Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts
Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts
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350 Madison St
SW corner of Madison & Brush
Detroit MI 48226-2255
(313) 887-8500

geo: 42.3369069,-83.046032
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Music Hall, the former Wilson Theatre, was built in the Art Deco style and was designed by Smith, Hinchman & Grylls.

From Music Hall's website:

''Since Matilda Dodge Wilson opened Music Hall's doors in 1928, our intimate downtown venue has been a significant player in Detroit's performing arts sector. . . As a prominent variety house, Music Hall provides accessible music, theatre, dance, and other performance programming and education to a diverse audience. An opportunity for rising stars and a home for classic icons, Music Hall is truly a cultural resource for the city of Detroit.

Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts is a magnificent, fully restored historic theatre seating 1,701 and holding four lounge areas. Music Hall also plays host to a variety of non-theatrical events, including corporate annual meetings, parties, receptions, benefits, and fundraisers.''


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