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Trekking to Historic Theatres

April 15th is probably more-well known as being the deadline to pay one’s Federal and State Taxes foreshadowing a date that has gone down in history. 604 more words

Out Of The Suitcase


Welcome to the American Photo Colorizing.com photo blog. We colorize black & white photos for museums, educators, media . . . and families like yours. 99 more words

In which I have a word

Dear National Park Service:

Let’s have a talk about Ford’s Theatre.

Actually, no.  Let’s talk about me first.  That picture, to the right, there, is my Lincoln Shelf.   1,504 more words


Blogging with Barfee: Life of an Understudy

“It’s a very big, very fraught, simple but it’s not, it’s a very big undertaking!”
-From the title song of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee…

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Ford's Theatre Washington

Wednesday 2 April 2014
Ford’s Theatre is where on 14 April 1865, US President Abraham Lincoln was quietly minding his own business watching a play called… 482 more words


Behind the Scenes: Interview with Set Designer Court Watson

Months before any audience enters Ford’s Theatre for performances of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, designers read the script to create the perfect environment on stage, and the cast tirelessly runs through their lines, movements and musical numbers. 695 more words