Music News

The Lincoln Center Announces its 2019/2020 Season Lineup

The Lincoln Center announced its 2019/2020 season line up today. The season features three national Broadway tours including the Tony Award®-winning shows The Color Purple, An American in Paris and Beautiful – The Carole King Musical. The Lincoln Center is also presenting two brand-new series this season! The Laugh Riot Series will feature comedy acts like the incomparable Rita Rudner and Tig Notaro. Also new this season is the National Geographic Live Series, which is being presented for the first […]


David Sedaris Shocks and Astounds

By John Vollinger David Sedaris popped out from the giant, maroon curtains draping the Lincoln Center Stage, and if you looked closely, you could see an energy as vibrant as the bright, red flower ornament on his lapel. Apropos of absolutely nothing—besides, perhaps, of being David Sedaris—he dove into a description of his relentless wish to find what, exactly, people from foreign lands curse at each other on the roads and […]

Local Culture, Arts & Community

From the Streets of Jersey to the Lincoln Center

They had a look and an attitude that was all their own, and it might have landed them in jail if they hadn’t become one of the greatest musical acts of the 1960s. While many people know Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons for their multitudes of classic hits like “Sherry,” “Walk Like a Man,” and “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” they don’t know the whole story of the group’s rise […]


Rent Rises Again

By: Rachael R. Worthington The Tony award-winning musical “Rent” is returning to the stage, 20 years after its debut as a groundbreaking voice of a generation. The production will be at the Lincoln Center December 1–3, and is staying true to the original production from the costume designer, to the set, to the sound — the only change is a new cast. “Rent” follows the lives of seven artists struggling […]