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The Masonic Gallery


The Masonic is part of the Cass Park Village section of “The District Detroit,” an entertainment, business, and residential area that includes Comerica Park, Ford Field, the Fox, restaurants, clubs, theaters, casinos, retail shopping, apartments, and condos. Take an automated, high-resolution tour of this part of the city, as seen from The Masonic (new arena construction at the left). The District Detroit
Click for a panorama of The District Detroit.

Click for a 3-panorama tour of the Marche Du Nain Rouge Event.
Click for a 3-panorama tour of the Marche Du Nain Rouge Event.
On March 20th, The Masonic, once again, was the final destination and venue for the charming Marche Du Nain Rouge event. During the ceremony, the evil Nain Rouge (Red Dwarf) is banished from Detroit so that optimism and hope may flourish in the coming year.

A quiet moment on the stage of the great Masonic Theater a day after an R and B concert by the 5-time gold and platinum winner, Jeffrey Osborne, and another setup a week later. Click for a 2-panorama tour of the theater stage
Click for a 2-panorama tour of the theater stage.


Click for a 2-panorama tour of the Jack White Theater setup.
Click for a 2-panorama tour of the Jack White Theater setup.
On Friday, April 10, The Masonic hosted “Bring Boxing Back to Detroit,” sponsored by Antonio Gates, All-Pro tight end with the San Diego Chargers. For the event, a unique setup was created in the Jack White Theater.

On December 20th, the Grizmas music and lighting spectacular was presented to a sold-out crowd in the great Masonic Theater, an ideal venue for such a large event. Seats on the main floor were removed to accommodate the large and enthusiastic audience and an impressive array of lighting and sound devices were installed on the stage. Take the 3-panorama tour taken during sound and lighting checks. Many thanks to Griz’s lighting crew for their assistance with these intricate panoramic pictures. Click for a 5-panorama tour of The Adcraft Club setup work.
Click for a 3-panorama tour of The Grizmas setup.

Click for a 3-panorama tour.
Click for a 3-panorama tour
On December 5th and 6th, the Fountain Ballroom was transformed into an elegant and sophisticated venue for the Detroit Historical Society’s Ball. In addition, two Ford Mustangs were brought into the ballroom, including the Detroit Historical Museum’s 1963 Prototype. Take the 3-panorama tour and see an exceptionally creative use of the ballroom’s space.

The Adcraft Club of Detroit’s seventh annual "the D show" was held in the Masonic Theater. The vision, realization, and setup of an imaginative and creative space required the transformation of the big theater into an appealing venue for the Adcraft Club’s annual program–a combined award ceremony, entertainment show, and meeting of the advertising and marketing industry. Click on "the D show" logo at the right to take a 5-panorama tour of this impressive setup. Click for a 5-panorama tour of The Adcraft Club setup work.
Click for a 5-panorama tour of The Adcraft Club setup work.

Click for a 4-panorama tour of early setup work.
Click for a 5-panorama tour of early Theater Bizarre setup work.
Theater Bizarre–The Greatest Masquerade on Earth–an event attended by thousands, uses many of The Masonic’s varied venues: lodge halls, the Chapel, the Crystal Ballroom, several lobbies, and all sorts of other rooms and spaces. This panoramic tour begins with preparations in the Jack White Theater lobby several days before the event.

The Masonic is one of few places where an event as large and unique as Theater Bizarre can be held. A panoramic tour of 3 final theatrical setups begins with a panorama of the building as early masqueraders begin to arrive before the doors open. Click for a 5-panorama tour of final Theater Bizarre preparations.
Click for a 5-panorama tour of final Theater Bizarre preparations.

Click for 5-panorama view of the Showtime Sports Boxing
Click for 5-panorama view of the Showtime Sports Boxing Setup
On February 23, The Masonic was the host of Showtime Sports' nationwide boxing broadcast. Transforming a large theater for a significant and unique sports event is no easy task, but the preparation, setup, and broadcast was flawless. Take a 5-picture panoramic tour of the theater during the setup.

Another transformation of the great Masonic Theater, but this time for the Motor City Blues Festival! Many thanks to Scott from Michigan Sound Reinforcement for his cooperation and help with the lighting-test picture (the 3rd one in the mini tour). Click for 3-panorama view of the  Motor City Blues Festival
Click for 3-panorama view of the Motor City Blues Festival Setup