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This lovingly-restored theater (and its cousin, The State Theater), are my favorite places to see all the best movies (and live shows in the auditorium of the Michigan Theater, too).
In addition to being able to see films on the big screen with great sound,...More
This may be the best motion picture and special events theater in the State of Michigan. Designed by famed theater architect Maurice Finkle, the theater opened in 1927. Over 50 years I've seen dozens of famous musician perform here and the films are always A...More
We visited the Michigan Theater for a free screening of Elf. It was our first visit to the theater and we were very impressed. The detail and artwork of the building is breathtaking and it brings you back in time. We sat up in the...More
Have been here numerous times and always enjoyable. Last time there we saw a comedy show. The smaller venue really makes the shows more personal. Plenty to do in that area before/after the show so hang out downtown A2.
A destination as well as a venue for movies and performances! The exterior architecture provides a welcome introduction to the in side of the theater. Their sound quality is memorable. The Michigan Theater adds to our community's experience.
As an annual member in support of the Michigan Theater I enjoy many fine films there. The Michigan opened in 1928 and was saved from demolition in 1978. The theater is enhanced by the 1927 Barton Theater Pipe Organ. It is one of the few...More
Went there for an anniversary present. They refused to honor the highest priced seats in the theater, and insisted we be re-assigned seats. They tried to blame it on the performers, but the show was not sold out, and they were embarrassed. The "very good"...More
There is nothing more pleasant and satisfying than to listen to the early organ playing as it did so long ago...take a sip of wine, nibble at the popcorn, and sit back in comfortable seats only to be transported back in time while watching the...More