Historic Night Revisited: Henley Street Theater Performance at Monumental Church

Imagine yourself in a box seat hearing the lines from “Our American Cousin” performed at Ford’s Theater in Washington D.C. Are you sitting forward, listening with gravity (and nagging fear), knowing that these lines were some of the last words that Abraham Lincoln would ever hear? That thrill is the kind of feeling over 200 Read more about Historic Night Revisited: Henley Street Theater Performance at Monumental Church[…]

Colonial Williamsburg Theater? Visit it now!

Curious about theater in the early republic? Virtual Williamsburg, a website that provides 3-D tours of the city ca. 1776,┬áhas some gorgeous images of the Old Playhouse, also called the Douglass Theater. Built in 1760 by the manager of the London Company of Comedians, it sat on a corner southeast of the Colonial Capitol building. Read more about Colonial Williamsburg Theater? Visit it now![…]