Movies at Meadow Brook


Movies at Meadow Brook – wait list only!

Enjoy a magical movie experience among the stars at the Great Estate.

Guests will thrill to a classic Alfred Hitchcock film projected on a big screen in our grand Garden Tent.  The tent is spacious and heated to allow for a comfortable and safe viewing experience and features a cash bar with special fall-themed craft beers.


DETAILS:

$20 per person | $18 members 

  • Thursday, Oct. 15: Strangers on a Train – SOLD OUT!
  • Thursday, Oct. 29: Shadow of a Doubt – SOLD OUT!

Time: 7-10 p.m.

Event Details:

  • Admission includes one personal size bag of popcorn and one box of candy per guest
  • Will occur rain or shine in our heated Garden Tent
  • Cash bar

Reservations are required and tickets are limited. Contact Jill Moran at (248) 364-6252 to be placed on a wait list!


COVID-19 Precautions

Guest safety is our top priority. In order to protect our community, we ask guests to:

  • Wear a face covering
  • Maintain physical distancing by staying 6 feet apart from others
  • Please stay home if they are feeling sick or have a temperature of 100 F or higher
  • Must complete the MBH Health Screening form the night of the concert.

Strangers on a Train movie poster

Strangers on a Train | Thursday, Oct. 15 | 7-9 p.m.

When a young tennis player and a charming psychopath cross paths on a train, it sets off a thrilling act of danger and violence. The psychopath suggests they should “exchange” murders to avoid being caught. The psychopath commits the first murder, then tries to force the tennis player to complete the bargain. “Strangers on a Train” is a classic Hitchcock film considered to be in the top 100 thrillers of all time by the American Film Institute.

 

Shadow of a Doubt Movie Poster

Shadow of a Doubt | Thursday, Oct. 29 | 7-9 p.m.

SOLD OUT!

In Alfred Hitchcock’s favorite of his own films, “Shadow of a Doubt,” a charming and lovable uncle takes up residence with his sister’s family. It doesn’t take long for his niece to grow suspicious of her Uncle Charlie, and begins to wonder if he is in fact the “Merry Widow Murderer” in all the newspapers. Tensions build as young Charlotte must decide how to act–especially when it seems her own life is in danger!