2014 Gala

Welcome To the Lincoln Theatre


The Lincoln Theatre is located in the heart of the King-Lincoln District at 769 E. Long Street in Columbus, Ohio. The Lincoln Theatre can be accessed from Interstate 71, Interstate 70, and Interstate 670. Click here for a larger map and directions.

Parking is available at the Lincoln Theatre parking lot, located next to the Lincoln Theatre, and accessible from Long Street. Additional parking is available at Broad Street Presbyterian church, located on Garfield Avenue, to the east of the Lincoln Theatre. Tickets for events at the Lincoln Theatre can be purchased any time at the CAPA Ticket Office, located at the Ohio Theatre, or by calling 614-469-0939. The Lincoln Theatre ticket office is open two hours before events.

Lincoln News


Parents and youth may attend the program for observation on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 Lincoln Theatre Ballroom, 4:30–7:30 pm

ARTS100 is a program for youth aged 8–15 years who reside in communities surrounding the KLD to engage them in the visual and performing arts of the King-Lincoln District (KLD). This program is designed for youth to tap into their creative being through dance, music and spoken word while learning about the KLD community and its rich history through walking destination. This once a month program is held from 4:30–7:30 pm that provides a nutritious meal, creative expression, social development and positive reinforcements. Parents are encouraged to volunteer and provide support in various areas. Learn more.

Contact the Lincoln Theatre General Manager Suzan Bradford at 614-719-6746 or sbradford@capa.com for more information.

Conversations Series
"The Power of Words"

Thursday, March 26, 2015
Doors 5:30 pm | Begins 6 pm
Admission is FREE

Lincoln Theatre Walk of Fame

Thanks for joining us to honor jazz greats Aminah Robinson and Kojo Kamau at the Lincoln Theatre Walk of Fame!

Artist Production Development Workshop

More info coming soon!

An Evening With James McBride

April 14
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Lincoln Theatre

An Evening With James McBride” will include a conversation with the Bexley Community Book Club’s 2015 Selected Author and an exploration of McBride’s novel The Good Lord Bird—winner of the 2013 National Book Award for fiction—through words and music. McBride, an accomplished saxophonist, will perform with his quintet The Good Lord Bird Band, whose mix of spirituals and jazz renditions of classic gospel songs are inspired by the abolitionist John Brown, a key figure in the novel.

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