Encore Michigan

Riverbank Theatre

Riverbank InteriorThe Riverbank Theatre – just a few blocks down from its sister theater, The Snug – is located in the historic Marine Savings Bank building. With its bank vaults and early 1900s architecture still intact,  theatergoers will feel as though they are stepping back in time. Riverbank accommodates 179 patrons with tiered and box seating and will feature state-of-the-art lighting and sound technology.

We’re selling concessions right out of the original bank vault, located in the Main Lobby. Enjoy a sweet treat, peanuts, coffee or water during intermission.

 

Performance address:

358 S. Water St.
Marine City, MI 48039

Theater phone:

810-278-1749

Box office phone:

810-278-1749

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