Night Players show tonight



 The Paramount Players do a monthly "after hours" show. Starting at 7pm slt... we bring bring you the same performance quality we do at our Saturday shows, maybe a little more skin... little less costume. Some acts do contain adult content.

What's the diff? You already know what we present at the Paramount; Night Players will have some acts that are similar - but it will also feature acts that are more - Avant Grade - acts that stretch our creative wings - - push our boundaries.

NP Sneek Peek!

Night Players show is coming to Paramount tomorrow! Yay! It will be a full show of dancing and skin and well, if you've been a Night Players show, you know what happens!

Here is a sneek peek to tide you over until then.... 

Aerosmith - Love In An Elevator

Here are some song facts for you to enjoy...

(from Wikipedia)

"Love in an Elevator" is a song performed by American hard rock band Aerosmith, written by Steven Tyler and guitarist/backing vocalist Joe Perry. It was released in August 1989 as the lead single from their third album with Geffen Records, Pump, released in September (see 1989 in music). It peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and reached number 1 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.

The video for the song, considered by many to be a definitive music video for Aerosmith, starts off with the band walking up to a department store elevator, and an attractive woman (Brandi Brandt) says "2nd floor...hardware, children's wear, lady's lingerie. Oh, good morning Mr. Tyler, going down?" Steven Tyler enters the elevator and the song starts.

The video flashes back and forth between the band performing live and scenes from the department store. The scenes in the department store and elevator include Brad Whitford being hypnotized by fake department store models turning into real ones when he's not looking, Joey Kramer dressed up like a woman, Joe Perry and his wife (both topless) kissing in the elevator, Tyler kissing the female department store clerk, and Tom Hamilton playing his bass grooves, in addition to the odd performances of other random characters, including a butcher, a fat lady, midgets, the Tin Man and Dorothy Gale from The Wizard of Oz, and a male model.

At the end of the song, all the band members gather around the microphone to sing "Love in an Elevator...lovin' it up when I'm going down". And then it flashes back to a scene in which the elevator doors close.

The video was directed by Marty Callner, who produced many of the band's Geffen-era music videos in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

The woman with the male little person in the video is Dee Booher, better known as Queen Kong in the Los Angeles area. She also wrestled on TV show G.L.O.W. as Matilda the Hun.

(from songfacts)

This is a song about love, elevators, and the combination thereof. Lyrically, Aerosmith has some songs with a deeper meaning, but many of their songs have fun lyrics set to tracks that show off their musicianship.

They also have plenty of experiences to draw from that make great fodder for stories and songs. As Steven Tyler tells it, this one was inspired by one of his pre-sobriety days when he found himself in a hotel hot tub with a bevy of women. When they moved the party to his room, they piled into the hotel elevator wearing nothing but towels and bathrobes. One of the ladies decided to have some fun and push all the buttons in the elevator, which brought it down to the lobby. When one of the girls opened her robe to show Tyler her goods, the elevator doors opened, giving the crowded lobby a look.

Steven Tyler wrote this song with Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry. Musically, it was a fusion of different ideas they came up with at a jam session - Buddy Miles was an influence.

Tyler came up with the lyrics, but was concerned that the title was too juvenile. Perry pointed out that they already had a song called "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)" which worked out very well for them, so they went with "Love In An Elevator."

All five members of Aerosmith sing the last chorus a capella; in live performances, they all sing into the same microphone.


Come join us for an evening of classy but sassy entertainment as we the PARAMOUNT GRAND THEATRE, the Paramount Players dance for you September 17th at 7pm slt, in our new show, Be Free.

Players are free to do what they want this month. Be it old or new dance performance, the Players are sure to be creative and innovative.

Few things going on!

Well more than a few things going on here! We are working on bringing a few new acts to Saturdays upcoming show, so it'll be a different show incase you came last week, yay!

Halloween is approaching and that's next month, wow, already?! Yup! We are working on Halloween show ALL OCTOBER! It'll be a Night Players show all month, well four Saturdays at least.

November, we are bringing back a play that Path wrote a few years ago, Cleo and the Czar. It'll revamped to bring more dancing, more dancers and more... well... skin. Cleo will not not be PG-13, but R rated at least. So beware if you are not used to seeing that. But you must be by now if you come to our Night Player shows. *laughs*

We have been updating a few things on the blog as well. Adding a few dancer pictures to the staff page and some biographies.

Last but not least... if you enjoy watching the arts as much as we do performing it, please nominate Paramount! It will be that last of the Avi Choice awards for the arts. So please head over to the website here and get to nominating! We appreciate any that we get!

Be Free Tonight!!

Come join us for an evening of classy but sassy entertainment as we the PARAMOUNT GRAND THEATRE, the Paramount Players dance for you September 10th at 7pm slt, in our new show, Be Free.

Players are free to do what they want this month. Be it old or new dance performance, the Players are sure to be creative and innovative.

Sneek Peek!

So our show coming up for Saturday is Be Free. We the dancers are free to do what we want! So, dancer's choice in other words! Brand new acts!

One dancer picked something upbeat and new to the music scene, although i sounds like the 1950's!

Leo Bridges - Flowers

Here are some song facts for you to enjoy...

(from Wikipedia)
Leon Bridges (born Todd Michael Bridges; July 13, 1989) is an American gospel and soul singer and songwriter from Fort Worth, Texas. He is best known for his song "Coming Home", which received regular airplay and was also a Top 10 Most Viral Track on Spotify. Bridges's debut album, which is also titled Coming Home, was released on June 23, 2015 on Columbia Records.

Bridges began writing and performing 1950s and '60s-style soul music that was described by Austin 360 as "a transmission straight from the heart."He began to attract followers and his break into the music industry has been attributed to meeting guitarist Austin Jenkins and Joshua Block of White Denim. It was Bridges's performance of "Coming Home" that caught the attention of the two. Bridges worked on his first few tracks with Jenkins and Block as producers. They recorded an album with vintage equipment, using local musicians affiliated with White Denim. Bridges released two demo songs on Soundcloud in late 2014. "Coming Home" received airplay from local radio stations including KKXT. It attracted the attention from a number of record labels with Bridges eventually signing with Columbia Records in December 2014.
Leon Bridges and his band at Webster Hall, 21 October 2015

Bridges began his first national tour in January 2015, playing shows in Texas as well as playing support for Sharon Van Etten in New York. His first official single, "Coming Home", was released on Columbia Records in February 2015. The song continued the success of the demo version and became a Top 10 Most Viral Track on Spotify the same month as its release. Bridges toured with Jenkins and Block until they resumed work with White Denim. He also played at the Sundance Film Festival and played at the SXSW festival in 2015.

His debut album was released in the summer of 2015 and has been referred to as a 2015 Album to Look Forward to From Texans by The New York Times. Bridges made the cover of Fort Worth, Texas magazine in May 2015 for not only his vocal accomplishments but also his distinctive retro style. "Coming Home" is featured in an Apple iPhone 6 commercial.Bridges made his first appearance in the UK as an artist in May when he sold out the London Village Underground. He then went on to announce four July dates, ending with a gig at Shepherd's Bush Empire on September 28.The album was nominated for Best R&B Album at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.

Aside from his own shows, Bridges also supported Pharrell Williams at the newly renamed Apple Music Festival on the 26th September. While opening at the intimate Roundhouse, he was able to perform hits such as "River", "Better Man" and "Lisa Sawyer" from his debut album Coming Home.

Bridges also participated in Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' song "Kevin", which was released on the duo's second full-length album together.