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GREAT Theatre Company Presents
January 30-February 15
Friday, January 30th at 7:30pm
Come and meet this weird and wonderful family as they come to devilishly delightful life. We’ll leave the lights off for you. Recommended for ages 13+.
LEAF and District 742 Present
Friday February 20, 7:00 & Saturday February 21, 7:00
Come and see the outstanding talent of District 742 local students as they perform at the historic Paramount. You will be entertained, delighted and amazed with their performance! It’s a great night out for adults and children of any age – and there is no better cause to support than education! Begun in 2002, the LEAF Night of the Stars Variety Show is a fundraiser for the K-12 student activities program in District 742.
Local Roots Series Presents
Saturday February 28, 7:30
Walter’s Wheelhouse came together when Janelle Kendall called Dan Witte 13 years after they’d both stopped playing professionally, because she had a gig…with her sons, Andrew and Alex, now in college and accomplished musicians in their own right. Dan agreed to pull Walter, his guitar, out of the back room…and hasn’t put it down since. With Alex on drums and adding John Kirchner on bass, Walter’s Wheelhouse grooves music that’s not commonly covered by other bands, adding their own flair of guitar riffs and percussive style.
Great River Regional Library Presents
Sunday March 1, 2:00
FREE: Though tickets are free please either call the Box Office in advance or go online to reserve your seats. Limit 6 per person.
Born and raised in Poland, The Karkowska Sisters Duo is an award winning, internationally acclaimed ensemble. In addition to a recital and chamber music repertoire, the sisters perform extraordinary programs of virtuosity, laughter and beautiful music. Anna, a virtuoso violinist, graduated from the Julliard School of Music in NYC. Pianist, Kasha graduated from the Chopin Academy in Warsaw, Poland.
Friday, March 6, 1:30 and 7:00
In 1957 The Kingston Trio emerged from San Francisco’s North Beach club scene to take the country by storm, bringing the rich tradition of American folk music into the mainstream for the first time. During the late 50s & early 60s, the Trio enjoyed unprecedented record sales and worldwide fame, while influencing the musical tastes of a generation.
Through changing times, the Trio has played on, remaining popular for a simple reason… great songs that sound as good today as the first time you heard them. And fifty-six years after Tom Dooley shot to the top of the charts, the Trio is still on the road thirty weeks a year, bringing back all the great memories and making new ones.
Saturday, March 7 at 7:30 – Sunday, March 8 at 2:00
ADDED SHOW, MONDAY, MARCH 9 at 7:00PM!!!
Winners of Season Four of NBC’s “The Sing-Off”! Home Free is an American a cappella group of five vocalists who have been singing together since 2000. With their big national win, this group earned a $100,000 recording contract with Sony, and is booked year-round!
Friday March 13, 1:30 & 7:30
After a successful first offering last year in the weekday matinee slot, Ring of Kerry is returning for their annual St Paddy’s Day performance with shows at 1:30 and 7:30.
Artist Website: http://www.ringofkerry.us/
Saturday, March 14 at 7:30
Guy Noir: The Ballet is the brainchild of James Sewell, and brought to life with the help of Minnesota radio star Garrison Keillor. Sewell recalls listening to the “Guy Noir, Private Eye” segment of Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion and always seeing the action as a ballet in his mind’s eye. Thanks to a generous collaboration with Keillor, Guy Noir: The Ballet has become one of JSB’s most entertaining works. Guy Noir premiered on September 29, 2005 at the State Theatre in Minneapolis, and received praise from local sources. It also had appeal to reach a national audience, including a week of performances in New York City. The piece holds a unique place in the JSB repertory as a neo-story ballet, and has been applauded as a spectacle of characters, costumes, and music (featuring songs by A Prairie Home Companion’s Rich Dworsky and The Guy’s All-Star Shoe Band). The familiarity of the Guy Noir character, coupled with the Dworsky’s music and Keillor’s classic narration, is certain to make this ballet resonate for Greater Minnesota audiences. This programming is appropriate for all ages.
