LA BOHÈME (Puccini)

Saturday, Apr 5, 9:55 am
Sunday, Apr 20 (Easter), 1:00 pm

Running Time: 3:25

Puccini’s moving story of young love is the most performed opera in Met history—and with good reason. Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimì in Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production, with Vittorio Grigolo as her passionate lover, Rodolfo...

Every Saturday live transmission features a pre-opera talk with the wonderful Stassya Pacheco 30 minutes before the start time. Also, Saturday operas offer the option of pre-ordering your lunch from The Lunch Box. Pre-order lunches are made up during the opera and ready for you to enjoy during the intermission.

We will also have recorded encore screenings of all performances. Tickets go on sale to MET members on August 16th, Lincoln Theatre members August 19th and to the general public August 24th.

Ticket Prices: $23 adults; $19 seniors; $16 students and children with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members. Full Season and Half Season subscriptions available at 10% off.


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COSÌ FAN TUTTE (Mozart)

Saturday, Apr 26, 9:55 am
Sunday, May 4, 1:00 pm

Running Time: 4:05

Music Director James Levine makes his long-awaited return to the Met podium to conduct Mozart’s beloved opera about testing the ties of love. The cast is filled with youthful Met stars: Susanna Phillips and Isabel Leonard are the sisters Fiordiligi and Dorabella, Matthew Polenzani and Rodion Pogossov are their lovers, with Danielle de Niese as the scheming Despina..

Every Saturday live transmission features a pre-opera talk with the wonderful Stassya Pacheco 30 minutes before the start time. Also, Saturday operas offer the option of pre-ordering your lunch from The Lunch Box. Pre-order lunches are made up during the opera and ready for you to enjoy during the intermission.

We will also have recorded encore screenings of all performances. Tickets go on sale to MET members on August 16th, Lincoln Theatre members August 19th and to the general public August 24th.

Ticket Prices: $23 adults; $19 seniors; $16 students and children with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members. Full Season and Half Season subscriptions available at 10% off.


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META performing arts is bringing

The Outsiders.

to the Lincoln Theater Stage in May of 2014

This must see drama is based on the well-loved story written by SE Hinton when she was only 16 years old. The story unfolds in 1967 Oklahoma, where two sets of kids The Greaser’s and The Soc’s fight out their differences, and learn from one another along the way. The unforgettable characters such as Pony Boy, Soda Pop, Darry, Dallas, Two Bit and Johnny Boy show tremendous friendship, loyalty, and love despite their harsh and unprivileged upbringing.

Directed by local actress Lindsey Bowen, this is a Must See Production.

MAY: Friday the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 7:30 pm
MAY: Saturday the 3rd, 10th, 17th, 7:30 pm
MAY: Thursday the 8th, 7:30 pm, Pay What You Can
MAY: Thursday the 15th, 7:30 pm
MAY Sunday the 11th, 2pm, Mother’s Day

All Tickets are $16
Festival Seating


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LA CENERENTOLA (Rossini)

Saturday, May 10, 9:55 am
Sunday, May 18, 1:00 pm

Running Time: 3:40

A peerless pair of Rossini virtuosos joins forces in La Cenerentola—a vocal tour de force for mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, singing her first Met performances of the Cinderella title role, and the high-flying tenor Juan Diego Flórez, as her Prince Charming. Alessandro Corbelli and Luca Pisaroni complete the cast, with Met Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi leading the effervescent score..

Every Saturday live transmission features a pre-opera talk with the wonderful Stassya Pacheco 30 minutes before the start time. Also, Saturday operas offer the option of pre-ordering your lunch from The Lunch Box. Pre-order lunches are made up during the opera and ready for you to enjoy during the intermission.

We will also have recorded encore screenings of all performances.

Tickets go on sale to MET members on August 16th, Lincoln Theatre members August 19th and to the general public August 24th.

Ticket Prices: $23 adults; $19 seniors; $16 students and children with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members. Full Season and Half Season subscriptions available at 10% off.


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National Theatre Live

King Lear

by William Shakespeare

Thursday, May 22, 7:30 pm
Sunday, Jun 1, 2:00 pm

Academy Award® winner Sam Mendes (Skyfall, American Beauty) returns to the National Theatre to direct Simon Russell Beale (Timon of Athens, Collaborators) in the title role of Shakespeare’s tragedy.

An aged king decides to divide his kingdom between his three daughters, according to which of them is most eloquent in praising him. His favourite, Cordelia, says nothing. Lear’s world descends into chaos.

‘Riveting. Simon Russell Beale is extraordinary’
Daily Express

‘Simon Russell Beale is magnetic. An exceptional production.’
Guardian

‘The cast is beyond superlative. A literally awe-inspiring production.’
Time Out

‘Genuinely gripping.’
Daily Telegraph

‘Sam Mendes and Simon Russell Beale's production is worth the wait.'
Independent

‘Sam Mendes and Simon Russell Beale deliver a brutal, unforgettable collaboration.’
Metro

‘Simon Russell Beale proves once again why he is one of our great actors.’
The Times

Tickets: $15 general; $13 seniors; $11 students with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members.


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National Theatre Live

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Encore Screenings

Thursday, May 29, 7:30 pm
Sunday, Jun 8, 2:00 pm

Following its smash-hit live broadcast in 2012, the National Theatre production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time returns to cinemas.

Based on the acclaimed novel by Mark Haddon, adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Marianne Elliott, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time has been hailed by The Times as ‘a phenomenal combination of storytelling and spectacle’. Winner of 7 Olivier Awards in 2013, including Best New Play.

