In a Grande finale of comedy and horror, you'll be scared silly when the Redford Theatre presents a Three Stooges Halloween Festival featuring six classic "spooky" two reelers this Friday, Oct. 30 at 8pm and two shows on Saturday, Oct. 31 at 2 and 8pm.
The Stooges Festivals at the Redford Theatre have become the most anticipated events of the movie season at the Redford Theatre. Boys and girls, men and women of all ages make the pilgrimage to see the Stooges on the big screen and enjoy the fun of laughing together.
Tickets are $5 at the door.
The fun begins when the doors and box office open one hour before showtime on Friday night. Detroit native and Boogie-woogie pianist Mike Przybylski starts the musical festivities by thumping the ivories in the lobby before handing over the musical hoopla to Lance Luce, also a Detroit native, on the Barton Theatre organ.
On Saturday, Fox Theater keyboardist Dave Calendine pounds the boogie at the piano before handing the organ chores over to young Emily Seward before the Stooges festivities begin.
Since it is Halloween weekend, the costume contest continues.
Everyone who comes in a full costume will win a prize.
From the original theatre organ to the restored splendor of the 1928 interior appearance, the dedicated volunteer staff keeps things authentic by screening real film on vintage quality projection equipment. Our candy counter stocks the largest selection of old and new candy favorites along with delicious popcorn with real butter. Prices are very affordable; there is no candy item over $2, drinks cost up to $1.50 and popcorn costs only $4 for a large bag.
The Redford Theatre is located at the North East corner of
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