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My husband and I, who are middle aged (yes this is relevant), attended Frankie Valli's show at the Auditorium on November 3.
The theatre is very historic and beautiful, and we loved it (and the show - Frankie is 84 and still a very hard...More
I have attended several ballets (mostly Joffrey Nutcracker) at the Auditorium. This is a history lover's dream. Wood worn smooth wear arms have rested, carpeting a little worn wear shoes have trod, monofilament lightbulbs galore, a glorious creak in the floors. The lobby area is...More
My wife and I visited to see Swan Lake and this was my second visit (first time was Frank Zappa decades ago).
I love old buildings and this old theatre is no exception. From the lobby area to the main hall / stage, it’s in...More
Beautiful theatre and performance we throughly enjoyed. However, the theatre was just WAY too warm.
At first, I thought it was just us, but then we heard the couple behind us comment as well regarding the excessive heat.
We were seated upstairs. Perhaps this is...More
This is a very historic building, and there is a lot to see and hear about. The tour guide we had though, did NOT want any questions asked. Indeed, she never said 'any questions?' and when someone DID try to ask a question, by saying...More
This theater was built by historic architect Louis Sullivan and engineer Dankmar Adler. There is not a bad seat in this large theater. The sight lines are unbelievable and the acoustics are fantastic. We go here for Broadway plays as well as viewing dance companies.
If you get a chance to see a show here, you'll get a two for one. A show and a showpiece. This theater is one of my favorite. The sight lines are fantastic even from the top levels. The decor is fabulous along with the...More
We had a great evening watching The Color Purple. The play was everything and more than I thought it would. The theatre is in an odd location, i had to check my ticket twice to make sure this was the correct place. Once we arrive...More
AuditoriumTheatre, Public Relations Manager at Auditorium Theatre, responded to this reviewResponded July 21, 2018
Hi Kathi M. Thank you for visiting and for taking time to review us. We value your feedback on the facilities, thank you for letting us know which of our seats needs attention, we will get someone to correct it immediately. We will also take...More
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It's a couple blocks east of State Street. Macy's, Target, the shops in Block 37 at 108 N. State St. and other chain stores. There are restaurants along Michigan Ave, such as 7 Lions (not great in my opinion but close... More
It's a couple blocks east of State Street. Macy's, Target, the shops in Block 37 at 108 N. State St. and other chain stores. There are restaurants along Michigan Ave, such as 7 Lions (not great in my opinion but close); Tesori on E. Adams, The Gage, Acanto, Shake Shack and Le Pain Quotidien, all on Michigan Ave. There's also Latinicity in the Block 37 building.