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Fisher Theatre General Information

The Fisher Theatre
3011 W. Grand Boulevard
Detroit, Michigan 48202

Email: contact@broadwayindetroit.com

Phone Numbers:

Box office and ticket info.:  
Ticketmaster charge by phone:
Business office:
Emergency during shows:
Lost and found:
Subscription Department:
Group Sales
313-872-1000
800-982-2787
(Monday - Friday 10:00am - 6:00pm) 313-872-1000
313-872-1111
313-872-1000
313-872-1180
313-871-1132 or groups@broadwayindetroit.com

Box Office Hours:



Non-performance weeks:

Performance weeks: 
 
 
Handicap Accessibility:
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interpreted Show:

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday (closed Saturday and Sunday)

Monday Only: 10 am to 5 pm Tuesday – Saturday: 10 am to Showtime Sunday: 12:00 noon to Showtime 

Handicap seating information is available by calling 313-872-1000. Handicap parking is available in the parking structures and surface lots adjacent to the theatre. The entrances to both the Fisher Building and Fisher Theatre are barrier free.

 

For those looking for an interpreted performance of a show, if one is not already scheduled, we will be happy to accommodate your request as long as it is received at least 40 days prior to the show opening.   

 
 

Photography, Recording & Communications Devices
Unauthorized cameras and recording devices are not allowed inside the lobby or theater at any time. Taking photographs of the theater or any performance is strictly prohibited. As a courtesy to our guests, we ask that all paging devices, cellular telephones and alarm watches be switched to silent mode prior to the start of all performances. 

Children
As a courtesy to our patrons, it is the policy of Broadway In Detroit not to admit children under the age of 5.   This policy may be altered from time to time based on Shows and Show content.   You will be made aware of particular age restrictions during your purchase.   Some shows make further age appropriate recommendations and Broadway In Detroit will provide those on its website; however, judgment of the content for each show should be made on an individual basis prior to purchase.   When available, Broadway In Detroit provides links to show websites for further information.   All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket. 


Late Seating
Please, arrive on time. The Fisher maintains the right to avoid seating late arrivals during the performance.



Detroit Opera House General Information

General Information:

Ticket Office:
Michigan Opera Theatre:
Emergencies:
Lost and found:
Theater Rental:

313-965-4631 This number is for Opera and Ballet information ONLY, for Broadway In Detroit Events at the Opera House call 313-872-1000
313-237-SING (7464)
313-961-3500
313-237-3257
313-961-3500
313-965-4314


Box Office Hours:
Non-performance weeks:
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

Performance weeks:

10 a.m. until show time, except on Saturday and Sundays, when the Ticket Office will open two hours prior to curtain time. Weekend hours vary, so please call the box office at 313-237-SING for hours. 

Handicap Accessibility:

Accessible seating for patrons in wheelchairs is available in on the orchestra level. When inquiring about tickets, please call Kim Gray at (313) 961-3500 x3216 and ask about these locations if you require special accommodations.

Photography, Recording & Communications Devices 
Unauthorized cameras and recording devices are not allowed inside the lobby or theater at any time. Taking photographs of the theater or any performance is strictly prohibited. As a courtesy to our guests, we ask that all paging devices, cellular telephones and alarm watches be switched to silent mode prior to the start of all performances.

Children 
Children are welcome, however, all guests are required to hold a ticket, regardless of age. Babes in arms are not permitted.

Services 
Concession stands are located on all levels. Please note that food and drinks may not be allowed in the auditorium. Check with concession stand personnel or an usher to find out if food or drink is allowed in the theater for that performance. Coat Check is located at the Guest Services desk, in the Vincent Lobby (Madison Street side). Cost is $2.00 per coat. Please note that the Detroit Opera House does not accept responsibility for any personal articles that are not checked at the coat check. A public pay phone is located near the third floor ladies’ restroom. Take the elevator to “3R” and turn to the left. The pay phone is wheelchair accessible.

Late Seating 
Latecomers will be seated only during an appropriate pause in the program. Late seating policies are at the discretion of the production, not Opera House management.