Christmas Pictures

I've stolen/borrowed pictures from Hitomi and Gracie that were posted on Facebook! Page 2 of the 2016 page, Hope you all enjoy!


Well old news, new news, not horrible!

Good news is, we have pictures from our Saturday show, I just have to organize them like I like and put them for you all to see!

Bad news is, we are moving Paramount again. I know, already? Why? Well for the past few weeks, our sim has been griefed more than we'd like. Not being able to get someone from management to restart the sim like we'd want... anyway, we are moving once again. Thank goodness no shows going on until the new year! :)

Also we don't have time for the art gallery... so sadly we are closing that, but adding a pond! ;D

Dance into Christmas

Come join us for an evening of classy but sassy entertainment as we the PARAMOUNT GRAND THEATRE, the Paramount dancers dance for you December 17th at 7pm slt, in our new show, Dance into Christmas

It's that time of year for family, friends and CHRISTMAS! The Players are looking forward to warm you up during the chill in the air.

Dance into Christmas Sneek Peek

OUR CHRISTMAS is coming up shortly! Tomorrow infact!! YAY! So here is a short song to get stuck into your head :D

You know you want one for Christmas!

I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas by Gayla Peevey

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

(from Wikipedia)
"I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas" is a Christmas novelty song written by John Rox (1902–1957) and performed by Gayla Peevey (10 years old at the time) in 1953. The song peaked at number 24 on Billboard magazine's pop chart in December 1953.

Peevey was a child star (born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), before her family moved to Ponca City, Oklahoma when she was five.[9] When released nationally by Columbia Records the song shot to the top of the charts, and the city zoo acquired a baby hippo named Matilda.

Peevey was filmed performing the song on The Ed Sullivan Show in October 1953, airing on November 15, 1953. A video of this performance is available on her website.

A popular legend holds that this 1953 hit had been recorded as a fundraiser to bring the city zoo a hippo; but in a 2007 radio interview with Detroit-based WNIC radio station, Peevey clarified that the song was not originally recorded as a fundraiser. Instead, a local promoter picked up on the popularity of the song and Peevey's local roots, and launched a campaign to present her with an actual hippopotamus on Christmas.

The campaign succeeded, and she was presented with an actual hippopotamus, which she donated to the city zoo. The hippopotamus lived for nearly 50 years.

Gayla Peevey later recorded as Jamie Horton, scoring the Billboard Hot 100-charter "My Little Marine" in 1960.

Thank you!

Thank you all for coming out to see our Cleo and the Czar play and the Leonard Cohen Tribute Show. No pictures are up from the show due to just being busy!! If I am able to get some screenshots from the shows or pictures I will post them.

We are currently working on our Christmas show coming up on the 17th. 

We also missed our 4th anniversary or Paramount this weekend, on the 3rd. The years seem to fly by! Thank you all for the continued support!!