The Maple Theater Presents Two March Events to Celebrate the 94th Academy Awards

The Maple Theater Presents Two March Events to Celebrate the 94th Academy Awards

The Maple Theater is inviting you to attend a special Academy Awards® Preview Discussion with co-hosts Greg Russell and Tom Santilli of Movie Show Plus!  The two film critics will discuss the nominations and their predictions for this years Academy Awards® on Monday, March 7th at 7 p.m. at The Maple Theater.  

“We are excited to be hosting this first-time event at The Maple”, said Tom Santilli, film critic of WXYZ-TV. “Greg and I will also be hosting the Maple Oscar Viewing Party on Oscar Night and this will be fun to add to the activities this year.”

Greg Russell of Live in the D! added, “These are really fun events.  If you love movies, you will have a good time!”

EVENT #1

What:  The Maple Academy Awards® Preview Discussion

When:  Monday, March 7th at 7:00 p.m.

Tickets: $12

Purchase tickets at the box office or online at themapletheater.com

Tickets to this event include a small soft drink and popcorn

As Tom mentioned, the duo will once again be hosting the festivities on Oscar Night at The Maple. Tickets include a delicious snack reception, live entertainment and a red carpet photo booth. Complete with giveaways and interesting film tidbits, Tom and Greg will provide a most memorable evening.  This is the only way to watch Hollywood’s biggest night!

People are welcome to come in dressy attire and enjoy the star-studded evening by watching the Academy Awards® broadcast on the big screen. 

EVENT #2

What:  The Maple Oscar® Viewing Party

When:  Sunday, March 27th at 7:00 p.m.

Tickets: $30

Purchase tickets at the box office or online at themapletheater.com

More information is available for both events by calling a manager at The Maple Theater at 248-855-9091, emailing ruth@themapletheater.com or visit us at themapletheater.com. 

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