One of our guests went to see the Capitol Steps beginning of April and gave us a good review about this theater, so we decided to “blog” about it!
The Warner Theater, originally called the Earl Theater was built in 1924 during the boom of grand theater houses and served as a venue for vaudeville and silent movies. It once boasted a rooftop garden and a famed restaurant in the basement. The theater has transitioned since then to motion pictures only eventually serving as a prime venue for live performances. Today you will find a variety of shows playing at the Warner Theater. Please visit the website for a list of upcoming performances.
The Warner Theater is accessible by the Metro Center metro station, serviced by the red, blue, and orange lines. Please visit metro’s website for additional information. If you ride the 42/43 bus from our DC B&B Inn, it will take you only 15 minutes to get over there.
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