As we continue to follow social distancing guidelines, Michigan Opera Theatre is excited to announce that our upcoming season will feature a series of non-traditional performances!
The season will be a temporary departure from our traditional format of presenting Grand Opera and large-cast dance productions, with new features including:
- Alternate performance locations including outdoor settings and venues
- Small scale productions with socially-distanced casts and dancers
- Limited capacity, socially-distanced seating at the Detroit Opera House and other local venues
MOT has also partnered with the NSF International (formerly National Sanitation Foundation) public health and safety organization to ensure that the Opera House meets or exceeds the highest recommended government safety standards.
The health and safety of our patrons, artists and staff is our priority, and MOT continues to follow the regulations declared by Governor Whitmer on how and when we can safely re-open the Detroit Opera House.
As we all cope with an emerging “new normal,” we remember that art flourishes during challenging times, and we look forward to presenting opera and dance in exciting new ways.
Stay tuned for programming details in the upcoming weeks. We look forward to the day when we can see you again at the Detroit Opera House!