Les Padzensky, vice president of food and beverage for Warren Theatres, says the seating in the eight auditoriums of the new Warren 21 will be reduced from 1,000 chairs to about 500 reclining ones. (Nov. 5, 2015)
Les Padzensky, vice president of food and beverage for Warren Theatres, says the seating in the eight auditoriums of the new Warren 21 will be reduced from 1,000 chairs to about 500 reclining ones. (Nov. 5, 2015) Travis Heying File photo
Les Padzensky, vice president of food and beverage for Warren Theatres, says the seating in the eight auditoriums of the new Warren 21 will be reduced from 1,000 chairs to about 500 reclining ones. (Nov. 5, 2015) Travis Heying File photo
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Warren 21 ahead of schedule for April 29 opening

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