Warner Theatre or Warner Theater may refer to several venues in the United States:
- Mark Strand Theatre, later RKO Warner Twin Theatre, New York City
- Powers Auditorium, previously Warner Theatre, Youngstown, Ohio
- Warner Theatre (Torrington, Connecticut)
- Warner Theatre (Erie, Pennsylvania)
- Warner Theater (West Chester, Pennsylvania)
- Warner Theatre (Morgantown, West Virginia)
- Warner Theatre (Washington, D.C.)
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Famous quotes containing the words theatre and/or warner:
“As in a theatre the eyes of men,
After a well-graced actor leaves the stage,
Are idly bent on him that enters next,
Thinking his prattle to be tedious,
Even so, or with much more contempt, mens eyes
Did scowl on gentle Richard.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“The vocabulary of pleasure depends on the imagery of pain.”
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