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Stage - Published on: Apr 3, 2014
''Spelling Bee'' and ''Hair'' fill their stages with overflowing Americana, from well packaged to beautifully powerful
Stage - Published on: Feb 6, 2014
''How to Succeed'' can't shake loose from its misogyny, while ''Violet'' pulls something beautiful out of the mid-20th century
News - Published on: Oct 15, 2013
Private funding allows Ford's Theatre To Reopen with performances of ''The Laramie Project''
Opinion - Published on: Oct 10, 2013
University of Mississippi theater student shares experience of being heckled during performance of ''The Laramie Project''
News - Published on: Oct 7, 2013
Forced to postpone the play due to the federal shutdown, Ford's partners with First Congregational for limited shows
News - Published on: Oct 2, 2013
National Park Service ties to Ford's Theatre force suspension of performances
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 26, 2013
Ford's Theatre remembers Matthew Shepard and reflects on events since his Laramie, Wyoming murder
Feature Story - Published on: Sept 26, 2013
Marking 15 years since the murder of Matthew Shepard, Ford's Theatre builds a month of programming around ''The Laramie Project''
Stage - Published on: Apr 4, 2013
Broadway veteran Nancy Opel makes the role of Dolly her own in Ford's revival of the beloved Jerry Herman classic
Stage - Published on: Feb 7, 2013
There's something distinctly un-American in the way Thornton Wilder undermines the comforts of an unexamined life in ''Our Town''
Stage - Published on: Mar 23, 2012
Ford's Theatre's musical retelling of the Colonies' revolt features strapping statesmen and a South Carolina showstopper
Stage - Published on: Sept 29, 2011
'Parade' marches to the beat of a particularly bleak (and real) drummer, while Fela! tells of a creative and political awakening
Stage - Published on: Oct 8, 2009
Black Pearl Sings! is an exquisite look at the link between songs and history; Jersey Boys is incredibly entertaining
Stage - Published on: Apr 9, 2009
Woolly's 'Antebellum' is inspired, engaging and utterly disturbing, while Ford's 'Civil War' defies categorization
Stage - Published on: Feb 12, 2009
Ford's unveils a revitalized space and a beautifully realized new work, while Round House modernizes a myth
Feature Story - Published on: Mar 29, 2007
Paul Tetreault takes Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC to a new level