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Detroit Repertory Theatre

The Detroit Repertory Theatre is the oldest alternative professional theater in Michigan. The theater produces four major productions each year. Each production runs approximately eight weeks and is performed six times per week. The Repertory gives 180 or more performances a year. In the last two seasons, the Rep totaled slightly over 60,000 admissions.

The Rep seats 194 and operates under an Actors’ Equity Association Small Professional Theatre contract. The Repertory owns its theater and two other buildings. The two auxiliary buildings house backup facilities that include scene shop, costume shop, design and photographic studios, print shop, and necessary rehearsal and instructional space.

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Performance address:

13103 Woodrow Wilson
Detroit, MI 48238

Theater phone:

313-868-1347

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