The Menominee Opera House resides in the heart of the Historic Waterfront District in Menominee, Michigan. Originally built in 1902, it was severely damaged by fire in the winter of 1950. Today, there is a major effort in progress to restore this magnificent building which was at one time the pride of the city. Planned renovations will also modernize the facility in order to make it fully operational once again.
If you would like to donate or become a volunteer, please contact us. You can also support the Menominee Opera House renovation project by becoming a member and financial supporter. Please contact us to learn more.
A member of the “You know you’re from Menominee when…” Facebook group recently posted an image of a historic Menominee Opera House performance poster that her sister had discovered at an auction. She posted a picture of the piece to the group with the hope of simply determining the year from which it had originated. […]
The inaugural Theatre in the Ruin event that took place last fall inside the historic Menominee Opera House was deemed a success. As you may know, it was the first time that a scheduled performance had taken place in the building in over 70 years. However, future events have been temporarily placed on hold. At […]