The Paramount Theater will be presenting the jukebox musical revue Route 66 by Roger Bean for a nine-week run, April 11-June 10, at the Copley Theater right across the street from the Paramount.

Route 66 is a jukebox comedy about a gang of rowdy Chicago service station attendants who take an imaginary Chicago to L.A. road trip singing tunes by Willie Nelson, Woody Guthrie, Roger Miller and The Beach Boys.

The cast of singer/musicians includes Dan Beno, Courtney Crouse, Robert Deason, Rusty Koenig, Adam Michaels and Doug Pawlik.

Paramount's production of Route 66 will be directed and choreographed by Stacey Flaster, with music direction by Alan Bukowiecki. The production team also includes Angie Miller (scenic designer), Matt Guthier (costume designer), Jesse Klug and Greg Hofmann (co-lighting designers), Mike Ross (sound designer) and Jesse Gaffney (properties designer).

For more information and Route 66 tickets, click here.