Lincoln Amphitheatre is a beautiful, 1,500-seat covered theatre located inside Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City, Indiana. The roof, measuring 160’ x 160’, slopes from 49 feet above the stage to 36 feet above ground. This roof offers protection from the elements and prevents cancellation due to inclement weather. What also makes Lincoln Amphitheatre unique is it’s located on the very grounds President Lincoln walked as a boy from the ages of seven to 21. Lincoln Amphitheatre is the home to a variety of productions and events including the retelling of President Lincoln’s Indiana boyhood years through the spectacle of theatre. A.Lincoln: A Pioneer Tale is a two-act outdoor musical drama about Lincoln’s journey from Indiana pioneer to president to the United States.
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