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UPCOMING

Below are the scheduled programs. Please note the locations of each of event or exhibit, as they may not occur on the museum grounds proper.

VOICES OF HISTORY

March 6-29

Dedication Ceremony and “Voices of History” Panel Discussion

Ticket reservations for the dedication ceremony and panel discussion include admission to the museum’s collection. Special performance by the company members of 4615 Theatre to follow.

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www.4615theatre.com


Check in begins at 7:15

Exhibit opens at 8:00 pm

Ceremony follows


Dance Loft on 14

4618 14th St., NW

Washington, DC


We recommend arriving early to allow ample time to view the collection.

4615 THEATRE COMPANY

"Museum 2040" Public Performances

Now in residence at the The National Museum of American Reconciliation:


4615 Theater Company

We are thrilled to announce 4615 Theatre Company as the inaugural Company-in-Residence at the National Museum of American Reconciliation in Washington, DC. By providing dynamic historical interpretation of past events, 4615 company members will deeply immerse the museum’s visitors in American scholarship…with an eye to improving our future. Similarly, company members will immerse themselves in the museum’s day-to-day operations.

4615 Theater Company encourages you, our fans and followers, to join us in fostering connection among the community, historians, and the museum’s curators. The company is led by Jordan Friend and recently produced Enron by Lucy Prebble, Betrayal by Harold Pinter, and The Infinite Tales adapted by Gregory Keng Strasser.

HALLOWED GROUND: A WALKING TOUR

DATES TO BE DETERMINED

Hallowed Ground: A Walking Tour of The National Mall
Join our curators as they lead a walking tour of some of the Washington sites
that were significant during the events of April 2030 and the months and years
after that.

CONCERT AND DOCUMENTARY SCREENING:
"I AM SIMMONS" BY CYRUS GRAVES AND 
"SONGS OF THE UNDERGROUND" BY SEAN HARRISON

Thursday, February 20th @ 8:30 PM + Additional dates to be announced

Playing at the Harp and Fiddle (4844 Cordell Ave Bethesda, MD 20814), first a screening of Cyrus Graves' documentary short I Am Simmons (2040) which will be followed by musician Sean Harrison's mini-concert, "Songs of the Underground."

I Am Simmons (2040) is an unfinished 5-minute documentary short which follows the lives of three artists - one in New York and two in the Texas Republic.

More information to come.

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