The Met: Live in HD

Turandot (Puccini)

Saturday, Jan 30, 9:55 am
Sunday, Feb 14, 1:00 pm

Runtime: 3:35 hours

Swedish dramatic soprano Nina Stemme sings her first Met performances of the demanding title role of Puccini’s Chinese ice princess, with Anita Hartig in her company role debut as the angelic slave girl Liù. Marco Berti sings Calàf, the suitor who risks his head for Turandot’s hand, and Alexander Tsymbalyuk sings Timur. Paolo Carignani conducts Franco Zeffirelli’s visually spectacular 1987 production.  
 

Conductor: Paolo Carignani
Production: Franco Zeffirelli
Set Designer: Franco Zeffirelli
Costume Designers: Anna Anni, Dada Saligeri
Lighting Designer: Gil Wechsler
Choreographer: Chiang Ching

 

Cast: Nina Stemme (Turandot), Anita Hartig (Liù), Marco Berti (Calàf),
Alexander Tsymbalyuk (Timur)

 
Stassya Pacheco returns for a pre-opera lecture prior to every Saturday live transmission, 30 minutes before the start time.  Also, Saturday operas offer the option of pre-ordering your lunch from Pacioni's Market.  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: $23 adults; $19 seniors; $16 students with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members plus applicable fees. Discounted Season Passes available!
 
Tickets go on sale to MET members on July 17th and to the general public July 24th.

 
 

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Jan Haaken’s documentary on dairy farms in Skagit and Whatcom counties,

MILK MEN

on Thursday, Feb 18, 7:00 pm,

provides a corrective to both the highly romanticized and demonized portraits of dairy farmers that circulate in the mainstream media. Two stereotypes predominate, and both are gross distortions of the reality. One image—enlisted routinely in dairy commercials—evokes idyllic pastoral scenes inhabited by simple people tending their contented cows. These scenes invite nostalgia for a pre-modern way of life where humans lived in perfect harmony with animals and nature. The second image—the one most often drawn by anti-dairy critics—casts the farmer as an animal abuser, pushing over-bred cows until they drop and producing large vats of drug-laden milk. Whether the cheery bucolic scene or the darkly cast world of the CAFO, both pictures miss the complexity of this form of work, with its mix of business skills, animal science, technology, engineering, and social networks required to keep the enterprise going.

Milk Men is brought to you in part by Skagit Farmers Supply and DeLaval Dairy Service.

Admission for this special pre-film festival screening: $12 general, $10 members, $8 seniors and students.

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Rabbit Wilde

album release concert with The Warren G. Hardings and The Battlefield

Friday, February 20th, 2016

Doors at 7pm show at 8pm

If you like dancing, forest landscapes, adventures, Colorado, the PNW, harmonious vocals, love stories, early mornings, late nights, local produce, or strong coffee, you will love Rabbit Wilde...This is art and entertainment in a beautiful form. The entire album is just flawless and I want everyone to enjoy it.
-Ear To The Ground Music

Though all four members of Rabbit Wilde grew up running around wooded areas of the same small town in the farthest Northwest corner of Washington state, brothers Zach and Nathan didn't meet Miranda, the third founding member, until they had all ended up in New York City. This kind of backyard folk seasoned by the edge, polish and fervor of big-city inclinations is at the root of their high-energy sound and stage presence. The group revamps classic string band instrumentation with homespun percussion and the unique integration of six-string ukulele and Jillian Walker on cello. With their widely varying influences, three distinct vocal styles and copious amounts of foot-stomping, they demonstrate a sound and presence that's at once original and familiar, appealing to audiences of all generations and genres. Voted best band in their home city of Bellingham, WA for the past three years, they have quickly risen to local renown and now tour extensively throughout the U.S. On their forthcoming full length The Heartland, Rabbit Wilde deliver on the promise made by their stellar fall 2015 EP Southern Winters; mining the best of the American songbook, melding the choicest bits of indie rock, pop, blues, soul, and orchestral arrangement in with their trademark brand of front-porch-shaking folk.

This show will be the official album release for The Heartland for the Skagit Valley.

Opening the show will be The Battlefield from Los Angeles, http://www.thewarrenghardings.com/, and The Warren G. Hardings, http://www.thewarrenghardings.com/, from Seattle.

Advance tickets: $20 adults; $15 students plus applicable fees. $2 discount for Lincoln Theatre members.

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National Theatre Live:

As You Like It

Thursday, Feb 25, 7:00 pm

Sunday, Mar 6, 1:00 pm


Shakespeare’s glorious comedy of love and change comes to the National Theatre for the first time in over 30 years, with Rosalie Craig (London Road, Macbeth at MIF) as Rosalind.

With her father the Duke banished and in exile, Rosalind and her cousin Celia leave their lives in the court behind them and journey into the Forest of Arden.

There, released from convention, Rosalind experiences the liberating rush of transformation.

Disguising herself as a boy, she embraces a different way of living and falls spectacularly in love.


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Manon Lescaut (Puccini)

Saturday, Mar 5, 9:55 am
Sunday, Mar 13, 1:00 pm
Runtime: 3:33 hours
 

 
Conductor: Fabio Luisi
Production: Sir Richard Eyre
Set Designer: Rob Howell
Costume Designer: Fotini Dimou
Lighting Designer: Peter Mumford
Choreographer: Sara Erde

Cast: Kristine Opolais (Manon Lescaut), Jonas Kaufmann (Des Grieux), Massimo Cavalletti (Lescaut), Brindley Sherratt (Geronte)
 
Stassya Pacheco returns for a pre-opera lecture prior to every Saturday live transmission, 30 minutes before the start time.  Also, Saturday operas offer the option of pre-ordering your lunch from Pacioni's Market.  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: $23 adults; $19 seniors; $16 students with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members plus applicable fees. Discounted Season Passes available!
 
