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Michigan Opera Theatre Cancels Spring Season

It is with heavy hearts that Michigan Opera Theatre announces the cancellation of the remainder of its 2020 spring season in light of COVID-19.The decision comes following federal, state and CDC recommendations to reduce social gatherings in an attempt to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus and COVID-19. While this is a difficult decision, …

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The Very Last Green Thing Cancellation

Thank you for your patronage of Michigan Opera Theatre. Following the outbreak of COVID-19, MOT must cancel the performance of The Very Last Green Thing in April. We understand this decision is disappointing to our audiences; however, the health and safety of our guests, artists, staff members, and our entire community is our first and …

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Pagliacci Cancellation

Thank you for your patronage of Michigan Opera Theatre. Following the outbreak of COVID-19, MOT must cancel all performances of Pagliacci. We understand this decision is disappointing to our audiences; however, the health and safety of our guests, artists, staff members, and our entire community is our first and greatest priority. Your support of Michigan Opera Theatre, …

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ABT Cancellation

In light of the recent recommendations from the CDC and the State of Michigan, we regret to inform you that the performances in April by American Ballet Theatre of Swan Lake have been canceled. This is a devastating loss to all of our respective seasons — Michigan Opera Theatre, University Musical Society, and American Ballet …

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DTH Cancellation

Thank you for your patronage of Michigan Opera Theatre. Due to the Governor’s temporary ban on public events of over 250 people, MOT must cancel this weekend’s performances of Dance Theatre of Harlem. We understand this decision is disappointing to our audiences; however, the health and safety of our guests, artists, staff members, and our …

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Champion Cancellation

Thank you for your patronage of Michigan Opera Theatre. Due to the Governor’s temporary ban on public events of over 250 people, MOT must cancel all performances of Champion. We understand this decision is disappointing to our audiences; however, the health and safety of our guests, artists, staff members, and our entire community is our first …

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MOT’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) Public Health Update

The safety of our guests, staff, artists, and all who enter the Detroit Opera House is Michigan Opera Theatre’s first and greatest priority. Please know that we continue to closely monitor the development of the Covid-19 situation through communication with the Wayne County Health Department and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, in …

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Ethan Davidson Named Chairman of Michigan Opera Theatre

Michigan Opera Theatre is pleased to announce Ethan Davidson as the new Chairman of our Board of Directors and Trustees. Ethan will begin his position during our Annual Meeting, Nov. 14. He succeeds Rick Williams, who has served as Chairman for the past 17 years. Ethan comes to the role with years of non-profit leadership …

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How to Avoid Scalper Tickets

We know the feeling. You learn about a particular performance and can’t wait to purchase a ticket to get the best seats. You do a quick Google search and boom – numerous websites show up, more than happy to assist you on your quest. Unfortunately, many of these ticket-sellers are third party brokers, also known …

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