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Friday, Oct 5, 7:30 pm, Saturday, Oct 6, 7:30 pm, Thursday, Oct 11, 7:30 pm, Friday, Oct 12, 7:30 pm, Saturday, Oct 13, 7:30 pm, Sunday, Oct 14, 2:00 pm, Thursday, Oct 18, 7:30 pm, Friday, Oct 19, 7:30 pm, Saturday, Oct 20, 7:30 pm

 

Theater Arts Guild presents Side Show.

Theater Arts Guild presents the Broadway Musical Side Show for a three week run beginning October 5th. Based on the true story of Siamese twins Violet and Daisy Hilton who became stars during the Depression era, Side Show is an inspiring story of two women joined at the hip whose extraordinary bondage brings them fame but denies them love. Surrounded by the other 'freaks' of the side show, we follow their progression from England to America, around the vaudeville circuit and finally to Hollywood on the eve of their appearance in the 1932 movie Freaks. TAG has assembled one of the most talented casts ever for this must-see show! Come be a part of the magic and step back in time to when the Lincoln actually was a vaudeville house. This is a love story, tragedy, and documentary all in one, something for everyone! 

Get your Advance Reserved Seating Tickets TODAY!

Saturday, Oct 20, 9:55 am, Sunday, Oct 28, 1:00 pm

Samson et Dalila (Camille Saint-Saëns)

Conductor: Sir Mark Elder

Production: Darko Tresnjak

Set Designer: Alexander Dodge

Costume Designer: Linda J. Cho

Lighting Designer: Donald Holder

Running time: 3hrs 4mins includes 2- 15 minutes intermissions

Saturday, Oct 6, 9:55 am, Sunday, Oct 21, 1:00 pm

 

Aida (Giuseppe Verdi)

Conductor: Nicola Luisotti

Production: Sonja Frisell

Set Designer: Gianni Quaranta

Costume Designer: Dada Saligeri

Lighting Designer: Gil Wechsler

Running Time: 3hrs 36min

Wednesday, Oct 24, 7:00 pm

Following its record-breaking, sell-out run in London’s West End and national tour, the critically-acclaimed musical Funny Girl comes to a cinema near you, featuring Sheridan Smith in “an unforgettable star turn” (The Times). Funny Girl is semi-biographical, based on the life and career of Broadway star, film actress and comedienne Fanny Brice (a role made famous by Barbara Streisand on Broadway and in the 1968 film adaptation), and her stormy relationship with entrepreneur and gambler Nick Arnstein.
 
Praised by critics as having “irresistible charm, wit and warmth” (Metro), and hailing Sheridan Smith as “the greatest star by far” (The Daily Telegraph), Funny Girl features a host of iconic and timeless musical numbers including “People,” “I’m the Greatest Star,” and “Don’t Rain On My Parade.

The MET: Live in HD 2018-19 Season

Advance Tickets: Adult $23, Senior $21, Student (with I.D.) and $19, Child (12 and under) $17, + applicable fees. Lincoln Theatre Members receive $2 off all price levels. Full Season subscribers receive an additional 10% discount.

The Met’s 2018-19 season of Live in HD movie-theater transmissions features ten productions beginning October 6 with Giuseppe Verdi's Aida

Click on the links below for more information and tickets:

October 6, 2018 – AIDA (Giuseppe Verdi) Encore October 21 
3:36

October 20 – SAMSON ET DALILA (Camille Saint-Saëns) Encore October 28
3:04

October 27 – LA FANCIULLA DEL WEST (Giacomo Puccini) Encore November 4
3:22

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National Theatre Live

National Theatre Live launched in June 2009 with a broadcast of the National Theatre production of Phèdre with Helen Mirren and the Lincoln Theatre has been there from the start. They've since broadcast more than twenty other productions live from the National Theatre, and on occasion other theatres in the UK and we've screened them all.

 

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In the Art Bar: Bill Ball FIREBALL

Bill Ball will have a reception in the Art Bar Saturday, October 6th from 5-7pm.

"With no formal training in art, I only discovered that I was an artist when I found myself at Burning Man, a week long art and music festival in the Nevada desert. Artists were constructing and painting walls and sharing spaces. I was given a wall. I was tentative at first but threw myself into painting. "Psychedelic Cross" was the result, a large, vibrant, multicolored work... but a temporary one. I slept for a few hours and awoke to find it had been painted over. With this loss I began to revisit the recent loss of my entire family. Could I heal myself with my creativity? I picked up a one-inch brush and for hours threw paint with pain and anger, using color to process it and heal. I finished painting, stepped back and turned to see what I had created. I smiled, laughed, and cried all at once realizing I had unlocked a hidden artist. I came home and converted my living room into my new art studio." ~Bill Ball

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