Washington, DC - February, 2002
February 24, 2002...On Location for "Dead Irish Writers"
The cast and crew of "The West Wing" traveled to Washington, DC, for location filming
of scenes for "Dead Irish Writers".
All photos this page are used courtesy of Mike Lynaugh of Mike Lynaugh Photography.
Martin Sheen and John Spencer film a scene from "Dead Irish Writers".
Allison Janney, Martin Sheen and crew members set up a scene.
The "C" Street side of the DAR building doubles as the Truman Balcony during the location filming.

February 24 is "West Wing Day" in Washington
Martin Sheen and John Spencer were honored at a ceremony in gratitude for their
work in promoting Washington, DC. "The West Wing" has contributed more than
$6 million over a period of three years to the local economy in addition to the two
thousand people they hire each time they film in the District.

Martin Sheen and John Spencer share a laugh during the ceremony.
Martin Sheen at "West Wing Day" ceremony in Washington.
Martin Sheen listens as John Spencer addresses the audience...
...and enjoys a laugh at one of his co-star's comments.
Sheen applauds as Spencer completes his remarks.
The stars accept gift baskets from the DC Mayor's office.
Martin Sheen thanks the media during the ceremony.
Some humor from everyone's favorite "acting" President.
Mayor Anthony Williams proclaims "West Wing Day".
Martin Sheen with photographer Mike Lynaugh.
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