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September 19, 1986 - Image 96

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Continued from preceding page

this period of phenomenal
growth for the organization,
D.T. became seriously ill and,
in only a few months, the
scrappy Detroiter who had
founded an American theater
empire second in size only to
the Shubert Organization, was
dead. Though very ill, he
actively participated in the
family business until he died.
Before D.T. was laid to rest, a
eulogist would comment on the
large crowd attending funeral
services in Southfield: "D.T.
would have been pleased — it's
a packed house."
In the years following D.T.'s
death, Robert would join
Jimmy and Joey in the busi-
ness, serving as an attorney for
the group. Harry, a former
salesman, would take on the
Birmingham Theater, another
family concern, in 1978. Pine
Knob and the Masonic came
into the fold, along with addi-
tional theaters on Broadway
and across the U.S. The Neder-
landers began to produce
shows to fill the many theaters,
including such blockbusters as
Applause on Broadway, and
Stop the World, I Want To Get
Off, for the road. In 1981, they
joined forces with the Shuberts
to bring the Royal Shakes-
peare Company's Nicholas
Nickleby to New York.
Unfortunately, not all was
well back on the homefront.
Ticket prices, unemployment,
and Detroit's crime rate began
to climb. Many scheduled
shows never quite made it to
the Fisher stage. Ticket sales
began to fall considerably, and
the Fisher went dark — some-
times for weeks at a time.
"This was the best show
town in America," Joey Neder-
lander once told the Free Press.
The media, he said, had "made
everybody scared to come here
. . . everybody was afraid of
getting killed. That's non-
sense."
As to the -future of the family
itself, it's a good bet the Neder-
landers will be making their
mark in the theater business
for year to come.
"We intend to keep on
operating our theaters, and
producing shows for them,"
Harry Nederlander says, as he
prepares for the suburban
Birmingham's season opener,
Bob Fosse's Dancin; , on Sept.
30.
There are also plans for ven-
tures into cablevision, a couple
of comedies in the works, and a
new partnership with Broad-
way producer Jerry Weintraub
to develop shows for six of the
Nederlanders' New York
theaters.
A new generation of Neder-
landers is on the scene, too,
looking forward to carrying on
the family tradition. Harry's
son, Wayne, 31, is vice
president for Nederlander con-
certs, in charge of the organ-
ization's outdoor music theat-
ers. Scott, 27, is manager of the
River Bend Theater in Cincin-
nati. James, Jr. oversees oper-
ations at the Kingswood Music
Theater in Toronto.

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