This June and July, the Metropolitan Opera will present encore presentations of six Live in HD performances in hundreds of movie theaters across the United States including the Historic Lincoln Theatre.
The Lincoln Theatre Historic Project: 85 Sign Lighting Ceremony
Please mark your calendars and join us for this historic event as we light up the recreated original blade sign from decades past.
Sign installation as of Wednesday, May 30th 9:30am.
The event is the culmination of more than a year of fundraising for 'Project: 85,' the effort to commission and install the sign on the front facade in honor of the Lincoln's 85th birthday.
The Ring at the Met
The Metropolitan Opera’s new production of Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen features a cast of today’s greatest Wagnerian singers, led by Bryn Terfel (Wotan), Deborah Voigt (Brünnhilde), Jay Hunter Morris (Siegfried), and Jonas Kaufmann (Siegmund). The four-opera epic is directed by Robert Lepage and conducted by Met Music Director James Levine and the company’s Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi. The production premiered at the Met over the course of the 2010–11 and 2011–12 seasons.
Join us this weekend for our annual Open House that coincides with the Tulip Festival Street Fair.
While you're enjoying the festival sites, sounds and tastes please stop by the Lincoln for free popcorn and soda (while supplies last) and a tour of our Historic Theatre and Wurlitzer organ. Board members, theatre organists and other volunteers will be on hand to answer your questions.
We'll be open from noon to five Friday and Saturday.
Meet Marie-Claire at a reception in the Art Bar on Saturday, June 9th from 5:30 - 7:30.
During the month of March, the Lincoln Theatre art gallery will host a Human Rights Display by local Skagit Valley artists.
Featured artists include Thais Armstrong and Richard Olmsted among others.
An opening reception for this event will take place on Friday, March 2nd from 5 -7 pm in our Art Bar. The Human Rights Display will be up throughout the month of March in conjunction with the Skagit Human Rights
For the month of February we will feature the work of two artists in association with WinterStomp on February 4th.
Kris Ekstrand Molesworth lives in the Skagit Valley and works in the media of painting and printmaking. She often employs the art of field journaling, drawing outside in a variety of locations in various weather conditions and on a large scale, particularly in the North Cascades and in the farm fields of the valley.
Love the Lincoln? Then join us for the Lincoln Lovers’ Bash! Fundraising event...
Recent paintings by Elizabeth Haba will be on display through January in the Lincoln Theatre Art Bar.
Elizabeth Haba employs various ways of expressing her passion for the creative process. She has worked in many disciplines including film, theatre sets and costume design, architecture, interior design, sculpture and painting. Her painting subjects range from collage, still life and landscapes to portraits. Elizabeth lives on Camano Island with her husband, sculptor Aaron Haba, and their dog, Angel.