Ann Arbor's Michigan Theater combines living history with a singular dedication to the finest film and live entertainment available today. We offer two auditoriums: the Historic Theater and the Screening Room; find out more about each below. You can also take one of our illustrated tours. View the theater today after its loving restoration, and learn about its history and about a Michigan treasure: the Barton Theatre Pipe Organ, one of the only theater organs in existence that is still played in its original home on a regular basis.
Sound: CP500 Dolby Digital Surround sound system with 6 channels.
Screen: 35' x 19'
Organ: 1927 Barton Theater Pipe Organ
Constructed during the silent film era when films were shown with live musical accompaniment, the Historic Auditorium is known, acoustically speaking, as a "live" house. The acoustics are perfect for classical music, one of the reasons we've been home to the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra since 1..