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    Our Cups Runneth Reusable

    You may notice something a little different at the bar when you come to The Lincoln Center: we’re taking our commitment to the environment to a whole new level! For select upcoming shows, we are trading in our compostable cups for reusable ones with r.Cup. Every year 120 billion single-use cups are used by Americans… Read More

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    BalletX: Challenging Uniformity

    Philadelphia’s BalletX gives ballet a bold and contemporary style that strives to expand the vocabulary of classical dance. On March 28, 2023, The Lincoln Center is inviting the community to emerge themselves in the performing art world of ballet.  Since 2005, when BalletX was founded by Christine Cox and Matthew Neenan, the company has produced… Read More

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    Daily Chronicles: The Beauty of Everyday Life

    Daily Chronicles focuses on the beauty and simplicity of everyday life and features the work of Andrew DeCaen, Morgan Ford Willingham, Teddi Parker and Whitney Sage. See the exhibit March 9–April 15 in The Lincoln Center Art Gallery and join us for an Opening Reception on Friday, March 10, 5:30–7:00 p.m. The included artwork by… Read More

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    In Her Elle-ement

    In 2001, when Legally Blonde’s Elle Woods stepped out on the big screen—dressed head-to-toe in pink with her color-coordinated Chihuahua Bruiser in tow—an icon was born. Her cheery, can-do personality interwoven with her firm self-confidence cemented her as an inspirational figure to a whole generation, and that adoration from fans has only grown stronger over… Read More

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    Shakin’ Up Shakespeare

    Romeo and Juliet is arguably the greatest love story to be written in the English language. For more than 200 years, the romantic tragedy about two star-crossed lovers from feuding families has been retold and adapted on stage, television and film. On February 14, we invite you to celebrate Valentine’s Day by witnessing this classic… Read More

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    Not Your Average Paintings

    A Place Remembered and Imagined is an immersive installation of watercolor paintings on large rolls of paper by Maja Godlewska. This breathtaking installation runs through March 4, 2023, in The Lincoln Center Art Gallery. Maja has been researching the spectacle of global “Insta”-tourism, following and photo-documenting travelers in the most Instagram-able destinations such as Greenland,… Read More

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    Daring to Dream

    The word “dreamer” means something different for everyone. For some in America, it may evoke issues tied to immigration; for others, it simply represents the idea that anything is possible no matter how impractical or idealistic. Magos Herrera and Brooklyn Rider invite you to join them at Colorado State University’s Center for the Arts on… Read More