Detroit Opera House
The Opera House was among the first of several performance venues built around Detroit's Grand Circus Park. When it opened in 1922, it was the fifth-largest in the world, seating as many as 4,250. It was designed by C. Howard Crane, designer of other Detroit theatres such as The Fillmore Detroit, Fox Theater and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's Orchestra Hall. The Opera House, which has undergone extensive restoration and today seats 2,700, has seen the likes of several greats, including jazz legends Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington.
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