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This production is extremely entertaining. The cast is superb. The choreography is fantastic. Those familiar with the story, the UPS character was a crowd pleaser. We thoroughly enjoyed the show. The show is on thru October 23rd.
PS: The new seats are very comfortable.
First time I went to Paramount was to see the Nut cracker and I was in awe...such a gem of a find, in Downtown Aurora. Beautiful architecture, very antique looking but stunning. A qhile back my daughter was in dance performances there. Enjoyed it every...More
Not a bad seat in the house for musicals or concerts. I have seen so many great shows here, I can’t believe they aren’t consistently sold out. Everything is first rate, service, bar, reasonable drinks. I have seen plays at the Paramount when the production...More
Absolutely love coming here for plays and musicals.. have seen theee shows in one year and they get better and better with each visit... sound system is amazing! We liked it so much we bouithe four pack of thickets for the 2018/2019 season
We love the Paramount, have been going to different and shows for years. It’s awesome having great concerts, plays and musicals so close to home without the drama and commute of a trip to Chicago! We recently went to a gospel concert that was fabulous!
Based on the time we have been attending the shows at the Paramount, I would say casual is the way to go, sure some folks might get a bit more decked out however, I feel the vast majority are there to enjoy the show, and be... More
Based on the time we have been attending the shows at the Paramount, I would say casual is the way to go, sure some folks might get a bit more decked out however, I feel the vast majority are there to enjoy the show, and be comfortable doing so.