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Rock of Ages
January 9 & 10

Marc Cohn
January 18

Natalie MacMaster
January 23

Black Violin
January 26

Paco Peña
February 13

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Wheaties 2 by Alan Paine Radebaugh
Wheaties 2 by Alan Paine Radebaugh


Join us in celebrating the opening of two new gallery shows on Friday, January 11, 5-7 p.m.

New Mexico artist Alan Paine Radebaugh exhibits his new series ,Ghost of Sea, large scale paintings that depict the North American Great Plains that were once an inland sea. Waves of tall grasses, oceans of sage and scrub grace these beautiful and haunting geographies.

From North Carolina Terry Schupbach-Gordon pieces together Bent Like a River with images from her prints and woodcuts, and binds together hand-made artist books that examine and celebrate the strength and fragility of the human condition.


The current gallery exhibit "Visions and Viewpoints," a national juried exhibition, is a dynamic and eclectic collection of fine art. Thirty-three artists were chosen to participate, with paintings, photography, prints, sculpture, ceramics, video, and more. It is truly a feast for the eyes and runs through Jan 5.

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 or by calling 970-416-2737.

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

Healthy Tidbits

Five Tips to Lose the Holiday Bulge

1. Hold the extra holiday calories.

2. Be mindful of calories in holiday drinks.

3. Sweat off the sweets.

4. Practice healthy habits at work.

5. Manage holiday stress.

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May All Your Holiday Dreams Come True!

We wish you much peace and joy this holiday season!
- The Lincoln Center Staff

Travel Back to 1987

The year is 1987 and the place is the Sunset Strip - a small-town girl meets a big-city dreamer and in L.A's most legendary rock club, they fall in love to the greatest songs of the '80's. It's ROCK OF AGES, a hilarious, feel-good love story told through the hit songs of iconic rockers Journey, Styx, REO Speedwagon, Foreigner, Pat Benetar, Whitesnake, and many more.

The National Tour of this 5-time Tony nominated musical will rock the Lincoln Center for two performances on January 9 and 10. With the star-studded motion picture that earned rave reviews for Tom Cruise just hitting pay-per-view and NetFlix, the timing is perfect!

Rock of Ages is a worldwide phenomenon with smash hit productions in Australia, London, South Korea and still rockin' on Broadway featuring 28 classic rock tunes including "Don't Stop Believin,", "We Built This City", "Wanted Dead or Alive," "Here I Go Again", "Harden My Heart" and "Can't Fight this Feeling."

Don't miss this awesomely good time about dreaming big, playing loud and partying on!

1987 Flash Back

Billboard Magazine's Biggest Hits: 1. "Walk Like an Egyptian" by the Bangles, 2. "Alone" by Heart, 3. "Shake You Down" by Gregory Abbott, 4. "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" by Whitney Houston, 5. "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" by Starship & 5."C'est, la vie" by Robbie Nevil

Biggest Movie Hits: 1.Three Men and A Baby, 2. Fatal Attraction, 3. Beverly Hills Cop II, 4. Good Morning, Vietnam & 5. Moonstruck

A.C. Nielsen's Top TV shows: 1. The Cosby Show, 2. Roseanne, 3. A Different World, 4. Cheers & 5. 60 Minutes


Tickets only $49

New Art Decks Our Halls

In addition to our rotating art exhibits, the Lincoln Center works with local and regional artists to enliven our main and balcony lobbies with beautiful artworks that are on long-term loan to us. During our inaugural year after the renovation, Michael Allison's and Kari Lennartson's paintings helped us open the building in style. This month new paintings arrive by Bonnie Lebesch and Penelope Sartori. You'll be able to enjoy them for months to come.

B-Movie Parody Tickles Funny Bones

Back in 1981, OpenStage Theatre first staged the uproarious Bullshot Crummond, a farce that apparently tickled Fort Collins' funny bone so memorably audiences voted to bring it back for the company's 40th anniversary season.

Bullshot Crummond is a parody of 1930s low-budget detective movies, most memorably those featuring the British pulp hero Bulldog Drummond. The comedy ambitiously stages wild thrills and spills usually found only on the silver screen. Car smash ups, mountain cliffhangers, plane crashes and more are re-created in slap-dash manner with much hilarity ensuing.

"Much of the play's humor comes from its audacious (and intentionally failed) attempts to recreate film effects onstage, motivated by the grade-B detective films of that period," said OpenStage Director Candice Ingold. "It's silly, over-exaggerated series of unlikely and unfortunate events keeps the audience laughing and waiting for the next ridiculous and intentionally failed film effect played out on stage."

"We are referencing the original OpenStage Theatre set design from 1981 and revamping it somewhat for greater effect," said Ingold. "We are still incorporating very comical cartoon-like set pieces. I'm confident audiences are going to love this re-staging as much as our original production."