Aug. Enews: A Christmas Carol On Sale Aug. 21; Jeffersons Garden and The Wiz On Sale Aug. 28; Free Preview Dates Announced; Explore the Evidence Against Dr. Mudd
July Enews: Explore Everyday Objects that Became Part of History; Under 35 Museum Night; More
Our 5 Must See Civil War Sites This Summer
June Enews: One Destiny Performances; History on Foot Tours; Online Artifact Feature - Booth's Deringer; More
On Sale Now: American Classic Death of a Salesman
May Enews: Final Weeks for Ragtime; Interactive: The Things Booth Carried; More
Ticket Alert: June Historic Site Visit Tickets Now Available
April Enews: See Ragtime Reviews; Explore the Story of Lincolns Assassination Online; Honor Lincolns Memory
Hurry! Applications Due Soon for Fords Theatre Summer Teacher Programs
Education Enews: Free Summer Teacher Programs; New Google Expedition; Tapas with Teachers; and More
March Enews: Ragtime Begins March 10; One-Night Performance of The Accidental Hero; and More
Tony-Winning Musical Ragtime Starts March 10
Watch the Trailer and Read Reviews for Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf
Feb. Enews: Rave Reviews for Albees Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; History on Foot Tours Now On Sale; More
Special Alert: Fords Theatre 2017-2018 Season Announced
August 2017 Enewsletter | View in browser
Photo of the cast of "A Christmas Carol" by Scott Suchman.
Tickets for our annual holiday production of A Christmas Carol will be available to the general public on August 21 at 10 a.m. ET. The American premiere of the historical drama Jefferson’s Garden and our spring musical, The Wiz, go on sale August 28 at 10 a.m. ET. For early ticket access, become a member! Members can purchase all shows before the public. We’re also excited to announce that we will continue offering free tickets to the first preview of each production through a mobile lottery powered by TodayTix.
Photo by On Tap Magazine.
Photo of Eric Messner by Gary Erskine.
Photo by Gary Erskine.
Photo of Craig Wallace, Thomas Keegan, Kimberly Schraf and Danny Gavigan by Scott Suchman.
Photo of "A Christmas Carol" cast by Scott Suchman.
Photo of Felicia Curry and Chris Dinolfo by Christopher Mueller.
Photo of Ines Nassara by Scott Suchman.
Dr. Samuel Mudd claimed not to recognize the two men who appeared at his home the morning of April 15, 1865.. But a military tribunal eventually sentenced him to life in prison for aiding and abetting assassin John Wilkes Booth. See the evidence used against him in our online interactive.
Looking forward to our upcoming season? Experience Ford’s as a member and receive early ticket access for the 2017-2018 season. Join today to access tickets immediately for your favorite shows during our summer pre-sale – going on right now!
Summer is the season of red, white and blue. If you’re looking for some patriotic apparel or accessories, stop by the Gift Shop.
Asia Nine’s menu is composed of Japanese, Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese dishes. Serving lunch and dinner—or grab a quick bite with the pre-theatre menu. Extensive happy hour specials and full sushi bar.
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