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==Venues====Venues==
Several of Detroit's performing arts venues have been home to Michigan Opera Theatre. With the move to the [[Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts|Music Hall Center]] in 1971.<ref>[https://news.google.com/newspapers?...582,3725294&dq=opera+music+hall+detroit&hl=en Opera Fills Need in Detroit Area] ''[[Sun Journal (Lewiston, Maine)|The Lewiston Daily Sun]]''. November 23, 1976. Accessed May 4, 2010</ref> Detroit Opera is credited with helping to regenerate Detroit's Entertainment District. Still operating as Overture to Opera the company saved the Music Hall from demolition in 1971 and staged its first season there with productions of ''[[Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat]]'' and [[Puccini]]'s ''[[La rondine]]''. Besides the Music Hall, Detroit Opera has staged productions at the [[Detroit Masonic Temple]] Theatre, and the [[Fisher Building#Fisher Theatre|Fisher Theatre]]. In the 1984 spring season the company moved to the Masonic Temple to accommodate larger audiences and bigger productions. Its first production at the Masonic Temple was ''[[Anna Bolena]]'', starring Joan Sutherland.<ref>[https://news.google.com/newspapers?...dq=opera+masonic+temple+theatre+detroit&hl=en Out of Town: Detroit] ''The Blade''. May 31, 1984. Accessed May 4, 2010.</ref> The production also featured the [[American Midwest]] premiere of English [[surtitles]]. In 1985 the company moved to The Fisher Theatre for its autumn season and staged ''[[West Side Story]]'' which received an extended run and became one of Michigan Opera Theatres top grossing productions.<ref>[https://news.google.com/newspapers?...=west+side+story+fisher+theatre+detroit&hl=en 'Torch Bearers' To Open Repertoire Theatre Season: Backstage Notes] ''The Blade''. Toledo. August 20, 1985. Accessed May 4, 2010</ref>Several of Detroit's performing arts venues have been home to Michigan Opera Theatre. With the move to the [[Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts|Music Hall Center]] in 1971,<ref>[https://news.google.com/newspapers?...582,3725294&dq=opera+music+hall+detroit&hl=en Opera Fills Need in Detroit Area] ''[[Sun Journal (Lewiston, Maine)|The Lewiston Daily Sun]]''. November 23, 1976. Accessed May 4, 2010</ref> Detroit Opera is credited with helping to regenerate Detroit's Entertainment District. Still operating as Overture to Opera the company saved the Music Hall from demolition in 1971 and staged its first season there with productions of ''[[Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat]]'' and [[Puccini]]'s ''[[La rondine]]''. Besides the Music Hall, Detroit Opera has staged productions at the [[Detroit Masonic Temple]] Theatre, and the [[Fisher Building#Fisher Theatre|Fisher Theatre]]. In the 1984 spring season the company moved to the Masonic Temple to accommodate larger audiences and bigger productions. Its first production at the Masonic Temple was ''[[Anna Bolena]]'', starring Joan Sutherland.<ref>[https://news.google.com/newspapers?...dq=opera+masonic+temple+theatre+detroit&hl=en Out of Town: Detroit] ''The Blade''. May 31, 1984. Accessed May 4, 2010.</ref> The production also featured the [[American Midwest]] premiere of English [[surtitles]]. In 1985 the company moved to The Fisher Theatre for its autumn season and staged ''[[West Side Story]]'' which received an extended run and became one of Michigan Opera Theatres top grossing productions.<ref>[https://news.google.com/newspapers?...=west+side+story+fisher+theatre+detroit&hl=en 'Torch Bearers' To Open Repertoire Theatre Season: Backstage Notes] ''The Blade''. Toledo. August 20, 1985. Accessed May 4, 2010</ref>
== Arts education and outreach ==== Arts education and outreach ==

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