128 E. Front Street,
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Architects: Erle G. Stillwell
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Grand Theatre
This 1928 movie palace is located in the heart of downtown Burlington. It was opened as the Grand Theatre and was renamed Paramount Theatre in 1929. It was remodelled in the 1940’s to the plans of architect Erle G. Stillwell.
In 1998 it enjoyed a complete restoration/renovation sponsored by the City of Burlington and the Alamance County Arts Council. It reopened on February 18, 1998, and currently hosts a wide variety of events including plays, musicals, concerts, gospel performances, business and community meetings, travelogues, and classic movies.
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