Performing Arts Museums Other Fun Stuff

The Baldwin Theatre:
(810) 541-6430

Royal Oak Music Theatre
318 West Fourth Street
ROYAL OAK MI 48067
Phone: 810-546-7610

The Village Players
Birmingham's ONLY live theatre!
The more than 225 area thespians that make up The Village Players
(the oldest amature theatre club in the United States) are dedicated
to providing quality entertainment and community service to the greater
Birmingham area. In its nearly 75 years of existence, The Village Players
has mounted some 400 productions and over 1200 performances for the local
community. Coming attractions include "Guys & Dolls", "Sisters Rosensweig",
"Relatively Speaking" and "The Taffetas". Click on our link for a SPECIAL OFFER!

Fox Theatre
2211 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, Mi.
313-396-7600

Built in 1928, the Fox has been restored to it's previous grandeur.
Featuring the best in variety, drama, comedy and musicals.

Fisher Theatre
3011 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, Mi
313-872-1000

Located in the historic Fisher Building, the Fisher Theatre hosts
a variety of Broadway performances.

Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra Hall
3711 Woodward Ave
Detroit, Mi.
313-833-3700

The world class Detroit Symphony Orchestra features the best in pops,
classical, chamber, and jazz, as well as the renowned Young People's
Concert Series.

Masonic Temple Theatre
500 Temple St.
Detroit, Mi
313-832-2232

Presentations include grand opera and ballet as well as a variety of
musical and comedy concerts.

Michigan Opera Theatre
6519 Second Ave.
Detroit, Mi.
313-874-7464

Performing classical and non-traditional grand opera and operetta
in the new Detroit Opera House, Madison and Broadway.

Meadow Brook Theatre
Oakland University Campus
Rochester, Mi.
810-377-3300

Musical, comedy and contemporary performances are presented in this theatre.

Detroit Institute of Arts
5200 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, Mi.
313-833-7900

Open year round
Well known for it's fabulous mural by artist, Diego Rivera, "Detroit
Industry", the DIA boasts works by Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Picasso and
Matisse.

Cranbrook Institute of Science
1221 N. Woodward Ave
Bloomfield Hills, Mi.
810-645-3200

Open year round
This wonderful museum on the Cranbrook grounds offers a variety of
exhibits, hands-on displays, as well as planetarium and laser shows.

Detroit Historical Museum
5401 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, Mi.
313-833-1805

Open year round
Featuring the "Streets of Old Detroit", a recreation of the city's main
street and shops as they appeared in the 1800's, the Historical Museum
hosts a variety of exhibits relevant to Detroit, throughout the year.

Detroit Science Center
5020 John R St.
Detroit, Mi.
313-577-8400

Open year round
The Detroit Science Center offers a multitude of hands-on exhibits for
children and adults, as well. A must experience is the 180-degree
Omnimax Space Theatre and interactive video theatre.

Henry Ford Museum
and Greenfield Village
20900 Oakwood Blvd.
Dearborn, Mi.
313-271-1976

Open daily, year round
Founded in 1929 by Henry Ford, this world-renowned museum of American
history and technology features more than 90 indoor and outdoor acres
of exhibits dating from the 1600's to present times. The museum and village
offer a variety of hands-on workshops and classes throughout the year.

Main Theatre
118 N Main St,
Royal Oak, MI 48067
810-542-0180

Movie Link
Complete listings and movie times of Metro Detroit movie theatres.

Movie Web
Previews of up-coming movies.

Film Com's Current Release
Reviews of the latest movies around town.

The Internet Movie Database
The most comprehensive free source of movie info on the Internet.

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