Detroit Opera House
Dress to kill and head out to one of the best Halloween parties the city of Detroit has to offer.
Detroit theaters are primed to glow with colorful and spirit-filled characters for the upcoming holiday season.
The company’s 42nd opera season, entitled “Drama in the D,” will include debuts from several acclaimed artists including Handel, Rossini and Verdi.
The Lunar New Year, which begins on January 23, 2012, is the most important celebration in the traditional Chinese culture.
The music of Green Day is worthy of musical theater production. It may be combative and at times vulgar, but it demonstrates the emotional power implicit in clean, unadorned melodies.
Something “Wicked” is returning to Detroit. The blockbuster Broadway Musical “Wicked” is back on stage at the Detroit Opera House, running Wednesday through December 31st.
In the final moments, a portrait of Mozart descended upstage and the cast turned and bowed: Yup, Wolfgang would have been pleased. And so would Lorenzo Da Ponte, whose libretto seemed apropos and witty and funny this time out.
More than 20 businesses have partnered with police to make Detroit’s Central Business District a safer place to live, work and play.
After breaking box office records and selling out in record time in 2006 and 2008, WICKED, Broadway’s biggest blockbuster, will return to Detroit with performances at the Detroit Opera House, December 7–31.
A little tired of movies and mini golf? Southeast Michigan offers some unique activities you might not have thought of. Consider hanging out with some bats at Bat Zone or ghoul it up at Haunted Fort Wayne.