Royal Oak Music Theatre

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Royal Oak Music Theatre
Address 318 W. Fourth Street
City Royal Oak, Michigan
Country United States
Coordinates 42°29′14″N 83°08′51″W / 42.4873°N 83.1474°W / 42.4873; -83.1474Coordinates: 42°29′14″N 83°08′51″W / 42.4873°N 83.1474°W / 42.4873; -83.1474
Owned by Worldwide Entertainment, LLC
Operated by AEG Live
Capacity 1700
Opened 1928
Current use music venue

The Royal Oak Music Theatre is a music venue theatre, located at 318 W. Fourth Street, Royal Oak, Michigan. It was built as a vaudeville theatre and opened in 1928.[1]

History and usage[edit]

The theatre was opened in 1928, by entrepreneur John H. Kunsky. Originally opening to serve as a movie theatre, in 1978, live music and comedy were added to regular programming.[1] It was privately owned until being purchased in 2004 by Worldwide Entertainment, LLC, then Off Broadway and musicals were brought as forms of entertainment into the venue. AEG Live began operating the theatre in 2007.[2]


There are 3 set ups available at the theater with a maximum capacity of 1700; general admission, cabaret, and theatre. General admission holds up to 1700 patrons, cabaret holds 782, seating 562 on the main floor and 200 in the mezzanine, and the theatre set up holds 1000, 718 on the floor and 282 in the mezzanine.[3]

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