Mammoth chills at new home

Harris, Paul
May 2005
Variety;5/23/2005, Vol. 399 Issue 1, p51
Trade Publication
Reports on the relocation of Woolly Mammoth Theater Co. at the basement of Jefferson mixed-use building in Penn Quarter, Washington, D.C. Description of the facility; Concept of the office's interior decoration designed by Theater Projects Consultants; Significance of the relocation to Woolly.


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