Michigan Opera Theatre
Dress to kill and head out to one of the best Halloween parties the city of Detroit has to offer.
A huge boost for the arts in Detroit as the Knight Foundation has announced $19.25 million investment in the arts here.
Ballet has very deep roots in both history and Detroit. See this beautiful display of talent at any one of these places throughout the city.
Others maintain that musicals are for mass entertainment while opera is a purer form of fine art. Regardless of your opinion, here are opera’s best bets for the coming season in Detroit.
What’s there to do in Detroit in the spring? See a live theater performance, of course. Check out Detroit’s offerings.
The company’s 42nd opera season, entitled “Drama in the D,” will include debuts from several acclaimed artists including Handel, Rossini and Verdi.
The Motor City is blessed with many fine professional theater companies! Learn about some of the such as Detroit Repertory Theatre, The Gem & Century Theatres, Hilberry Theatre and more.
The Michigan Opera Theatre closes out its performances of “Carmina Burana” this weekend. The show includes a group of local kids who spent hours pouring over ancient writings, practicing music and languages like Latin.
In addition to the hosting the Michigan Opera Theatre, the Detroit Opera House presents a variety of dance programs, including performances by companies like the acclaimed Joffrey Ballet and the Grand Rapids Ballet.
WWJ’s Bill Stevens with a focus on a volunteer dedicated to to the Michigan Opera Theatre.
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