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Sep
22
Sat
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Sep 22 @ 7:30 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Sep
23
Sun
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Sep 23 @ 7:30 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Sep
25
Tue
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Sep 25 @ 7:30 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Sep
27
Thu
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Sep 27 @ 7:30 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Sep
28
Fri
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Sep 28 @ 7:30 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Sep
29
Sat
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Sep 29 @ 2:00 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Sep 29 @ 7:30 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Sep
30
Sun
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Oct
2
Tue
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Oct 2 @ 7:30 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Oct
3
Wed
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Oct 3 @ 7:30 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Oct
4
Thu
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Oct 4 @ 12:00 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Oct 4 @ 7:30 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Oct
5
Fri
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Oct 5 @ 7:30 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Oct
6
Sat
Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Oct 6 @ 2:00 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.

Born Yesterday @ Ford's Theatre
Oct 6 @ 7:30 pm

In this sharp-edged satire, opportunistic tycoon Harry Brock arrives in Washington with his naive girlfriend Billie Dawn to game the political system. With the help of an idealistic reporter, Billie wisens up and fights back to end the corruption. Aaron Posner (Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”) directs Edward Gero (“Hello, Dolly!;” “A Christmas Carol”) and Kimberly Gilbert (“Jefferson’s Garden,” “The Laramie Project”) in this 1940s screwball comedy that shows truth and justice can still win the day. Recommended for 12 and older.