Our Remembering Lincoln digital project has now reached an important milestone: the Product Definition Document. The process of creating this document proved invaluable in teaching us about our audiences and their needs for what will become our Remembering Lincoln web platform in early 2015.
Learn about our History on Foot walking tour, "Investigation: Detective McDevitt," from one of the actors who leads visitors through downtown D.C.
Driving Miss Daisy, Alfred Uhry’s award-winning drama about the transformative power of friendship, will grace the Ford’s Theatre stage this fall. We recently asked acclaimed Washington stage actors Nancy Robinette and Craig Wallace about their complicated roles of Daisy Werthan and Hoke Colburn.
In 1861, the government formed the United States Sanitary Commission, allowing people barred from the front lines to engage in a variety of crucial tasks, including running the hospitals and nursing the sick. At the 1864 Sanity Fair in Philadelphia, two unnamed women donated a quilt to help raise money.
Brian Anderson is a Washington, D.C., lawyer who has been a member of the Ford’s Theatre Society Board of Trustees since 2001. Brian sat down with us to talk about his new book Images of America: Ford’s Theatre.
Actors Michael Bunce and Stephen F. Schmidt describe their experiences with the roles of Harry Hawk and John T. Ford in the 35-minute play One Destiny, by Richard Hellesen.