Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site (Museum, Theatre, Petersen House) and the Center for Education and Leadership will be closed to the public on Thursday, Dec. 25, 2014.

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FORD’S THEATRE SOCIETY COMMEMORATES ANNIVERSARY OF LINCOLN ASSASSINATION APRIL 14 and 15, 2012

Washington, D.C.—The Ford’s Theatre Society commemorates the anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination on April 14 and 15, 2012. Events include an 8:45 a.m. wreath-laying ceremony on April 14 and interpretive talks by the National Park Service, as well as performances of the Society’s one-act play One Destiny and History on Foot walking tour, both of which chronicle the events leading up to the Lincoln assassination.

Visiting the Ford’s Theatre Campus

FORD’S THEATRE SOCIETY ANNOUNCES 2012-2013 SEASON

Highlights Include Co-Production with Signature Theatre
Second Year of The Lincoln Legacy Project

FORD’S THEATRE SOCIETY ANNOUNCES SPRING 2012 DAYTIME PROGRAMMING

One Destiny performances resume March 20

History on Foot Walking Tours begin March 21

Lincoln Historian Michael Burlingame signs books March 23

Author Anthony Pitch discusses Lincoln’s assassination April 18

FORD’S THEATRE SOCIETY PRESENTS 1776 MARCH 9-MAY 19, 2012

MUSIC AND LYRICS BY SHERMAN EDWARDS
BOOK BY PETER STONE
BASED ON A CONCEPT BY SHERMAN EDWARDS
MUSIC DIRECTION BY JAY CROWDER
CHOREOGRAPHED BY MICHAEL BOBBITT
DIRECTED BY PETER FLYNN

FORD’S THEATRE SOCIETY PRESENTS D.C.-AREA STUDENTS IN THE FOURTH ANNUAL TARGET ORATORY FESTIVAL FEBRUARY 10 AND 17, 2012

Washington, D.C. — More than 350 Washington-area school students will perform a selection of President Abraham Lincoln’s speeches on the historic Ford’s Theatre stage on two Fridays, February 10 and 17, at 9:30 a.m., as part of Ford’s Theatre Society’s fourth annual Target Oratory Festival. The Target Oratory Festival showcases local students who have benefitted from the integration of historical speeches and letters into History and English classes to help strengthen their understanding of history and improve their public-speaking skills.

FREE OPEN HOUSE PROGRAMMING FOR LINCOLN’S BIRTHDAY ON FEBRUARY 12 AND PRESIDENTS’ DAY ON FEBRUARY 20

PART OF THE OPENING CELEBRATION FOR THE NEW CENTER FOR EDUCATION AND LEADERSHIP

GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION FOR THE CENTER FOR EDUCATION AND LEADERSHIP: FEBRUARY 8, 2012

Special Evening Dedication Ceremony Will Honor Lincoln’s Legacy

Wayne R. Reynolds and Rex W. Tillerson To Receive Lincoln Medals

FORD’S ANNOUNCES NEW CASTING AND SCHEDULE FOR "NECESSARY SACRIFICES"

CRAIG WALLACE TO PLAY FREDERICK DOUGLASS

PERFORMANCES RESUME JANUARY 26, 2012; PRODUCTION EXTENDED THROUGH FEBRUARY 18, 2012

Media Performance Rescheduled for February 1, 2012

FORD’S CANCELS PREVIEW PERFORMANCES OF "NECESSARY SACRIFICES" JANUARY 20-24, 2012

Ticket exchanges available
Updated performance schedule to be announced

FORD'S THEATRE SITE CLOSURE JANUARY 23, 2012

Washington, D.C. – The National Park Service (NPS) and Ford’s Theatre Society (FTS) announce Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site, located at 511 10th Street, N.W., will be closed to the public for routine maintenance on January 23, 2012. The Petersen House (the House where President Abraham Lincoln died) located at 516 10th Street, N.W., will also be closed that day.

During this closure, visitors may visit www.nps.gov/foth and www.fords.org to experience Ford’s Theatre on an interactive level.