The Saint John’s Prep School Theatre Department & the Saint John’s Boys Choir Present
March 20 7:00, March 21 2:00 & 7:00, March 22 2:00
Friday, March 20, 2015 at 7:00
Saint Prep Theatre joins forces with the Saint John’s Boys’ Choir to create a spectacular production of the Broadway musical hit OLIVER! ‘Food, Glorious Food’, ‘Where is Love’ and ‘I’d Do Anything’ are just some of the wonderful songs from Lionel Bart’s lively, Tony Award winning musical based on Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist.
“Please sir, I want some more?” Oliver’s innocent request lands him in trouble with the workhouse Matron and the Beadle and sets him on his famous adventure. He is sold to a local undertaker, but runs away and is picked up by the Artful Dodger who invites Oliver to ‘Consider Yourself’ one of us! Fagin’s gang sets out to ‘Pick a Pocket or two’ and take Oliver along, but he is arrested and taken before the magistrates. When he finds Oliver was an innocent bystander, Mr. Brownlow, the victim of the gang, takes Oliver in. One of Fagin’s thieves, Bill Sykes is afraid Oliver will give away their set-up and sends his girlfriend, Nancy to get Oliver back. Eventually Oliver is restored to Mr. Brownlow, who by a million to one chance happens to be his Grandfather.
Saturday March 28, 7:30
America’s Everyday Comedian Returning for his Annual April Fools Day Show!
A St. Cloud favorite, a veteran performer and an extremely funny guy, C. Willi Myles has the gift of connecting people with each other through humor and storytelling that everyone can relate to. After surviving his childhood growing up with nine sisters and one brother in Alabama, Willi moved to Minnesota to attend college and play football. With his stories about growing up in the south and acclimating to the cold of Minnesota, Willi tells extremely funny non-offensive stories and jokes and gives a unique spin to life’s everyday challenges by applying humor to them.
Performing across the U.S. and abroad, his career highlights include several appearances on national television and at the legendary Apollo Theater in New York City. He has opened for many of the top musical and comedy acts throughout the country, has performed regularly on cruise ships and at casinos, and has performed in concert with some of the biggest names in entertainment.
Referred to as “America’s Everyday Comedian,” his hilarious down-to-earth performance will convince you that Willi is truly comedy at its best!
Artist website: http://www.americaseverydaycomedian.com/
GREAT Children’s Theatre Presents
Friday, April 10th at 7:00pm
This high-flying musical based on the Disney film shows Tarzan’s world is transformed as he discovers the meaning of family. Recommended for ALL ages.
Minnesota Dance Ensemble Presents
Friday April 24, 7:30
Minnesota Dance Ensemble’s 12th season explodes onto the historic Paramount stage. Once again engulfing the audience and dancers into a one of a kind experience, MDE creatively explores the many directions one’s movement can take them through space. Dancers will trace each toe through the theatre as they lengthen, twist and bend to negotiate their relationship with one another and the audience. Dancers constantly change patterns and sequences while working to express themselves without words in hopes to make a connection.
Saturday April 25, 2015 at 7:30
The St Cloud Singings Saints are back for their annual Spring performance, and this time with third-place international medalists, A Mighty Wind.
Sunday April 26, 3:00pm
Join Minnesota Center Chorale and Monroe Crossing as they perform The World Beloved; A Bluegrass Mass. Originally commissioned and premiered by VocalEssence, this masterpiece, composed by Carol Barnett, combines classical choral writing with bluegrass themes and will delight audiences of all backgrounds and musical tastes. MCC is proud to be the first choral group in Central Minnesota to perform this stunning work.
In addition to the amazing Bluegrass Mass, Monroe Crossing will round out this afternoon’s performance with their electrifying blend of classic bluegrass, gospel and originals.
