One destiny fords theater review
Peef the Christmas Bear by Tom Hegg
Tom Hegg is a husband, father, grandfather, teacher, actor and writer. He has touched countless lives with his New York Times bestselling title, A Cup of Christmas Tea, and his series of books about PEEF The Christmas Bear. Tom is a drama teacher at Breck School in Minneapolis where he holds the rank of Master Teacher. He trained at Carnegie Mellon and performed for many magical seasons at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. Tom and his wife Peggy live in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
One Destiny - Ford's Theatre
Ford's Theatre is one of those gold-star destinations for history lovers. It's the place where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth, which changed the course of American history. Ford's Theatre is located in the heart of downtown Washington D. I recommend Ford's Theatre for families with school age children. It's a great educational destination. Young children probably won't get as much out of it, but they are still welcome. You can move through the exhibits at your own pace.
My family two adults and two teens is planning to visit Ford's Theatre during our upcoming trip in March. I see that we can either go during a time where there is a ranger talk at the theatre, or to see the play One Destiny. I am wondering if anyone has experienced both the ranger talk and the play, and could recommend whether one experience was better than the other recognizing, of course, that this is a subjective issue! Also, if you visit to see One Destiny, do you still get time to do the self-guided tour of the theatre? I've done both; in fact, on my last visit to Ford's Theatre , my admission pass happened to include the "whole enchilada", i. Think I'd give the edge to the Ranger talk -- provided the tix for that also include the museum.
I enjoyed the different perspective and a more detailed learning of the events that happened at Ford's theatre.
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About this show
The Ford's Theatre Society announced that the daytime programming schedule for October will include performances of the one-act play One Destiny by Richard Hellesen. - The 30 minute play, One Destiny, was wonderful. Simply go to Fords Theatre Web page and check it out.
Saw the minute One Destiny play last night at Ford's, a ticket for which includes an extra 30 minutes at the museum. This play was a 2-man show which basically described the events surrounding Lincoln's assassination from the perspective of people in the theater. Bonus was that the actors answered questions at the end and were knowledgeable about the history too, not just actors. Would recommend you reserve this if going w adults and Tweens or above! Really well set out with good audio tour. Book on line prior to travel for cheaper rates. Only downside hundreds of unruly school children left to run riot while teachers have a quite moment somewhere else in the building.