At the age of 13, Dylan D'Haeze had a simple question. What happens when we throw plastic away? The more he learned, the more he realized how big the problem is - and the more it scared him. But rather than be afraid, he decided to do something about it! That was the beginning of the Kids Can Save The Planet documentary series. Issues that face our planet - from a kid's perspective! Finding the answers took him on a journey across the continent - listening to experts, and witnessing first hand some of the shocking details. The result is the award-winning documentary "Plastic Is Forever", the first in a series of documentaries. After several screenings that have played around the world, the message is clear - kid power is the future of the planet! The movement has grown into a series of documentaries, exploring two other 'earth-shaking' topics… climate change, and zero waste and sustainability.
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.
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October 6, 2018 – AIDA (Giuseppe Verdi) Encore October 21
October 20 – SAMSON ET DALILA (Camille Saint-Saëns) Encore October 28
October 27 – LA FANCIULLA DEL WEST (Giacomo Puccini) Encore November 4
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.
In the Art Bar: Dee Doyle
During the month of March, in the Lincoln Theatre’s Art Bar, Dee shares a group of florals and birds, in the spirit of anticipating spring in Skagit Valley. Dee straddles the lines between semi-abstract impressionism and semi-representational work in mixed media, acrylics, and encaustics with a focus in the show on color as the unifying theme of her show. For Dee, it’s important to create an illusion, a feeling, of joy and light in line, form, value, and color. Dee hopes you enjoy these harbingers of spring in her March Art Bar Show. A reception will be March 15, 5-7pmMore...