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Is there anyone who doesn't love Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol? The story is filled with the holiday spirit - and hauntings and redemption and celebration and forgiveness. There isn't much to dislike.
Movie director Joe Calarco interviewed by Broadway.com
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Despite its worldwide notoriety for being the venue where President Lincoln met the assassin's bullet on April 14, 1865, Ford's Theatre remains to this day a prime venue for Broadway theater productions in the D.C area, as well as an important historical place of interest. After years as a disused warehouse, it was reopened as a theater in 1968, and then renovated fully during the Noughties, reopening in 2009 to mark the bicentennial of Lincoln's birth. Historical guided tours of the theater and accompanying museum are also offered.
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