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Celtic Nights:
Journey of Hope
February 16

TAO:
The Art of the Drum
February 22

100 Years of Broadway
March 1 - 3

Los Lonely Boys
March 4

Chris Perondi's
Stunt Dog Experience
March 24

Straight No Chaser
March 29 - 31


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The Imperturbable Beauty By  Jan-Ru Wan
The Imperturbable Beauty By
Jan-Ru Wan

Art Gallery Happenings

If you haven’t stopped in to see “ReMaterialization/ ReMemory” by Jan-Ru Wan, you’re missing a “beautiful and haunting” exhibition! Unique and intriguing fiber installations hang from the ceiling and walls.

Enjoy this with Fort Collins painter Bonnie Lebesch’s gorgeous paintings in the smaller lobby gallery, through March 3rd, and you’ll have a feast for the eyes and soul!

Next month a perennial favorite returns with the Poudre School District Student Art Show! Running March 9 through April 7, don’t miss this selection of some of the district’s best student artwork with paintings, drawings, sculpture, clay and more!

Admission is always free. The exhibition runs through Sunday, March 3, 2012. Gallery hours are Tuesdays through Fridays, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., and Saturdays noon to 6 p.m., and evenings of performances.

Click here to visit the Art Gallery webpage for more information.


Healthy Tidbits

7 steps to a healthier you!


1. Eat a Rainbow
2. Be Size Wise
3. Get Enough Sleep
4. Skip the Pop
5. Be Active
6. Start with Breakfast
7. Limit Screen Time

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Broadway Comes to Fort Collins

Lincoln Center audiences will be served a special treat on March 1-3 when 100 Years of Broadway comes to town. Five of Broadway’s finest stars will perform hit songs from Broadway’s smash musicals such as Phantom of the Opera, Les Misèrables, Jersey Boys, and Chicago. Supported by an all-star band, the following five Broadway stars are scheduled to perform.

Sandra Joseph played the coveted role of Christine Daae, the female lead in The Phantom of the Opera, on Broadway and across the country to critical acclaim. She has the distinct honor of being Phantom’s leading lady on Broadway longer than any other actress in the show’s twenty-two year history.

Lawrence Clayton’s Broadway appearances include Bells Are Ringing, It Ain't Nothin but the Blues, The Civil War, Once upon a Mattress, High Rollers Social Pleasure Club, and Dreamgirls.

Ron Bohmer has starred as the Phantom on Broadway and in the national tour of The Phantom of The Opera. On Broadway, he’s played the tile role in The Scarlet Pimpernel, and he’s stared in Sunset Boulevard, Les Misèrables, Fiddler on the Roof, Disney’s High School Musical, and Ragtime.

Andrea Rivette’s Broadway credits include Emma Carew in Jekyll and Hyde and Ellen in Miss Saigon. She has also stared in the national tours of Miss Saigon and Jekyll and Hyde.

Chuck Wagner has performed on Broadway as Athos in The Three Musketeers, Rapunzel's Prince in the original Broadway cast of Into the Woods, and as The Beast in Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Other Broadway credits include Les Misèrables and Dracula.

Don't miss this dazzling review of Broadway's most beloved songs sung by some of the finest voices to ever grace the stages of Broadway!

 

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More Parking Available!

Thanks to a new agreement with the Lincoln Office Center, we will now have 59 new parking spaces for Lincoln Center-presented performances! These spaces will be at the Lincoln Office Center at 419 Canyon Avenue (located across the street to the west of the Lincoln Center), and they are available for all performances presented by Lincoln Center. (These include all shows in the Showstoppers, Anything Goes, Dance and Imagination Series, plus our Special Events.) Parking signs will be posted during these events to let you know the lot is available for Lincoln Center patrons.

The spaces are available for Lincoln Center patrons only during the duration of the performance. Please welcome the Lincoln Office Center as a new Lincoln Center sponsor – and enjoy the new parking spaces they have shared with us for our performances!


Lincoln Office Center, 419 Canyon Ave., Fort Collins
Leasing interest? Contact Jason Ells at Cassidy Turley Fuller Real Estate 970-267-772


Tomorrow's Stars Set to Shine

“American Idol” finalist and Poudre High School graduate Haeley Vaughn will perform and serve as one of the celebrity judges for this year’s Stars of Tomorrow event on February 25th at the Fort Collins Lincoln Center.

Since moving to Nashville to pursue her country music dreams, Haeley has performed at music festivals alongside such artists as Brad Paisley, Lady Antebellum and Miranda Lambert. When asked to be a part of the Stars of Tomorrow, Haeley enthusiastically agreed to return to her home town to be a part of the 67th annual event that showcases the talent of local K-12 performers.

The event is sponsored by the Fort Collins Kiwanis Club, and benefits The Kayla Foundation, a local community fund that supports the Poudre School District and other nonprofit student music programs.

First-place winners will be named in elementary, middle and high school categories and the grand prize winner will receive a $1,000 scholarship. New this year is the People’s Choice Award, which will be measured by the number of votes audience members cast via their cell phones. Mayor Karen Weitkunat and Lincoln Center General Manager Ty Sutton will also serve as judges.

“The goal here is to give these very talented kids a chance to perform on the big stage in front of a big audience,” said Ray Kepler, a longtime member and former president of the Fort Collins Kiwanis Club. “Let’s give these kids a sellout!”

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Staff Performance Pick of the Month
Straight No Chaser - Robin Stitzel, Lincoln Center Scheduling Coordinator
My pick is Straight No Chaser - the 10-member, all-male a cappella vocal ensemble. Although I haven’t seen this group before, I love great harmonies! As a longtime staff member, I have seen lots of performances and I am always excited to see something new. I am also intrigued because getting them here was such a coup. (Our booking department was able to secure four performances in a market where even one appearance is almost impossible.) I want to see what the buzz is about!