The oldest theater in Michigan’s new look

. May 3, 2017.

After a yearlong renovation, The Croswell Opera House in downtown Adrian is reopening its doors. Jere Righter, artistic director, said the renovations were aimed at making the theater, built in 1921, viable as a 21st-century producing theater while preserving its historic character. Changes include a the addition of a second, studio theater, new public spaces, updated lighting, electrical and sound equipment, among others. Croswell reopens on Saturday, May 6 with a concert by the vocal quartet Under the Streetlamp, with a reopening celebration at 8pm on Saturday May 6 and at 3pm on Sunday, May 7. $25-$100. 129 E. Maumee St., Adrian. 517-264-7469.