Code of Conduct - Detroit Opera

Thank you for planning a visit to the Detroit Opera House. We look forward to welcoming you to this gorgeous, restored historic Detroit performance venue. Below is some important information and a series of frequently asked questions to help inform your visit.

Above all of our protocols and policies, being respectful and considerate of each other is of the utmost importance. Remember everyone is at the theatre to have a wonderful time. Please ensure your actions do nothing to diminish the experience of others, including staff. If assistance is needed in any way, please do not hesitate to contact an usher or security officer for assistance. Ushers are stationed throughout the building to assist patrons as needed.

There are a variety of amenities located in guest services in the Vincent Lobby for your comfort and use. Wheelchairs, booster seats*, earplugs, assisted listening devices, feminine hygiene products, basic first aid items and more are complimentary and available for your convenience. Coat check is also available. This area is located on the Madison Street side of the building.
*Limited quantity

On occasion, recording and photography are in progress. Entry and presence on the event premises constitutes your consent to be photographed, filmed, and/or otherwise recorded and to the release, publication, exhibition, or reproduction of any and all recorded media for any purpose whatsoever in perpetuity in connection with Detroit Opera and its initiatives. By entering the event premises, you waive and release any claims you may have related to the use of recorded media of you at the event.

Here are the Frequently Asked Questions if more information is needed.

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