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Heralds of the Harlem Renaissance

Thursday, October 26
Doors: 5:30 pm | Begins 6 pm

The Lincoln Theatre’s Community Conversations is a free series designed to generate community discussion on a variety of interesting questions surrounding the arts. In the 1920s, our nation experienced an influx of African-American literature, art, and music of such undeniable quality that it served as a catalyst for racial pride and challenged the pervading racism and stereotypes of the day.

On Thursday, October 26, the Lincoln Theatre’s Community Conversation “Heralds of the Harlem Renaissance” profiles individuals that helped pave the way for the resulting cultural, social, and artistic explosion known today as the Harlem Renaissance. Learn more.

Lincoln News

PACT Film Series

Save the Date!

October 21 – Ali (2001)
November 12 – Cinderella (1997)
December 3 – Purple Rain (1984)
January 14 – Selma (2014)
February 3 – Hidden Figures (2016)

Artists start conversation on creativity and cultural identity


Former President Bill Clinton
Visits the Lincoln Theatre

General Manager, Suzan Bradford toured with the Former President–check out her first person account of the experience in the latest blog post. Click here.

Artist Production Development Workshop

Sunday, January 28, 2018
8:30 am–3:30 pm

Click here for more info.

The workshop is FREE, but space is limited and a reservation is required. Please RSVP to Lincoln Theatre General Manager Suzan Bradford at 614-719-6746 or sbradford@capa.com.

The workshop will include four classes offering one-on-one Q&A and networking opportunities with consultants and theatre staff.

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