Silent Sundays: The Lodger

Silent Sundays: <i>The Lodger</i>

courtesy of VOS-ATOS


Past Event

When a public figure conceals their temporary respiratory problem, we react with suspicion. But cut some slack for the Orpheum Theater’s Mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ, owned and maintained by the Valley of the Sun Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society. Since March, VOS-ATOS has suppressed the Wurlitzer’s condition (having a blower rebuilt) — by including the info in the chapter’s online newsletter.

The organ returns for the Silent Sundays presentation of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1927 The Lodger, on Sunday, October 23, at 2:30 p.m. While Ron Rhode tickles the rehabbed behemoth, the audience will enjoy a Jack the Ripper-like thriller. Tickets are $15 to $20 (with children younger than 12 admitted free) for the screening at 203 West Adams Street. Call 877-840-0457 or visit


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