North Central Caregivers of Austin Benefit Performance – Feb. 17

The Paradox Players Present “Biography” by S. N. Behrman

Directed by: Dr. Charles R. Hill

Marion Froude is known for her many romantic adventures. Her Manhattan salon is a haven for the famous and infamous. When this free-spirited portrait artist writes her autobiography, scandal looms, and panic ensues among her male acquaintances. Written and set in 1932, this drawing-room comedy touches on themes just as relevant today.

  • Thursday February 17, 2011
  • 8:00 p. m.
  • First Unitarian Universalist Church
  • 4700 Grover Avenue, Austin, TX


For Additional Information & To Purchase Tickets, call North Central Caregivers of Austin at 512-453-2273, or visit their website at

North Central Caregivers of Austin

North Central Caregivers provides free support services for older adults in north central Austin. Help us keep seniors independent—in their own homes—by attending this fundraising event.

North Central Caregivers is a partner with St. David’s Foundation, and a member of Faith in Action Caregivers.

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