Tuesday December 12th 2017

Making Dreams Come True

During this holiday season, a time for hope and love to be found in our hearts, The Paramount Theatre in Aurora, is opening their hearts so that people can get the true meaning of the season through their current production of “Annie”. Children, who might never get the opportunity to see a “live” stage production of ths magnitude, will enjoy a Broadway Musical in a beautiful theater. How does this work?

The Paramount, through its benefactors are offering non-profit oragnizations FREE tickets so that families who are experiencing “Hard Knock Lives” will be able to enjoy ths experience. “Annie” is truly a musical expereince that offers hope to those who see it and the Paramount will give out 2,000 tickets to these organizations, through the goodness of others. Now, isn’t that what Christmas spirit is all about?

To learn more about how this program works, visit http://paramountaurora.com/dreams

If you know of an organization that would benefit from this program, please pass this on to them. Make this a holiday season that will be remembered; by the kids, the families and the organizations that make “Dreams Come True”                            

 

The Paramount Theatre is loated in downtown Aurora at 23 East Galena Blvd. You can call them at 1-630-896-6666

“Annie” will run from the 21st of November through December 30th

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