featuring Donna Parker on the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ
April 2, 2018
911 Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98101
April 2, 2018
Film at 7:00 pm
$11.00, as a part of a season subscription (price includes fees)
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ONLY BUY FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES:
- IN PERSON at the Paramount Theatre Box Office, open Monday through Friday, 10 am to 6 pm.
- ONLINE at Ticketmaster.com, which is accessible via this site.
- BY PHONE using Ticketmaster's automated system at 1-800-982-2787.
There are many ticket resellers and secondary markets for tickets. The ONLY OFFICIAL website for the theatre is stgpresents.org. Please note: we do run occasional offers through partner sites including, but not limited to: Broadway.com, Goldstar, TravelZoo, official artist websites and their official fan clubs.
Purchasing tickets from any other seller or website runs a high risk of receiving fraudulent tickets.
Note: if you have successfully purchased tickets from one of the official sources listed above, congratulations! We're sure you're excited, but please DO NOT share photos of your tickets online. Tickets can be replicated via these photos and resold, which could inhibit your ability to enter the theatre. We look forward to seeing you at the show!
STG Presents Silent Movie Mondays - The Patsy (1928) at The Paramount Theatre on April 2, 2018.
THE PATSY (1928), starring Marion Davies and directed by King Vidor, is a screwball comedy featuring a younger sister who falls hopelessly in love with her older sister’s beau. The film was co-produced by Marion Davies and also featured actress Marie Dressler. Donna Parker joins us on the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ.
Celebrate the opening of The Paramount 90 years ago and come dressed in your best 1920s era attire! The evening includes a costume contest with volunteer models from the Children's Hospital Vintage Clothing collection, dance lessons from Savoy Swing, vintage cars and a photo booth.
Running time: 78 min.
CineClub will immediately follow the film in the Paramount Lobby bar, hosted by Dr. Jennifer Bean, Director, Cinema & Media Studies, University of Washington.