Monday, October 26, 2015

An Evening at the Fox Theatre

The Fox Theatre is a Performing Arts Theatre opened in 1928 as a flagship movie palace in the Fox Theatre chain [the others were in Brooklyn, Atlanta, St. Louis, and San Francisco]. It was built by film pioneer William Fox.  The theatre was acquired by new owners in 1988 and fully restored at a cost of $12 million.  It is one of Detroit's crown jewels.  

Last Friday, Jerry and I had tickets for the 8:00 p.m. performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.  It was awesome!

I was a shutterbug inside the ornate and luxurious lobby.

~ Ceiling ~

No photography was allowed during the performance, but my hubby got one of the stage during intermission.  It was a sell-out performance.

The only connection to tea in this post are the teacups on my sweater! ;-)  It was a fun evening, and we will be returning in December for Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker.


  1. Such a beautiful setting makes anything you see there more memorable! I dearly love to go to Atlanta's Fox Theater. Glad you enjoyed the show. (And I love that sweater!)

  2. What a wonderful way to spend time with hubby! A lovely picture of both of you!

  3. What a cute picture of you and your sweetheart, Phyllis, and what a nice evening together. I love your teacup sweater, too.

  4. Thanks for sharing your evening with us!


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