EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2021: The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) updated its epidemic order to allow indoor activities where Michiganders can remain masked. Bars and restaurants remain closed to indoor dining, but can be open for outdoor dining, carry-out, and delivery. Night clubs, contact sports (except professional sports), and water parks remain closed. The new order is effective Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021 through Sunday, Jan. 31, 2021. For additional information, please visit michigan.gov.

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Performing Arts & Theaters

Flint & Genesee has a long-standing history in theater and the performing arts. The Flint Community Players was founded in 1929 and local community theaters have been popping up since in places like Fenton, Clio, and Swartz Creek. 

Young actors are fostered through the Flint Repertory Theatre that offers classes and workshops for learners of all ages. Tapology provides tap dance instruction through workshops, historical education, and concert performances that bring together legendary dancers from all over the world. The University of Michigan-Flint trains aspiring actors through the Department of Theatre and Dance, which has produced stage and screen actors, including Erin Darke.

Locals and visitors can see touring stage acts bringing Broadway-quality shows to Flint & Genesee at the Whiting and the Capitol Theatre. From community to professional theater, there is a vibrant performing arts culture in Flint & Genesee.