Warner Theatre & World Premiere
The Warner Theatre is a theater located at 513 13th Street, N.W. in Downtown Washington, D.C.. The basement level is at 1299 Pennsylvania Avenue. A premiere (or première, from the French première, meaning first ) is generally a first performance ./5
Ginnifer Goodwin at Warner Brothers Presents the World Premiere of "Speed Racer" - Arrivals
correction, tix are $20 tonight LIBERTY A Monumental New Musical - World Premiere at the Warner Theatre
- Madeline Brewer, Bif Carrington, Brian Dann Set for World Premiere of - Theater News - by Bethany Rickwald on Jun 11, 2012 on TheaterMania.com
LIBERTY: A MONUMENTAL NEW MUSICAL, a new musical that tells the stirring and spectacular story of United States immigration through the eyes of a young European immigrant, will be presented in an exclusive, fully-staged professional production at the Warner Theatre in advance of its New York premier...
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