Celebration 2002

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John Lauter provided music
both before the show and
for the afterglow.
Displays featuring historic
Detroit theatres were set up
throughout the lobby areas.
These displays attracted
a lot of interest.

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Here's a set of dishes that
was aquired piece by piece
on Dish Nights at the Redford.
Patrons beginning to arrive.
Everyone received the
red carpet treatment.

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A line began to form
at the box office.
Ushers were available
to assist.
People continued to
arrive and filled the
auditorium nicely.

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Susan takes the tickets
from an arriving couple.
The show begins. Doesn't
the auditorium look great?
There's Tony O"Brien at
the console of the Redford's
original Barton pipe organ.

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We were treated to a
Buster Keaton silent film
with Tony providing the music.
The show also featured
members of the Michigan
Opera Theatre.
After the show, all were
invited to mingle over
light refreshments.

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The audience had a chance
to talk with Tony and view
the Barton up close.
Dorothy Van Steenkiste and
Mike Hauser chat with guests.

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