About Theater District
The Theater District Detroit Michigan is second only to New York's Broadway District for the number of theaters. A number of performing arts venues can be found in the Theater District Detroit Michigan which encompasses an area along Woodward Avenue ranging from just north of downtown to the New Center area near Woodward and Grand Boulevard. With the Fox Theater being the centerpiece of Detroit's Theater District, there are many other beautiful and historic theaters that make this a vibrant cultural area. The Fox Theater's ornate and opulent interior harkens back to its heyday in the 1930's. Yet, today it is still a prime venue for musical concerts and other performances. Theater District Detroit Michigan is also home to the Detroit Opera House, the Fisher Theater, Michigan Opera Theater, the Gem and Century Theater, The Fillmore Detroit, and numerous other theaters. The Detroit Masonic Temple Theatre is a neo-Gothic theater that seats over four thousand. Listed on the National Historic Register, this limestone structure strikes an imposing presence in Detroit Theater District. Other smaller theaters such as Detroit Film Theater and the Hilberry Theatre are also in the district. In addition to the cultural aspect of the Theater District Detroit Michigan, a resurgence of restaurants, hotels, and sporting venues near this area make it a popular destination. The Motor City Casino, Comerica Park, and Ford Field are all located near the Theater District. With its location near Wayne State University and downtown Detroit, Theater District Detroit Michigan is a prime spot for theater and cultural activities in Detroit.
Theater District News & Articles
Beetlejuice - The Musical
at Detroit Opera House
Get your tickets now to see Beetlejuice - The Musical in Detroit! This theatrical performance will sell out fast, so grab your tickets now to the hottest shows at Detroit Opera House.
Valentines's Soul Jam
at Fox Theatre
Fall in love all over again at the Valentine’s Soul Jam coming to Fox Theatre on Friday, February!