University of Michigan may make use of the Capitol Theatre
FLINT, MI — The University of Michigan-Flint is exploring utilizing the long closed Capitol Theatre for its music program. It may cost up to $40 million to renovate the theater and make it a community asset.
The C.S. Mott Foundation is paying for a $50,000 feasibility study. Additional details can be found in the Flint Journal
On a side note, the theater’s owner George Farah died Sunday, February 1 at age 73. The Flint Journal obit is here.