The Warner Theatre opened in 1924 as the Earle Theatre (a movie/vaudeville palace) and was restored to its original, neoclassical-style appearance in 1992. It’s worth coming by just to see the ornately detailed interior. The 2,000-seat auditorium offers year-round entertainment, alternating dance performances, like the Washington Ballet’s Christmas performance of the Nutcracker, with comedy acts such as Marc Maron and seasoned rockers like Steve Winwood and Little Feat.
Washington, D.C.› Nightlife
The Warner Theatre
513 13th St. NW, between E and F streets
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Phone 202/783-4000 Fax 202/783-0204 Web site The Warner Theatre
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