Following four sold-out shows, Michigan Opera Theatre is thrilled to announce we have added FREE DIGITAL SCREENINGS for our remaining performances of Twilight: Gods on Oct. 20 and 21!
The hour-long screenings will start at 6:20 p.m. and end at 7:30 p.m. inside the Detroit Opera House. Patrons will watch as a single camera follows a group of cars through the experience, just as it would be seen inside the Detroit Opera House Parking Center.
Mask-wearing will be required at all times, temperature checks will be required upon entry, and all government-mandated social distancing measures will be observed. Please find details of MOT's COVID precautions here. Tickets are free but limited, and must be ordered in advance to ensure proper social distancing within the theater. They are available online here or, for parties larger than four people, by calling the box office at (313) 237-7464.
Parking will not be available in the Parking Center or in the surface lot. We recommend one of the many off-site parking options within blocks of the theatre. Learn more about Twilight: Gods, including cast, synopsis, articles and interviews, here. We cannot wait to share this exciting, first-of-its-kind opera with the community!
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