Ford’s Theatre’s ‘The Laramie Project’ Performance Schedule for October 8-15th

Performances of Ford’s Theatre’s The Laramie Project will continue at First Congregational United Church of Christ – 945 G Street NW, in Washington, DC, until the Federal Government Shutdown is over and Ford’s Theatre reopens.

Tickets are $25.00

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PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE-OCTOBER 8-15, 2013

TOMORROW, Tuesday, October 8th at 7:30 PM: A FREE PERFORMANCE. Tickets will be available at the church beginning at 6:30 PM. Tickets will be distributed on a first-come- first-served basis. Seating is General Admission. Doors open at 7 PM.

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Wednesday, October 9th at 7:30 PM: If you purchased tickets to the October 9th performance at Ford’s Theatre, your ticket(s) will be exchanged so you can attend this performance. All remaining tickets will be available for $25.00.

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Thursday, October 10th at 11 AM: All the student groups who purchased tickets to the October 10th performance at Ford’s Theatre at 11 AM will have their tickets exchanged so they can attend the performance at  with tickets to the previously scheduled Oct. 10 performance at 11 a.m. at Ford’s Theatre will be exchanged into the performance at The First Congregational United Church of Christ the church. This performance is sold out.

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Thursday, October 10th at 7:30 PM: If you purchased tickets to the October 10th performance at Ford’s Theatre, your ticket(s) will be exchanged so you can attend this performance. All remaining tickets will be available for $25.00.

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Friday, October 11th at 7:30 PM: If you purchased tickets to the October 11th performance at Ford’s Theatre, your ticket(s) will be exchanged so you can attend this performance. All remaining tickets will be available for $25.00.

All proceeds from the Friday, October 11 performance of The Laramie Project will be donated to the Matthew Shepard Foundation. Following the performance a candlelight vigil outside of Ford’s Theatre in honor of Matthew’s legacy and National Coming Out Day. At the vigil, Matthew Shepard’s father, Dennis Shepard, will make remarks, Rev. Dwayne Johnson of the Metropolitan Community Church of Washington will lead an interfaith moment of silence, and Members of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, directed by Dr. Thea Kano, will sing. This event is free to the public. Here is more information on the vigil.

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Saturday, October 12th at 2 PM: If you purchased tickets to the October 12th 2 PM performance at Ford’s Theatre, your ticket(s) will be exchanged so you can attend this performance. All remaining tickets will be available for $25.00.

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Saturday, October 12th at 7:30 PM: If you purchased tickets to the October 12th 7:30 PM performance at Ford’s Theatre, your ticket(s) will be exchanged so you can attend this performance. All remaining tickets will be available for $25.00.

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Sunday, October 13th at 2 PM: This performance has been canceled. Ticket buyers will be contacted about being moved to a later performance.

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Tuesday, October 15th at 7:30 PM: If you purchased tickets to the October 15th 7:30 PM performance at Ford’s Theatre, your ticket(s) will be exchanged so you can attend this performance. All remaining tickets will be available for $25.00.

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When Ford’s Theatre reopens, The Laramie Project will play at Ford’s Theatre— 511 10th Street NW, in Washington, DC.

LINKS

Amanda Gunther’s review of The Laramie Project  on DCMetroTheaterArts.

Read other reviews of The Laramie Project. 




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