St. Cloud Hospital Bone and Joint Center and St. Cloud Orthopedics presents
Tuesday April 28, 6:00 – 8:00
Over 350 people attended this event two years ago. If you missed it the first time, or want to hear about the latest technology, then mark your calendar now for this casual and informal evening of learning about knee pain – its causes, prevention and treatment.
Surgeons from St. Cloud Orthopedics, orthopedic nurses and therapists, and patients whose lives have been greatly improved by treatment or knee replacement surgery will be speaking from the stage from 6:00-7:30 – with plenty of opportunity for Q&A from members of the audience.
Then at 7:30 view a video of a surgery (20 minutes) on the Paramount’s big screen, narrated by Dr. Joseph Nessler. Informational booths with nurses, therapists, doctors and surgeons are available in the lobby from 5:30 – 8:30.
*This event is free, but seat reservations are recommended. To reserve your free ticket, call the Paramount Box Office at 320-259-5463 or reserve online at paramountarts.org.
101 Series Presents
Saturday May 2, 7:30
FREE: Though tickets are free, please either call the Box Office in advance or reserve your seats online. Limit 6 per person
Leon Laudenbach is a singer song writer from St. Cloud Minnesota who has been performing his original compositions for the past 30 years on stages throughout the upper Midwest. He spent his youth growing up on a farm on the south side of town bordering the Mississippi River. Being immersed in music, and the river as a backdrop, led to serious daydreaming that proved to be the resource for the hundreds of songs he has written to date. In 2010 Leon and Rex Veeder staged The Headwater Blues Opry at the Pioneer Place to enthusiastic crowds using Leon’s compositions. His recent project is based off a book that Leon authored, entitled Mother Pearls Love Letters – with plans to be staged as a full musical!
The Local Roots Series Presents
Sunday May 3, 2:00
The Paramount welcomes back a local contemporary southern gospel group for this final show in the 2014-2015 Local Roots Series. Their up tempo, high energy, power packed musical event will surely lift the souls of all in attendance. This group reaches audiences of all ages from grade school children, to mom and dad, to grandma and grandpa. 90 minutes of the most positive and inspirational singing and messages focused entirely on the gospel.
If you’ve been looking for something different to offer your group, an afternoon with Gone Fishin’ is the ideal answer. One performance from this group, and people will be refreshed and alive in Jesus, with a new bounce in their step and a new song in their heart.
Tuesday, May 5 at 1:30 & 7:00
For audiences looking for “a trip down Memory Lane they’ll never forget…”
May 9 and 10
Saturday May 9, 2015 at 7:30
Join us as Aimee’ Lee and a stellar cast of musicians present a stunning tribute to The Carpenters, the biggest-selling group of the 70’s. More than just creators of beautifully-crafted music and hugely successful hit records, an entire generation fell in love with the sound of The Carpenters. Featuring beloved classics, such as Close To You, Yesterday Once More, We’ve Only Just Begun, Superstar, For All We Know, and many, many more!
Monday May 11, 7:30
This program will feature music from around the world. Come take a musical tour with us as we perform a variety of pieces featuring places near and far.
Monday August 10th at 1:30 and 7:00 & Tuesday August 11th at 1:30 and 7:00
Monday August 10th at 1:30 and 7:00
Tuesday August 11th at 1:30 and 7:00.
Main Floor: $40
Front and Side Balcony: $36
Upper Balcony: $32
Groups (20+) $38
“Branson’s Biggest Star.”
Bill Geist – CBS Sunday Morning
“Shoji is a master violinist. It is an electrifying production…Branson’s best and most exciting.”
Tourism and Travel Magazine
“Unequaled anywhere for showmanship.”
U.S. News and World Report
“He has never had a hit record and is rarely seen on television. But Shoji Tabuchi, a country fiddler born and raised in Japan, is a legend in this southwestern Missouri Entertainment capital of the world. Day in, day out………… he draws so many fans that the state gave him a special award this year for his contributions to Missouri tourism.”
Ellen Graham – Wall Street Journal