Tickets go on sale to MET members on July 17th and to the general public July 24th.
 
 

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NT Live:

The Hangman

Sunday, Mar 20, 1:00 pm

Following a sell-out run at London’s Royal Court Theatre, Olivier and Academy Award winner Martin McDonagh (The Pillowman, The Cripple of Inishmaan, In Bruges) returns to the West End with Matthew Dunster’s award-winning production of his deeply funny new play Hangmen, broadcast live to cinemas by National Theatre Live.

In his small pub in the northern English town of Oldham, Harry (David Morrissey – The Walking Dead, State of Play) is something of a local celebrity. But what's the second-best hangman in England to do on the day they've abolished hanging?

Amongst the cub reporters and pub regulars dying to hear Harry’s reaction to the news, his old assistant Syd (Andy NymanPeaky Blinders, Death at a Funeral) and the peculiar Mooney (Johnny FlynnClouds of Sils Maria) lurk with very different motives for their visit.

Advance Tickets: $16 adults, $14 seniors, $12 students and children, with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre members. 10% off with purchase of 4 different plays in the NT Live Season.

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Madama Butterfly (Puccini)

Saturday, Apr 2, 9:55 am
Sunday, Apr 10, 1:00 pm
Runtime: 3:48 hours
 

 
Conductor: Karel Mark Chichon
Production: Anthony Minghella
Director and Choreographer: Carolyn Choa
Set Designer: Michael Levine
Costume Designer: Han Feng
Lighting Designer: Peter Mumford
Puppetry: Blind Summit Theatre
 
Cast: Kristine Opolais (Cio-Cio-San), Maria Zifchak (Suzuki), Roberto Alagna (Pinkerton), Dwayne Croft (Sharpless) 
 
Stassya Pacheco returns for a pre-opera lecture prior to every Saturday live transmission, 30 minutes before the start time.  Also, Saturday operas offer the option of pre-ordering your lunch from Pacioni's Market.  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: $23 adults; $19 seniors; $16 students with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members plus applicable fees. Discounted Season Passes available!
 
Tickets go on sale to MET members on July 17th and to the general public July 24th.
 
 

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The Lincoln Theatre presents

Loudon Wainwright III

on Saturday, April 2nd at 8:00pm

Born in Chapel Hill, N.C. in 1946, Loudon Wainwright III came to fame when Dead Skunk became a Top 20 hit in 1972. He had studied acting at Carnegie-Mellon University, but dropped out to partake in the “Summer of Love” in San Francisco, and wrote his first song in 1968 (“Edgar,” about a lobsterman in Rhode Island).

He was soon signed to Atlantic Records by Nesuhi Ertegun, and was lured by Clive Davis to Columbia Records, which released Dead Skunk. His songs have since been recorded by Bonnie Raitt, Johnny Cash, Earl Scruggs, Kate & Anna McGarrigle, his son Rufus Wainwright, and Mose Allison, among others.


Additionally, Wainwright has co-written with songwriter/producer Joe Henry on the music for Judd Apatow’s hit movie Knocked Up, written music for the British theatrical adaptation of the Carl Hiaasen novel Lucky You, and composed topical songs for NPR’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered and ABC’s Nightline. An accomplished actor, he has appeared in films directed by Martin Scorsese, Hal Ashby, Christopher Guest, Tim Burton, Cameron Crowe and Judd Apatow. Wainwright has also starred on TV in M.A.S.H.

Loudon Wainwright III is proudly sponsored by Mark and Diane Studley.

Advance Reserved Seating Tickets: $36 1st Section; $32 2nd Section; $28 3rd Section: $24 4th Section. Lincoln Theatre Members receive a $2 discount.

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Roberto Devereaux (Donizetti)

Saturday, Apr 16, 9:55 am
Sunday, Apr 24, 1:00 pm
Runtime: 3:11 hours
 

 
Conductor: Maurizio Benini
Production: Sir David McVicar
Set Designer: Sir David McVicar
Costume Designer: Moritz Junge
Lighting Designer: Paule Constable
Choreographer: Leah Hausman

Cast: Sondra Radvanovsky (Elisabetta), Elīna Garanča (Sara), Matthew Polenzani (Roberto Devereux), Mariusz Kwiecien (Duke of Nottingham) 
 
Stassya Pacheco returns for a pre-opera lecture prior to every Saturday live transmission, 30 minutes before the start time.  Also, Saturday operas offer the option of pre-ordering your lunch from Pacioni's Market.  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: $23 adults; $19 seniors; $16 students with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members plus applicable fees. Discounted Season Passes available!
 
Tickets go on sale to MET members on July 17th and to the general public July 24th.
 
 

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Elektra (R. Strauss)

Saturday, Apr 30, 9:55 am
Sunday, May 8, 1:00 pm
 
Runtime: 2:10 hours
 

 
Conductor: Esa-Pekka Salonen
Production: Patrice Chéreau
Stage Director: Vincent Huguet
Set Designer: Richard Peduzzi
Costume Designer: Caroline de Vivaise
Lighting Designer: Dominique Bruguière

Cast: Nina Stemme (Elektra), Adrianne Pieczonka (Chrysothemis), Waltraud Meier (Klytämnestra), Burkhard Ulrich (Aegisth), Eric Owens (Orest) 
 
Stassya Pacheco returns for a pre-opera lecture prior to every Saturday live transmission, 30 minutes before the start time.  Also, Saturday operas offer the option of pre-ordering your lunch from Pacioni's Market.  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: $23 adults; $19 seniors; $16 students with $2 off for Lincoln Theatre Members plus applicable fees. Discounted Season Passes available!
 
Tickets go on sale to MET members on July 17th and to the general public July 24th.


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