Dance Theatre Of Harlem And Others Perform At Restart Stages Features Artistic Collaborations From Harlem To Hollis

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced new artistic performances, collaborations, workshops, family programming, and more coming to Restart Stages this August. Continue Reading →

Lincoln Center’s Live Streams Restart Stages Features With Artistic And Civic Activations

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced new artistic commissions, creative community, and civic collaborations, and more this coming June 2021 at Restart Stages. Continue Reading →

Lincoln Center’s Iconic Josie Robertson Plaza Goes Green As An Expansive Green Space

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced that Mimi Lien, celebrated set designer and MacArthur Genius grantee, has been commissioned to physically reimagine Josie Robertson Plaza as part of Restart Stages. Continue Reading →

Lincoln Center And New York Philharmonic Accelerate David Geffen Hall Reimagination

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and the New York Philharmonic today announced the acceleration of the comprehensive renovation of David Geffen Hall from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Lincoln Center Announces Restart Stages To Bring Back The Arts From Harlem To Hollis

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced Restart Stages, a sweeping initiative that will create 10 outdoor performance and rehearsal spaces. Continue Reading →

Lincoln Center Marks 30th Anniversary Of The Americans With Disabilities Act

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is marking the anniversary of one of the most significant Civil Rights legislations of our time ­– the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) which established the right for people with disabilities to participate fully in civic life. Continue Reading →


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