Every time I flip through the stack of movie tickets in my wallet, the memory of that theater visit is vividly recreated. I remember who I was with and what parts of the film made me laugh, cry, and in some cases letterboxed to shreds. The experience of watching a movie is a spiritual one. Whether alone or with others, sitting in a comfortable chair and watching a movie on the big screen adds a level of enjoyment that cannot be replicated at home. No place.
Wikipedia describes the Michigan Theater as a “movie palace.” I’m not familiar with this title, but it makes sense. From the charming multicolored glow of the marquee to the cavernous barrel-vaulted ceilings in the lobby, it’s truly palatial. An elegant hybrid of Art Deco and Romanesque styles, Maine’s Auditorium makes every film bigger, grander and more beautiful. Built in 1928, this theater is a tangible relic of Ann Arbor’s history. Just step inside and you’ll know that generations of Anne He Arbolites, UM students and loyal patrons have enjoyed this theater since its inception.
What makes the Michigan Theater special is its dedication to hosting independent films, local artists, and exclusive events of unparalleled scale. It removes any barriers to joining the local art scene. This is an infinitely valuable perk.
Sometimes it’s joining the rowdy late-night chorus of “Cats,” other times it’s satisfying childhood nostalgia by rewatching a Studio Ghibli movie, and on Halloween, the mother of all horror films, Nosferatu ”. By the eerie tones of her historic Burton organ.
In addition to movies, the Michigan Theater has it all covered in entertainment. A Joni Mitchell tribute concert, a screening of cult classic “The Room” by Greg Sestero, a live shadow cast of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” a tour with Kelly Ripa, all the same There is no other place that can be held at the location. auditorium.
In every way, Michigan Theater is a triumph of local entertainment. It’s all thanks to our loyal paying supporters and dedicated organizers that keep us running year-round as a non-profit organization. It’s also especially reliable when building your personal collection of movie tickets.
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