October 4, 2023-November 12, 2023
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How do you chart freedom? How can you package liberty?

Plan ahead due to construction.

IMPORTANT STREET CONSTRUCTION ALERT: Starting October 6th through November, Broadway (Route 25) will undergo water main construction between Benton Ave. North to New York St. This project will cover about 4 blocks, but its impact on traffic will extend further. Expect traffic delays, especially on cross streets like Galena Blvd. To ease congestion, the City of Aurora recommends avoiding Broadway (Route 25) through Downtown Aurora. Instead, consider using alternative routes. One great option is Lincoln Ave, just a block or two east of Broadway, running North & South on the East side of the train tracks.

Nominated for 2 Tony Awards, including Best Play!

WHAT ONCE WAS, MAY NO LONGER BE TRUE. How do you chart freedom? How can you package liberty? Who’s included and who’s deliberately discarded? How can you create your own future when it’s never certain to begin with? Playwright Heidi Schreck’s Pulitzer Prize nominated play dives into who the U.S. Constitution is really for, using her past teenage self, winning college money by debating the Constitution in American Legion halls across the country. Hilarious, heartbreaking and insightful, What the Constitution Means to Me shows the fight for freedom and equality is never done, but passed on from generation to generation. But perhaps Schreck’s most incendiary question is the most obvious: should we abolish the Constitution and start over?

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Meet the Team

Artistic Team

Aimee Plant

Properties Designer

Aimee started at Paramount in September of 2018 and became a full-time staff member in 2021.  Design credits include Hand to God and BULL: a love story.  Other Paramount props artisan credits include Into the WoodsRock of AgesSweatGroundhog DayCinderellaBeauty and the Beast, and The Producers. She has also done props work at The Santa Fe Opera, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Victory Gardens Theater, Pavement Group, and Actors Theatre of Louisville.  She is very happy to be making theater so close to her hometown of Montgomery and in the community in which she grew up.  Get a sneak peek into the world of props by following the shop on Instagram @paramountpropshop

Lauren Berman


Angela Weber Miller

Scenic Designer

Caitlin McLeod

Costume Designer

Jessica Neill

Lighting Designer

Forrest Gregor

Sound Designer

Devon Hayakawa


Lina Benich *

Stage Manager

Rebecca J. Lister

Assistant Stage Manager


Cory Goodrich *


previously in Once and Mary Poppins

Kevin McKillip *


making Paramount Theatre debut

Lilly Fujioka


making Paramount Theatre debut

Vivian Webb


making Paramount Theatre debut

Andrea Uppling

u/s Heidi

Previously in What the Constitution Means to Me

Gabriel Fries

u/s Legionnaire

Previously in What the Constitution Means to Me and Hand to God

* indicates member of Actors’ Equity Association (AEA)
† indicates member of United Scenic Artists (USA)
‡ indicates member of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC)

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