of Colin Hay’s songwriting was with his 80s hits like “Down Under” and “Who Can It Be Now?” when Hay was a founding member and frontman of the group Men at Work. Without realizing it, hearing those songs on the radio and in the movies led many to embrace the lyrics […]

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