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You may have seen them two years ago on the Paramount stage or you may have seen them on your television screen or computer screen dazzling audiences and judges on America’s Got Talent, but no matter where you saw them… they are back! Based out of New Orleans, Lightwire Theater company returns to the Paramount stage this Sunday, March 31st at 2pm & 4:30pm presenting their hit show DinoLight!: A Glow in the Dark Adventure. The story follows Darwin, a dinosaur, as he learns how to love, make friends, and explore the world around him. Whether he meets ostriches, fishes, or evil, monstrous dinosaurs, Darwin delights audiences with his swift movement and bright lights! And… as the title implies, this show glows in the darks! Lightwire Theater blends puppetry, electroluminescent lights, and dance into their heartwarming, original story.
Joins us at the Paramount this Sunday, March 31st at 2pm or 4:30pm for this one-of-a-kind show. One hour before each performance there will be free dinosaur crafts at the theater!
Tickets can be purchased ONLINE, over the phone by calling (512) 474-1221, or at the box office located at 713 Congress Ave.
Use the special code “DINO” for BUY ONE GET ONE FREE tickets!
Check out a clip of DinoLight! on America’s Got Talent at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMjovmAni3I
See you at the theater!
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