Stepping into the Paramount is like stepping back in time. Over the years, I have had the pleasure of attending numerous events at this beautifully restored Art Deco movie palace. I have seen "Gone with the Wind" on the Paramount's movie screen. Listened to Max Raabe and the Palast Orchestra from the comfort of the theater's plush, velvet seats. Even had the unforgettable thrill of watching an incredible tribute performance for the tap-dancing Nicholas Brothers.
But nothing can match the experience of attending the Art Deco Ball here. Dressing up in authentic vintage clothes and dancing to Don Neely's Royal Society Jazz Orchestra while surrounded by the splendor of the Paramount's Deco interiors, is truly a one-of-a-kind experience.
For those who remember the glorious movie palaces of the past, a visit to the Paramount will be a nostalgic reminder of those halcyon days. And for the younger generation whose idea of going to the movies is going to a generic multiplex, a trip to the Paramount will provide a glimpse into a more romantic, stylish and civilized era.
Even if you can't see an event here, tours of the theater are available. So if you are in the area,
definitely try to arrange a visit.
The only drawback to the Paramount is the neighborhood, which is less than glamorous. However, there are plenty of parking lots nearby, good street lighting, and ample security.
If you have a chance to go to the Paramount — go!
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