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  • Painting is a brown peace sign on a green background with words like "awareness, tremendous, power5 and destiny" written across it with stencils.

    Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate

    The Lincoln Center Art Gallery and the Fort Collins Museum of Art invite you to experience the transformational power of art through Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate. This dynamic exhibition, running January 20- March 18, showcases the diverse work of 39 artists who have transformed thousands of anti-Semitic and racist books into a visually powerful, thought-provoking,… Read More

  • The Hillbenders singing on a stage with a purple backdrop.

    The HillBenders Take on “Tommy”

    “Anyone convinced that bluegrass is backwoods music has had their head in the sand of commercial radio these past few years” says Nolan Lawrence The HillBenders mandolinist. His band is taking an unconventional approach to The Who’s classic rock opera — performing Tommy in its entirety with a mix of spot-on musicianship, outstanding vocals and a… Read More

  • Photo of Charles Ross dressed as a Jedi, holding a blue lightsaber.

    One Man Brings 46 Star Wars Characters to Life

    What do you do when you grow up only owning three movies on VHS in Northern Canada and one of them is Star Wars? You use your superfandom to develop a play — acted out by only yourself — that retells the classic Star Wars trilogy in 60 madcap minutes with no costumes, props or… Read More

  • Large graphic for Once. Reads "8 Tony Awards including Best Musical," "Winner! 2013 Grammy Award Best Musical Theater Album," "His music needed one thing. Her," and "Jan 12-14, Seats from $20."

    A ‘Once’ in a Lifetime Experience

    Once is no ordinary Broadway musical. The Tony Award-winning hit first started as an Irish indie film. Then the song from the movie, “Falling Slowly”, won a 2007 Academy Award for best original song along with a Grammy nomination for the soundtrack. Next, Once made waves in Broadway by using actors who could play their… Read More

  • Photo collage of DJ Spooky, Travis Tritt, Margaret Chos and Eric Johnson. Graphic reads "Just Announced - On Sale Now"

    We’ve Got More Shows to Love in 2017!

    We are excited to announce that we’ve added four new shows to our 2017 season calendar! Even better, tickets are on sale now!   DJ Spooky’s Rebirth of a Nation Thur., Jan. 26 | Lincoln Center Magnolia Theatre 7:30PM All Seats $20 DJ Spooky’s Rebirth of a Nation is a culturally significant reimagining of the… Read More

  • Rent 20th Anniversary Tour graphic featuring Mark, Mimi, and Roger.

    RENT’s Legacy Lives On

    How do you measure the two decades since RENT first hit the stage in 1996? Not in the 525, 600 minutes that make up each year, but in the love that has supported the production over a 12-year Broadway run that was venerated with a Pulitzer Prize for Drama and a Tony Award for Best Musical.… Read More

  • Mimi and Roger from Rent singing on stage.

    RENT Rises Again

    Rent returns to the stage at the Lincoln Center December 1–3, and is staying true to the original production from the costume designer, to the set, to the sound — the only change is a new cast. Rent follows the lives of seven artists struggling to pursue their dreams without selling out. One of these fresh-faced actors… Read More