Christopher, fifteen years old, has an extraordinary brain – exceptional at maths while ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion of killing Mrs Shears' dog Wellington, he records each fact about the event in the book he is writing to solve the mystery of the murder. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a frightening journey that upturns his world. into chaos.

‘Dazzlingly inventive…a beautiful, eloquent show.’
Evening Standard

‘‘Magical and moving.’
Daily Mail

‘Funny and extremely moving.’
Daily Telegraph

Tickets: $15 general; $13 seniors; $11 students with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members.


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National Theatre Live

A Small Family Business

New Production

Thursday, Jun 12, 7:30 pm Live Date
Sunday, Jun 22, 2:00 pm Encore Screening

A riotous exposure of entrepreneurial greed by Olivier Award-winning playwright Alan Ayckbourn (Bedroom Farce, A Chorus of Disapproval). A Small Family Business National Theatre for the first time since its celebrated premiere in 1987, when it won the Evening Standard Award for Best Play.

Jack McCracken: a man of principle in a corrupt world. But not for long. Moments after taking over his father-in-law’s business he’s approached by a private detective armed with some compromising information. Jack’s integrity fades away as he discovers his extended family to be thieves and adulterers, looting the business from their suburban homes. Rampant self-interest takes over and comic hysteria builds to a macabre climax.

Tickets: $15 general; $13 seniors; $11 students with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members.


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Blind Boys of Alabama

return to the Historic Lincoln Theatre on Friday, July 11th at 8:00pm, their first appearance here since their stunning sold-out concert in 2009. Blind Boys of Alabama are a five-time Grammy Award winning gospel group from Alabama. They first sang together in 1944. Since then, the group's output has spanned seven decades of tours and appearances, and produced a successful discography.

The performing core of the group consists of eight musicians, including four blind singers, original founding member Jimmy Carter, Benjamin Moore, Eric "Ricky" McKinnie, and Paul Beasley, plus the guitarist and musical director, Joey Williams. Rounding out the band will be a keyboard player, a bass player, and a drummer.

Since their formation, Blind Boys of Alabama have made it their self-proclaimed goal to "spiritually uplift audiences". The gospel group has been a source of inspiration for those with disabilities. In the words of one of the group’s blind members, Ricky McKinnie, “Our disability doesn’t have to be a handicap. It's not about what you can't do. It's about what you do. And what we do is sing good gospel music."

Nearly seventy-five years after they hit their first notes together, the Blind Boys of Alabama are exceptional not only in their longevity, but also in the breadth of their catalog and their relevance to contemporary roots music. Since 2000, they’ve won five Grammys and four Gospel Music Awards, and have delivered their spiritual message to countless listeners. “We appreciate the accolades and we thank God for them,” says Jimmy Carter, a founding member and the Blind Boys’ leader for five years now. “But we’re not interesting in money or anything other than singing gospel. We had no idea when we started that we would make it this far. The secret to our longevity is, we love what we do. And when you love what you do, that keeps you motivated. That keeps you alive.” Their new album, I'll Find a Way produced by Bon Iver's Justin Vernon is a collision of worldviews — not only between Christian and non-Christian, but also between Southerner and Midwesterner, between black and white, between young and old—drives the music of I’ll Find a Way, which is as fiery and as fervent and as fearless as you would expect from the Blind Boys. That the group can transition so smoothly from an old Philly soul tune to a new indie folk ballad and from a century-old spiritual to a ‘70s reggae nugget is a testament to their incredible range as singers and as interpreters. I’ll Find a Way proves a sonically adventurous and spiritually generous album, yet everything falls neatly under the gospel label. “We sing from the heart, and what comes from the heart reaches the heart,” says Carter. “If you have any feeling in you, you will feel the Blind Boys.”<p> Advance reserved seating tickets are $55, $50, $45 & $30 with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre members.<p>

Tickets go on sale April 1st at noon to Lincoln Theatre members and then on April 14th to the general public.


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National Theatre Live

Medea

Thursday, Sep 4, 7:30 pm Live Date
Sunday, Sep 14, 2:00 pm Encore Screening

Helen McCrory (The Last of the Haussmans) returns to the National Theatre to take the title role in Euripides’ powerful tragedy, in a new version by Ben Power, directed by Carrie Cracknell.

Medea is a wife and a mother. For the sake of her husband, Jason, she’s left her home and borne two sons in exile. But when he abandons his family for a new life, Medea faces banishment and separation from her children. Cornered, she begs for one day’s grace.

It’s time enough. She exacts an appalling revenge and destroys everything she holds dear.

Tickets: $15 general; $13 seniors; $11 students with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members.


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A Place at the Table

November 4, 2014; 7 pm

Fifty million people in the U.S.—one in four children—don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Directors Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush examine the issue of hunger in America through the lens of three compelling stories people struggling with food insecurity. Ultimately, A Place at the Table shows us how hunger poses serious economic, social and cultural implications for our nation, and that it could be solved once and for all, if the American public decides — as they have in the past — that making healthy food available and affordable is in the best interest of us all.

The film will be followed by a discussion and resources related to hunger and nutrition in Skagit County. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Skagit Volunteer Center to connect volunteers to local food banks and nutrition initiatives, and the Skagit Food Distribution Center’s farm-to-food bank initiatives.

In 2014, Community Action of Skagit County is hosting a series of community education events (sponsored by Amerigroup RealSolutions) to mark the 35th anniversary of stabilizing lives and helping families exit poverty with local solutions and resources, and the 50th anniversary of Community Action nationally. Community Action’s promise is to create a spirit of hope by “helping people help themselves, and each other.” For more information, see www.CommunityActionSkagit.org.

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