Refunds for canceled shows - Michigan Opera Theatre

Ticket Reimbursement - Opera and Dance

To our valued Opera and Dance patrons:

It has been a challenging year and we know you share in our disappointment the necessity to cancel the remainder of our 2020 spring season. The health and safety of our patrons, staff and artists, however, remains our priority, and we are working toward creating a safe, socially-distanced environment to present future performances.

As our fiscal year has drawn to a close, and if we were not able to present the performance for which you purchased tickets, we are refunding the value of those tickets in the form of a gift certificate that is valid for the next two years, as printed on the certificate itself. This certificate can be used toward the purchase of one of our many subscription packages.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Box Office at (313) 237-7464.

We thank you for your patronage and look forward to when we can safely reconvene at the Detroit Opera House. Please keep an eye out for announcements from MOT as we plan exciting new events in the near future, and check out MOT at Home for a vast collection of blogs, playlists, learning opportunities, and much more.


Tickets Reimbursement - The Last Ship, Easter Jazz Spectacular

In person
For tickets purchased in person at the Detroit Opera House box office for Broadway in Detroit’s The Last Ship and Easter Jazz Spectacular, refunds will be processed when the building is allowed to re-open, per Governor Whitmer’s stay-at-home orders.

Mail
Patrons who purchased tickets in person are welcome to mail their tickets, or a copy of their tickets, to

Detroit Opera House
Box Office
1526 Broadway
Detroit, MI 48226
(Please include name, address and phone number.)

Email
Patrons may scan and email images of their tickets to:
tbrown@motopera.org
(Please include name, address and phone number.)