As the site of a racially-motivated political assassination, Ford’s Theatre recognized that we can help educators use Twelve Angry Men to teach about implicit bias, systemic racism and their impact on our society.
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David Chu, founder of c2 (Caption Coalition), Inc., which provides caption services for Ford’s Theatre performances, sat down with us to share why his work is so valuable to patrons including those who are deaf or have hearing loss.
We share lessons learned about the National Oratory Fellows program after completing year one of a three-year evaluation report by our independent evaluator and researcher Catherine Awsumb Nelson.
Awa Sal Secka (Glinda in The Wiz) stars as the Baker’s Wife in our new production of Into the Woods. She chats with us about the challenges of singing Sondheim’s score and the fun she anticipates in the rehearsal room with her costars.
In our modern political climate, how should a program about Reconstruction and Civil War Memory adapt to meet the needs of teachers and museum educators? Explore what we've learned by running The Seat of War and Peace, a Ford’s Theatre summer program for teachers.
Twelve Angry Men is a play credited with creating a genre: the “courtroom drama."
In 1956, Samuel J. Seymour appeared on the hit T.V. show “I’ve Got A Secret,” claiming to be the last living witness to Abraham Lincoln’s assassination in 1865. But, how true is his story?
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