Coming Soon

Elvis Lives
October 10-12

Golden Dragon Acrobats
October 19

Pacific Mambo Orchestra
w/ Tito Puente Jr.

October 29

Jon Batiste and Stay Human
November 1

November 14

Men Are From Mars Women Are From Venus - Live!
November 15

(Click on the show titles for more info)

Delany Scarf Duchess by Sonja Mackintosh
Delany Scarf Duchess by Sonja Mackintosh

KnitWear Returns!

The KnitWear Fiber Arts Market happens during the opening weekend of ArtWear Fashion Week. Open on Sunday, September 22nd, 11 am 4pm, you'll see 14 knit shops and fiber artists' booths all in one place in the Lincoln Center's Canyon West Room.

You'll want to come early for a special hands-on workshop with visiting artist Barbara Assejew of Etsy's Amber Studios. She'll lead you through her unique upcycling and needle felting techniques to create an Amber Studios style scarf. Barbara will also give a talk about her experience as a designer in the New York fashion world, how she moved into creating a more sustainable product, and her success with developing an Etsy shop. The $50 workshop is from 10am 2pm in the Lincoln Center Founders Room. Please call 416-2737 to register. Tickets include entry to KnitWear Fiber Arts Market.

Knitwear Fiber Arts Market will also offer free demonstrations in spinning, dying, knitting and more, all day long, with an additional demonstration by Barbara Assejew of her upcycling techniques. Tickets for the Market are $5 at the door and $3 for students..

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Imagination Series Begins Early

The 2013-14 Imagination Series will begin early this season. The first show of the series, Golden Dragon Acrobats, starts on October 19th. This early start is a change from previous seasons. If you'd like to experience arts and culture in a family-friendly and affordable way, we encourage you to buy tickets before the season begins. Tickets are only $32 for the series and includes Golden Dragon Acrobats, Tap Kids & Mark Nizer: 4D Juggling Theatre. All performances are held on Saturdays with two convenient show times at 2pm & 6pm. It's entertainment that promises to entertain everyone not just the kids!

Healthy Tidbits

A few simple daily habits to kick start a healthy lifestyle:

Walk around the block after a meal.

Take the stairs instead of the elevator.

Limit screen time to less than two hours.

Remember to breathe.

Find time to spend with your family.

Express gratitude.


Experience the Spirit of the King

The national tour of Elvis Lives, playing four unforgettable performances October 10-12, keeps capturing the imaginations and interests of fans of all types including Broadway lovers, concert goers and Elvis aficionados. In its only Colorado appearance, this multi-media musical journey across Elvis' life features finalists from Elvis Presley Enterprises' annual worldwide Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest, each representing Elvis during different stages in his career.

The Elvis tribute artists will be joined by a live band, back-up singers and dancers, along with an Ann-Margret tribute artist, as well as iconic imagery made available from the Graceland archives; which includes a new exhibit of life-size images of Elvis' stage-wear that will be on display in the lobby for viewing before and after each performance.

"We are excited to be working with some of the most exceptional tribute artists in the world. These talented performers really capture the spirit of the King of Rock N' Roll while evoking the sensation of being there with Elvis as he journeys through his musical career," stated Barbara Cooley, Executive Producer for On Stage Touring. "Elvis Lives is truly a dynamic and family friendly production."

Buy Your Tickets Today!

Promethean Empire Dress by Ileana Andruchovici
Promethean Empire Dress by Ileana Andruchovici

ArtWear Kicks Off

ArtWear Fashion Week is a week-long celebration of original and unique wearable art that only comes along once every two years. This fundraiser for the Lincoln Center Visual Arts Program runs September 20th 28th and kicks off with a dynamic runway Fashion Show this Friday, September 20th with two show times at 6pm and 8pm. Many one-of-a-kind garments, accessories and ensembles by over 40 artists from around the country will be on display. Tickets are available now and ticket holders can enjoy a wine reception and early-bird shopping in the Sales Gallery!

The Sales Gallery opens to the public on Saturday, September 21st, at 11am and goes to Saturday, September 28th. Don't miss your chance to purchase unique and beautiful original jackets, dresses, scarves, hats and much more.

Gallery hours are Sat & Sun, 11:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. and Mon-Fri 1:00pm 6:00 p.m. Admission is free.

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


Hearing Loop Installation

The Lincoln Center has installed a Hearing Loop for patrons with hearing aids or hearing limitations. The Hearing Loop picks up the stage sound and wirelessly delivers it directly to patrons' hearing aids, cochlear implants, or headsets.

Certain hearing aids and cochlear implants are equipped with a telecoil (T-coil), which picks up clear sound from hearing loops. Our Hearing Loop system complements our current headset system in the Performance Hall. Patrons with T-coil enabled hearing aids or cochlear implants will be able to hear clear stage sound in the Performance Hall with assistance from headsets.

The Hearing Loop system replaces our headset system in Magnolia Theatre, allowing patrons with T-coil enabled hearing aids to hear stage sound without headsets. If you do not know whether your hearing aid or cochlear implant is equipped with a T-coil, please consult your hearing care provider.

If you have hearing limitations and do not yet have hearing aids, complimentary-use headsets are still available.

There's Only This

Bohemia is a dream, but with unwavering determination and courage, eight friends from the gritty arts district of New York's Lower East Side fight to make that dream a reality in OpenStage Theatre's production of RENT, running Sep 7 - Oct 5 in the Magnolia Theatre.

Steeped in the confounding era of the HIV/AIDS epidemic during 1989 and 1990, RENT tells a story about being alive and learning to love. These ambitious characters live with an ecstatic sense of purpose and grapple with their own identities in Jonathan Larson's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning musical re-imagining of La Boheme.

"We live in a world obsessed with the past and the future," said OpenStage Director Emelie Borello about the musical's intrinsic message. "Often, it takes being put into extreme circumstances to allow us to let go of the past and future and move into a place of just being present in our lives and appreciating what we have."

Larson was compelled to write RENT based on his own life experiences and the need to share it with the world around him. Within this immense rock opera undertaking, audiences will see a group of friends face those same struggles and learn to maintain bonds with their the family created through honesty and vulnerability, but most importantly, audiences will see how each of them, in their own way, comes to realize "There's only us. There's only this. Forget regret or life is yours to miss."

Intended for mature audiences

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