Michigan Theatre Tickets
Michigan Theatre Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Events at Michigan Theatre
Seating in the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor brings an enjoyable trip into the past along with each modern performance. Recently restored, visitors can begin to understand what the movie theaters of the 20’s had to offer that the modern cinema experience has lost. The Michigan Theater actually has two separate venues, there’s the Historic Auditorium, and then the Screening Room.
Seating in the Michigan Theater Historic Auditorium
Remember, in the old days when you took your seats in a theater you were treated to a live performance as the movie played. This means the Michigan Theaters Historic Auditorium was designed for sound. As a result, you’ll often find performances by the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra here, as well as a variety of shows by local and touring artists in this 1,700 seat auditorium.
Seating in the Michigan Theater Screening Room
The Screening Room is a more recent addition to the Michigan Theater. Seating only 200, this venue provides an ultra modern sound system that enhances the showing of smaller circulation art films, and foreign works of note. Independent films not widely promoted but critically acclaimed are screened in this venue, giving the public access to works they may not ordinarily see.