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Rhythm of the Dance
April 12, 13, 14

Stuart Little
April 21

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Renewal Time Is Fast Approaching!

We’re almost ready to announce our 2012-13 Season! We can hardly wait to kick off yet another great season of Broadway hits, live music, thrilling dance performances, side-splitting comedy and other dynamic acts!

Season subscribers - keep your eye out for our new season brochure and re-order forms that will be arriving by mail the second week of May. Renewal deadline is June 15th. Tickets go on sale to the general public August 7.

Art Meets Science

The Lincoln Center Art Gallery will be presenting CSU’s 7th Annual Art and Science Exhibition April 13 – 28. Selected from CSU graduate and undergraduate students, faculty and staff in the College of Natural Sciences and the Art Department, this exhibition celebrates the interplay between science and art. Featuring scientific displays that are inherently artistic, as well as art that draws inspiration from science, the exhibit celebrates the wide range of creative output found in the juxtaposition of these distinct yet undeniably related disciplines.

Please join us for the Opening Reception on Friday, April 13, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the Lincoln Center Art Gallery and Lobby.

Admission is always free. Gallery hours are Tuesdays through Fridays 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturdays noon to 6 p.m., and evenings of performances.

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

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An Awe-Inspiring Irish Tale

Joining us April 12 - 14 for a stunning Irish dance and music extravaganza presented by the official National Dance Company of Ireland. Combining traditional dance and music with the most up to date stage technology, this richly costumed show marries the contemporary with the ancient. Rhythm of the Dance is a thousand year old story executed with all the advantages of the contemporary staged show.

An inspiring epic reliving the journey of two Celtic clans as they battle their way to freedom, Rhythm of the Dance illuminates the influence that the Irish Celts had, and still have, in Irish society. It is truly a celebration of all things Irish.

Since its debut performance in 1999, Rhythm Of The Dance has played to more than 4.5 million fans in 44 countries worldwide. It has been heralded as new era in Irish entertainment and is internationally rated as one of the most popular and liveliest Irish step dance shows in the world.

Rhythm of the Dance aspires to preserve the traditions of Irish step dancing while presenting it in the most modern format, a feat that has made it a leader in its field. You won't want to miss this stunning production featuring 15 dancers, 3 tenors and 7 instrumentalists!

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Les Sunde strums a few chords on the sound board removed from a piano.
Les Sunde strums a few chords on the sound board removed from a piano.

Rescue and Redemption

Acknowledging the spirit of sustainable design and management in which the renovated Lincoln Center was built, the Art Galleries will present the work of 5 artists who creatively rescue and repurpose consumer and industrial waste, offering them redemption in the form of fine art objects.

Bob Coonts, Erick C. Johnson, Susannah Mira, Lee Somers and Les Sunde see discarded objects with an eye toward what can be, rather than what was. These artists give new life and new purpose to things we would consider used up and useless. Tractor blades become parts to a fantastical flying boat; rubber and cork gaskets become a gracefully undulating mobile, and piano parts become body parts to a new breed of wild animal. In these artists’ hands, anything is possible.

In addition to exhibiting their unique and diverse artworks, all five artists have been invited to create something new for the exhibition using the parts from decommissioned pianos from the “Pianos About Town” program. This collaborative project between the City’s Art in Public Places Program, the Downtown Development Authority and Bohemian Foundation invites and coordinates local artists to paint pianos in public view and then places the painted pianos around Fort Collins for residents and visitors to play in public settings. These artists will give new life to the program's decommissioned pianos by creating something that extends the reach of the pianos and offers yet another art form for the community to enjoy.

“Rescue and Redemption” will open on Friday, May 4th with an Opening Reception at 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and will continue through Saturday, June 2nd.

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Tales of Magic, Adventure, Genies and Thieves

Shake the dust off your magic carpet and fly to Debut Theatre Company’s production of Tales from the Arabian Nights, May 4 - 12 in the Magnolia Theatre.

Marking its 21st year, Debut Theatre's group of young actors between the ages of 12 and 17 years are responsible for every aspect of this production: from sets, costumes and publicity to lights, sound, special effects, and acting!

The collection of ancient tales, originally known as One Thousand and One Nights, trace their roots back to ancient and medieval Arabic, Persian, Indian, Turkish, Egyptian and Mesopotamian literature and folklore. First translated into English in the early 18th century as Arabian Nights, stories such as “Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves,” “Sinbad the Sailor” and “Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp” have become favorites of modern readers around the world.

All of the stories are humorous and playful: The thieves ride hobby horses, the cobra is a puppet, and live sound and percussion enhance the action. Brimming with dance, magic, adventure, sword fights, romance – and a Genie or two – this tapestry of tales will enchant each and every member of the family.