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Olympia: Nicknamed "The Old Red Barn," Olympia Stadium stood at 5920 Grand River Ave. from 1927 until 1987. Shortly after opening, Olympia became the home of The Detroit Red Wings. In the 1950s, hockey fans packed the 15,000-seat stadium to watch Gordie Howe and the "Production Line" win four Stanley Cups.

Olympia: Nicknamed "The Old Red Barn," Olympia Stadium stood at 5920 Grand River Ave. from 1927 until Shortly after opening, Olympia became the home of The Detroit Red Wings.

India's Mahindra Launches New U.S. Factory In Detroit Production Starts In 2018

India's Mahindra Launches New U.S. Factory In Detroit Production Starts In 2018

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the Frederick Jackson / Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon comedy "Dear Charles," which performed from February 28 thru March 5, 1955 at the Shubert-Lafayette Theatre (Demolished in 1964, this theatre was located at 153 West Lafayette Avenue).  Tallulah Bankhead and Robert Coote starred in the production.

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the Frederick Jackson / Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon comedy "Dear Charles," which performed from February 28 thru March 5, 1955 at the Shubert-Lafayette Theatre (Demolished in 1964, this theatre was located at 153 West Lafayette Avenue). Tallulah Bankhead and Robert Coote starred in the production.

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the William Inge comedy "Bus Stop," which performed from January 30 thru February 11, 1956 at the Cass Theatre  (formerly located at 300 West Lafayette Boulevard).

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the William Inge comedy "Bus Stop," which performed from January 30 thru February 11, 1956 at the Cass Theatre (formerly located at 300 West Lafayette Boulevard).

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the Gore Vidal comedy "Visit to A Small Planet," which performed from March 24 thru 30, 1958 at the Cass Theatre (formerly located at 300 West Lafayette Street)

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the Gore Vidal comedy "Visit to A Small Planet," which performed from March 24 thru 30, 1958 at the Cass Theatre (formerly located at 300 West Lafayette Street)

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of Maxwell Anderson's "Key Largo, " which performed from March 25 thru 30, 1940 at the Cass Theatre  (formerly located at 300 West Lafayette Street).  Paul Muni and Francis Compton starred in the production.

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of Maxwell Anderson's "Key Largo, " which performed from March 25 thru 30, 1940 at the Cass Theatre (formerly located at 300 West Lafayette Street). Paul Muni and Francis Compton starred in the production.

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the Jerome Lawrence / Robert E. Lee musicall "Auntie Mame," which performed from November 18 thru  December 7, 1957 at the Shubert-Lafayette Theatre (Demolished in 1964, this theatre was located at 135 West Lafayette Avenue). Constance Bennett and Mark O'Daniels starred in this production.

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the Jerome Lawrence / Robert E. Lee musicall "Auntie Mame," which performed from November 18 thru December 7, 1957 at the Shubert-Lafayette Theatre (Demolished in 1964, this theatre was located at 135 West Lafayette Avenue). Constance Bennett and Mark O'Daniels starred in this production.

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the William Inge play "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs," which performed from February 23 thru March 7 , 1959 at the Shubert-Lafayette Theatre  (Demolished in 1964, this theatre was located at 135 West Lafayette Avenue)  Barbara Baxley, Audrey Christie, and George L. Smith starred in the production.

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the William Inge play "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs," which performed from February 23 thru March 7 , 1959 at the Shubert-Lafayette Theatre (Demolished in 1964, this theatre was located at 135 West Lafayette Avenue) Barbara Baxley, Audrey Christie, and George L. Smith starred in the production.

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the Jerome Kilty play "Dear Liar," which performed from  June 25 thru 30, 1960 at the Shubert-Lafayette Theatre (Demolished in 1964, this theatre was located at 153 West Lafayette Avenue).

Theatre Programme from the Premiere Detroit Production of the Jerome Kilty play "Dear Liar," which performed from June 25 thru 30, 1960 at the Shubert-Lafayette Theatre (Demolished in 1964, this theatre was located at 153 West Lafayette Avenue).

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