$10 & up -- 'The Widow Lincoln' World Premiere at Ford’s TheatreFord's Theatre
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The following seating sections are discounted for all performances, Jan. 29 - Feb. 15:
- Balcony … $10-$18 (reg. $20-$35)
- Rear Orchestra … $14-$25 (reg. $28-$50)
- Premium Orchestra … $17-$31 (reg. $33-$62)
Note: The cheapest seats are available tonight, Jan. 27.
This is playwright James Still's second play about the 16th president. His first was 2009's "The Heavens Are Hung in Black,” which The Washington Post called “engrossing.”
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WHY WE LOVE IT
- Ford's Theatre marks the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's assasination with this world premiere
- Tickets are half off for the play about Mary Todd Lincoln in the aftermath of her husband's murder
- Upgraded Premium Orchestra seats are just $17-$31 (reg. $33-$62)
- Includes weekend performances; shows are available tonight and Jan. 29 - Feb. 15
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