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  • Holiday Happenin’s

    ‘Tis the Season for celebrating winter festivities at The Lincoln Center. This holiday season, you won’t want to miss these upcoming shows from the various presenters that call The Lincoln Center home! The Nutcracker | Canyon Concert BalletDec 7–10 Nutcracker with a Twist, Clara in the Land of Villains | Mountain Dance Performance CompanyDec 8–10dfasfasd Read More

  • Hands holding up dry goods for donation.

    It’s Curtains for Hunger Food Drive

    Join The Lincoln Center in giving back to the community this holiday season with a food drive benefitting Food Bank for Larimer County. The Lincoln Center’s It’s Curtains for Hunger food drive will kickoff at the 2 p.m. performance of Straight No Chaser on November 5 and run through December 13. The Lincoln Center willdfasfasd Read More

  • Outside The Lincoln Center in the snow.

    What To Know Before You Go

    Whether you are new to The Lincoln Center or have been to the venue hundreds of times, we want to ensure that you have a great time when you visit. Here are a few handy things to know about The Lincoln Center before you head over. LOBBY/THEATER ENTRANCE The Lincoln Center lobby is always opendfasfasd Read More

  • Judas singing in a rock setting.

    Super Fan Talks With Superstar

    My first introduction to Jesus Christ Superstar was in the ’90s when my father explained how records worked. At seven, I was not interested in most of his music until he took out a large brown album emblazoned with two angels, opened so many times that the spine had to be duck-taped back together decadesdfasfasd Read More

  • LED lights on a stage

    Let There Be LED Light!

    While the lighting on stage during a performance may seem like a simple element that might go unnoticed, it is actually one of the most essential parts of a production and it can greatly impact an audience’s experience. Lighting can simulate the different times of the day, influence the audience’s mood and call focus ondfasfasd Read More

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    Looking Back with Appreciation // 2022–23 Season in Review

    As another amazing season draws to a close here at The Lincoln Center, we’re taking time to reflect on some of the things that we were able to achieve because of you, our loyal patrons and friends, and your support. Take a look at what we’ve done together as a community during our 2022–2023 season.dfasfasd Read More

  • Art gallery

    In The Lincoln Center Art Gallery: April Newsletter

    Daily Chronicles continues through April 15. The exhibit focuses on the beauty and simplicity of everyday life and features the work of Andrew DeCaen, Morgan Ford Willingham, Teddi Parker and Whitney Sage. Each of the four artists transforms ordinary situations into a thought-provoking opportunity to draw attention to and appreciate one’s surroundings. The next exhibit,dfasfasd Read More