SEUSSICAL: THE MUSICAL
Roanoke Children's Theatre
"A production of Roanoke Children's Theatre, the show is a nonstop panorama of dance and ear-friendly melodies, whimsical Seussian scenery and costumes both eye-catching and ingenious. Huge credit is due Pat Wilhelms..., (and) the inspired work of her creative team. Horton is played by Paul Aguirre, who also choreographed the show."
-Jeff DeBell, THE ROANOKE TIMES

SEUSSICAL: THE MUSICAL
Mill Mountain Theatre
"The choreography directed by Aguirre is some of Mill Mountain Theatre's best; the chorus of sexy lady birds can kick as high as any Rockette. Then there are the three Wickershams, who get down in a big, big way. Nick Lachey can only dream of dancing as well."
- Beth Jones, THE ROANOKE TIMES

SEUSSICAL: THE MUSICAL
Little Theatre on the Square
"Paul Aguirre's frenetic choreography and a plethora of outstanding voices all blend together to make a sensory delight. Aguirre also plays the lead part of Horton the elephant..."
- James L. Seay, THE NEWS-GAZETTE

"The inventive and delightful choreography by Paul Aguirre embodied several different approaches to the dance under the central umbrella of one stage-filling, bombastic style."
- David Golden, THE HERALD-REVIEW

HOW TO SUCCEED...
Yorktown Stage
"The stand alone number, Coffee Break, is delightfully choreographed by Paul Aguirre and sung with the right desperate edge. World Wide Wicket employees fall apart upon discovering the coffeepot is empty. The entrance of Hedy and the song lecture that follows, A Secretary is Not a Toy, are kinetic and eye-filling. And of course, the finale, Brotherhood of Man, packs all the wallop it should to send the audience home singing."
- Edward Buroughs, THE JOURNAL NEWS

HEART & MUSIC
Premiere NRTW 2000
"The talent of the cast was well complimented by the first rate staging and choreography of Mr. Aguirre. His staging had high-energy and was interesting to watch and he was successful in making both the dancers and non-dancers look good."
- Jeannine Jones, THE CUE

A CHORUS LINE
Fordham University
"A Chorus Line centers around two things: its dancing and its characters... and here it is captivating to watch the individual personalities of each dancer shine."
- Missy Frederick, THE RAM

LYZ!
Samuel Beckett Theatre
"The production numbers soar. Cowdery's music, combined with Lauinger's lyrics, makes for rousing songs, thanks to the combined efforts of all the cast members and choreography by Paul Aguirre."
- Irene Backalanick, BACKSTAGE







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