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Designated Seating Areas
Row H - Seats 4 to 12
Row J - Seats 4 to 12
Row K - Seats 4 to 12
As we hear Abraham Lincoln’s (Daniel Day-Lewis) voice for the first time as he answers those who would sacrifice freedom for peace: “We have stepped out upon the world stage now, with the fate of human dignity in our hands…”
A soldier (Daniel Oyelowo) recites the Gettysburg Address to his Commander in Chief, perhaps near Petersburg, Va., where Lincoln visited troops laying siege in early 1865. African Americans were organized in segregated units after the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, not only adding needed manpower to the Union effort but formally redefining what the North was fighting for.
Hal Holbrook plays Francis Preston Blair, a member of the Cabinet with Southern ties urging Lincoln to seek peace.
Tommy Lee Jones, as radical Pennsylvania abolitionist Thaddeus Stevens. Extremely powerful and famously inflexible, Stevens wanted immediate emancipation and lived in constant horror that Lincoln would betray the slaves to make peace.