What is Producer's Night?
Producer's Night is an exciting evening filled with performances, film shorts, a silent auction, and many surprises!
This year's event features refreshments from Max Dale's, complimentary wine, champagne cocktails and mixed drinks, and live performances by The Blues Abuses and singers from META's upcoming production of Annie!
What is Producer's Night?
The Lincoln is happy to present a discussion of how to change your life and the lives of children you love. This event is a conversation to impart three dynamic life skills for immediate impact and growth. Marta, a sought after trainer & speaker, brings 14 years as a trauma recovery therapist & more than 30 years as a dynamic, entertaining & informative trainer to her sessions.
This evening is a chance to redefine how you approach young people, and
how you can help them realize their greatest potential throughout their life.
According to Cascadia Weekly:
"When it comes to entertainment, voters made it clear Mount Vernon's Lincoln Theatre is the place they go. While it's cool that the restored vaudeville house (circa 1926) is a living piece of history, it's probably the fact they can see regional theatre. nationally lauded musical acts like the Wailin' Jennys, and both contemporary and classic films at the eye-cathching space that keeps them coming back."
We couldn't have put it better ourselves. Thanks to all of our patrons who voted!
In addition to this weekend's crowd pleasing adventure-fantasy film Percy Jackson and the Olympians the Historic Lincoln Theatre, for this weekend's Tulip Festival Street Fair, will present these other great family entertainments: on Saturday, as part of our Community Day, we present two bargain priced shows: The Green Bird at 12:00PM and
For all you nighthawks the Historic Lincoln Theatre is screening a series of Late Nite films with a focus on the cult movies of our past. Many of these films have acquired a highly devoted but specific group of (often obsessive) fans, some have gone on to transcend their original cult status and have become recognized as classics; others are of the "so bad it's good" variety and are destined to remain in obscurity.
Tony Flynn has lived in the Mount Vernon area since moving here in 1979 to attend Skagit Valley College. In 1983 he began a career in journalism at the Skagit Argus newspaper that spanned 24 years, which changed in 2007 when he retired to pursue his artistic side in the field of photography.
Tony's photography will be on display in the Lincoln Theatre Art Bar from April 1 through May 31, 2010.
A reception for the artist will be held on Friday, April 23 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m
For the month of March the Lincoln Theatre Art Bar will feature work with a Human Rights theme.
Featured artists include:
Becky Fletcher's paintings of war and peace.
In light of the horrific events surrounding the earthquake this week in Haiti, the Lincoln Theatre has announced that net proceeds from Cambalache, the Northwest’s hottest live salsa band, will be donated to the William J. Clinton Foundation. Ticket prices have been dropped to $15 general admission, to allow as many community members as possible to come together and make an impact in the face of a world tragedy. To take part in this benefit, visit www.lincolntheatre.org or call 360-336-8955.
Kevin “Wa lee hub” Paul has lived all of his life in the Swinomish community. He graduated from La Conner High School in 1979, attended Skagit Valley College, and began carving in the Coast Salish tradition as a young man. Kevin’s father and an uncle were master carvers.
Kevin's work will be on display in the Lincoln Theatre Art Bar from January 9th 2010 through February 28th, 2010.
A reception for the artist will be held on Saturday, January 9th from 5:30 - 7:30