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Meeting the Family of John T. Ford

As a development professional, I spend a lot of time speaking about the mission and impact of Ford’s Theatre Society, and I enjoy providing tours to our patrons and the chance to share our campus’ important history. 515 more words

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Calendar: March 2015

As we near the beginning of March, I thought it would be prudent to highlight some of the Lincoln assassination events that are planned for this month.   946 more words

Photo of the Day: Petersen House (1921)

After the shooting at Ford’s Theatre, the scene on Tenth Street was a picture of agitated solemnity.  Many of those who had been present in the theater were now anxiously waiting just outside its doors for word regarding the President’s condition.   325 more words

Ford's Theatre Museum Closed for 2nd Day After Water Leak

WASHINGTON — The museum at the Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site in Washington is closed for a second day Thursday after a water leak flooded the museum floor. 120 more words

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Ford's Theatre Museum Closed After Water Leak in Basement

WASHINGTON — The museum at the Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site in Washington is closed after a water leak flooded the museum floor.

National Park Service spokesman Mike Litterst says about an inch of water was discovered in the museum Wednesday morning. 107 more words

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On Around Town, talking Choir Boy, Life Sucks, and The Widow Lincoln.

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Three new Around Town play reviews means three new opportunities to attempt to smile on command and to speak in concise sentences that end rather than trail off. 173 more words

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There're Two Things About Mary: The Widow Lincoln and Mary Stuart, reviewed.

My reviews of The Widow Lincoln, a world premiere play from writer James Still at Ford’s Theatre, and of the Folger Theatre‘s new production of… 43 more words

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