In 1862, Walt Whitman left New York for Washington, D.C. where he would spend time volunteering in the army hospitals. For those who think of
Ford’s Theatre continues to mark the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination with Freedom’s Song, a new revision of Frank Wildhorn’s Civil War, a
It’s important to understand the difference between loss, emptiness, and absence. Healing Wars, the new meditative performance art component of The National Civil War Project
Young people have plenty to say and Arena Stage’s Voices of Now program provides a forum where they can create plays to speak their minds.