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Capitol Steps
October 3

Tapdogs
October 11-13

Acoustic Africa
October 17

Shaolin Warriors
October 24

Sinbad
November 1

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Red Teapot by Nan McKinnell
Red Teapot by Nan McKinnell

TEA TIME WITH NAN MCKINNELL

In this exhibition, The Lincoln Center pays tribute to long-time Fort Collins resident and international figure in ceramic arts education and innovation, Nan Bangs McKinnell. Nan and her husband James F. McKinnell taught ceramics nationally and internationally, working with important figures in the field during their lifetimes and doing much to further the advancement and innovation of the ceramics arts. Nan passed away peacefully at her home on August 9, 2012, at the age of 99, making pots until the end. Exhibiting her own collection of teapots by Nan, her friends and colleagues, we celebrate her dynamic contributions in the field of ceramics in the way that she loved – sharing tea with friends.

The exhibit is open now and an Opening Reception will be held at Lincoln Center Art Gallery on Friday, September 14, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. The exhibit will be on view through November 3, 2012.

Gallery hours are Tuesdays through Fridays, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays, noon – 6:00 p.m. Admission is free. Information is available at www.LCtix.com or by calling 970-416-2737.
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The Hottest Show on Legs!

TAP DOGS is taking the world by storm having performed in 330 cities worldwide with 12 million seats sold. Created by two-time Olivier Award-winning choreographer Dein Perry, with a construction site set by designer/director Nigel Triffitt and a driving score by composer Andrew Wilkie, TAP DOGS is rocking theatrical entertainment – part theatre, part dance, part rock concert, – a rough, tough reinvention of tap.

Australian Dein Perry has come a long way from the make-shift dance school in Newcastle, a steel town north of Sydney, where, as young boys, he and the future dogs learned how to tap. At the age of 17, with no opportunities in sight for a dancing career, he earned his union papers and worked as an industrial machinist for six years. He then moved to Sydney where he tried to break into show business. Dein decided to create a contemporary show around the themes of his industrial experience with his Newcastle tap dancing mates. The collaboration with designer and director Nigel Triffitt resulted in the creation of TAP DOGS.

Winner of 11 International Awards, TAP DOGS premiered at the Sydney Theatre Festival, moved on to London and New York, and has been a howling success all across North America, Europe, Asia, America, and Australia. The international sensation is ready to leave dents on the Lincoln Center stage. Don't miss it!

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Fantasia by Jennifer Angus
Fantasia by Jennifer Angus

Artful Insects

In the Art Gallery, you'll find bugs, bugs and more bugs! These artfully arranged insects are part of the new exhibit titled Jennifer Angus: Memory Game. Running September 14- November 3rd, this exhibit features artist Jennifer Angus' intricate patterns and designs created with large colorful beetles, cicadas and other insects. Often mistaken for wallpaper, her installations call into focus the undeniable intersections and interdependence that the human and insect worlds have in common.

The exhibition will open Friday, September 14 from 5 to 8 p.m. with an Opening Reception. and Gallery Talk by the artist at 6:30 p.m.

Memory Game is an installation that reaches back to early childhood for Angus, recalling the beautiful patterns and objects found on the set of game cards created by famous designers Charles and Ray Eames. The gallery installation will reference these iconic game cards.

Jennifer Angus is a professor and artist at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She has exhibited all across the United States, as well as throughout the world, including Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan and Spain. Angus travels to southeast Asia to collect some of the most beautiful and interesting bugs you’ve seen. Angus has great respect for the forested environments in which her insects are found and hopes that audiences who see her work will become intrigued about these beautiful bugs and want to learn more about and take action to protect their habitats.

Gallery hours are Tuesdays through Fridays, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays, noon – 6:00 p.m. Admission is free. Information is available at www.LCtix.com or by calling 970-416-2737.

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Nancy Drew: Detective

Haunted puppets at the Old Barn Theatre? An heiress in danger? Locked doors... secret rooms... old diaries... missing jewels... car chases... a lost fortune? America’s favorite girl detective Nancy Drew is on the case! Accompanied by her best friends, Bess and George, Nancy investigates the Spencer house after it’s owners suspect that it is haunted. She finds that not everyone is who they say they are and not everything is as it seems.

For over 80 years, Nancy Drew has captured our imagination and our spirit for mystery. Whether it is her instinctive talent for sleuthing, her compassion for those in need of her help, or her strong determination to succeed in solving the most baffling mysteries, Nancy Drew has that enduring timeless quality.

Now Debut Theatre Company brings Carolyn Keene’s beloved sleuth to the Magnolia Theatre stage October 12 – 20. This surprising, funny and spooky performance is appropriate for audiences of all ages and is great family Halloween entertainment.

Marking its 22st year, Debut Theatre's group of young people 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!

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