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Cirque du Soleil: PARAMOUR
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Cirque du Soleil: PARAMOUR

Apr 01, 2016 - Apr 16, 2017
Running time: 2:10
PLAYING @
Lyric Theatre
213 W 42nd St
New York, NY 10036
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
By Subway: Take the 1, 2, 3, 7, S, N, Q, R, W, A, C or E train to 42nd St/ Times Square
By Bus: Take the M7, M20, M42, or M104 bus.
Show Description:
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FULL-PRICE TICKETS
$55.00 - $159.00
prices subject to change
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ADDITIONAL INFO

Age Guidance: 8
Show Notes
1 Intermission

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

Wheelchairs
Patrons requiring wheelchair accessible seats can purchase tickets either online at harrypotter.ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-653-8000.
Seating
Wheelchair seating is available in select orchestra locations, or in the Dress Circle Level which is accessible via elevator on the 42nd Street side of the venue. There is no accessible seating on the Balcony level.
Elevator\Escalator
An elevator is available on the 42nd Street side of the venue that can be used to access the Dress Circle Level.
Parking
A possible choice is Times Square Garage, 220 West 41st Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues, (212) 730-1777. It is NOT affliated with the Lyric Theater
Curb Ramps
There are curb ramps available at the corner of 42nd Street and 7th Avenue as well as 42nd Street and 8th Avenue.
Entrance
There are entrances to the Lyric Theatre on 42nd and 43rd Street, with a preferred accessible entrance on 42nd Street. Entrance to the building is at street level with access to an elevator to the Orchestra and Dress Circle levels.
Box Office
The Box Office has two locations, one on 42nd Street and one on 43rd Street. Both are on Street Level and feature one counter that is at an accessible height.
Restroom
There is one accessible restroom in the house left entrance vestibule. Additional Accessible restrooms are located on the Dress Circle Level.
Water Fountain
There is not an accessible water fountain.
Telephone
None on premises
Assisted Listening System
The Lyric Theatre is now proud to offer Sennheiser MobileConnect Assisted Listening Program on your mobile device. Reservations are not necessary. Government-issued photo ID required as a deposit at time of performance. For more information please visit coat check at time of performance.
Visual Assistance
Vision seats are available for purchase please dial 212-556-4700 and follow the prompts for Accessibility information.
Folding Armrests
Transferable seats are available in select Orchestra and Dress Circle Locations. These seats can be arranged by dialing 212-556-4700 and following the prompts for Accessibility information.

VIDEOS

REVIEWS

"Paramour," which includes classic Cirque touches like aerial acts, board jumping and acrobats on teeterboards, has chosen — somewhat puzzlingly for Cirque's maiden voyage to Broadway — to celebrate classic Hollywood. But unlike other Cirque shows, this one does a really fine job of integrating the acrobats into the narrative. Here, pole acrobats show off their stuff on city lamp posts, tumblers explode during a bar brawl and trampoline specialists flip high over rooftops. It's thrilling stuff

---Associated Press
About 45 minutes into Paramour, the Cirque du Soleil musical that opens at Broadway’s Lyric Theatre tonight, the twin aerialists Andrew and Kevin Atherton are suspended over a stage set of what’s supposed to be a movie set of Ancient Egypt. They’re a striking pair: platinum blond, lantern-jawed, impossibly toned, and mirror images, each hanging from a strap and effortlessly contorting himself, dozens of feet above the stage. It’s the sort of breathtaking, beautiful athleticism you expect from Cirque du Soleil, and it’s thrilling. The audience is rapt. At the end of their number, the Atherton twins get the evening’s biggest applause.

---Entertainment Weekly
“Paramour,” Cirque du Soleil’s attempt to merge its gravity-defying spectacle with a traditional song-and-story musical, definitely has the best trampoline-powered rooftop chase scene ever turned into a Broadway finale. And the flying, in the same cavernous theater where “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” made its aerial and financial belly flops, easily puts hapless Spidey to shame.

---Newsday