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Warner Theatre
513 13th Street, N.W. Washington, DC 20004
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32 events
7 reviews
5 stars
The only drawback at all of the Warner Theater is that the seats are pretty tight and not made for long-legged folks. If you can get past that though, everything else was grand!
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For show that use the whole backdrop for scenery, DO NOT Get the upper balcony tickets as the view are SEVERELY obstructed
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Savion Glover: "Bare Soundz"
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4.9 average rating
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6 reviews
5 stars
attended Oct 16 2008

My seats were excellent and the performance was spectacular. I thoroughly enjoyed this event.

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attended Oct 16 2008

Savion Glover was FABULOUS !!! He and his two fllow tappers danced their hearts out - sweat was pouring off them and the crowd was crazy with applause and appreciation.
Don't miss this opportunity.
We had half priced, front row seats!!!!

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Savion Glover

_Bare Soundz _

Best known as creator and star of the Broadway smash Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk_, tap dance king Savion Glover merges acoustic syncopations with jazz music in his latest venture, Bare Soundz_. Joined on stage by tap masters Marshall Davis, Jr. and Maurice Chestnut, as well as live jazz musicians, Glover uses explosive body language and captivating stage presence to take tap to new dimensions.

About the Ticket Supplier: Washington Performing Arts

For 40 years Washington Performing Arts Society has created profound opportunities by connecting the community to artists, in both education and performance. Through live events in venues that criss-cross the landscape of the D.C. metropolitan area, WPAS invites all to share lifelong opportunities to deepen their cultural knowledge, enrich their lives, and expand their understanding of the world through the universal language of the performing arts.

Established in 1965 by impresario Patrick Hayes, the organization flourished under Douglas Wheeler from 1982 to 2002. Now with the inspired leadership of President Neale Perl, Washington Performing Arts Society continues to be widely recognized as one of the leading presenters of the performing arts in the nation.