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A full month of events at the Paramount Theatre in Austin

With this marquee, the historical theatre grabs your attention as you walk by it.
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Talk about one busy month at the Paramount! March is full of a line of shows that are sure to delight various audience from around the area. From Flower Power to a critically acclaimed production that chronicles the friendship between Jim Burden and a young Bohemian woman named Antonia as it blossoms in the windswept prairies of the American Midwest in their small town of Black Hawk, Nebraska. That’s not it!

Celebrate this St Patrick's Day with guitarists Steven Lehto and John Wright as they perform Celtic and American folk music. Check out their You Tube video to get a glimpse of what they do!

The Common Thread is written by local author, Debi Neville, and is a true mystery that begins in Denmark in the 1880’s and winds its way through Austin, and Spring Valley in the late 1950’s. A bittersweet story of a mother’s sacrifice and lost siblings, is drawn from the Nelson family history. Weaving scenes from the past, together with recollections of family picnics at the farm, the show is filled with comedy and drama; bringing all the emotions of a lifetime to the stage. Several characters are portrayed by actual family members including Bree Walker, James Shatek and Sherrill Schottler.

Lou and Peter Berryman are musical humorists who have delighted nationwide audiences for more than thirty-five years.They have produced sixteen albums and three song books of their original and hilarious, quirky, yet oddly profound songs, and have toured the US and Canada to rave reviews. Berryman songs are being sung around the world, by a legion of professional musicians from Peggy Seeger to Garrison Keillor, as well as shower singers everywhere.

The Paramount presents The Fabulous Armadillos and Collective Unconscious for an Eagles Tribute. Check out the video of Take It to the Limit.

For tickets and more information on these events, check out the Paramount Theatre’s Events Page!


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