1.Detroit Opera House
1420 Broadway St
2.St Andrews Hall
431 E Congress St
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To start, I think mstlcopeland was at the wrong place. St. Andrews lines are roped off. Maybe the people ""getting in front"" were the ones who payed with their ticket for the VIP to cut the line? Sec
3.Bel Air 10 Theater
10100 E 8 Mile Rd
We had a great time and we come to this theater weekly. The sound is very good and much better than most theaters I have been in.
1515 Broadway St
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this place is an awesome oasis for students and friends to meet up and grab a really inexpensive drink. It's a theater on the weekends, so they really have multipurpose uses! The only other coffee pla
5.Music Hall Center for Performing Arts
350 Madison St
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This theater always has interesting shows and architecturally beautiful. I saw the Fringe Festival here in the winter time and it was a great show. Tickets can be expensive but the seating is great an
6.Harpos Concert Theatre
14238 Harper Ave
If you're looking for a great rock/heavy metal club you can't go wrong with Harpos. Good times all around!
7.Detroit Opera House
1526 Broadway St
I attended the Detroit Opera House to see a play and it was wonderful! It was very beautiful on the inside and the sound was perfect. There are nice restaurants across the street for you to have dinne
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