(EDITOR’S NOTE: We’re working on confirmation, but to all appearances the Maple Art Theatre ceased operations at the end of January 2012. -jm)
Located in the beautiful and upscale Bloomfield Hills area, the Maple Art Theatre has been devoted to specialized film ever since it was built in 1974. Nearly four decades later, the Maple continues to be the place to go in the Detroit area to catch the best in independent and foreign cinema. The three-screen multiplex is within walking distance of several restaurants, serves Great Lakes fair-trade and organic coffee at its concession stands, and was named Best Alternative Movie Theater in Detroit for 2011.
Maple Art Theatre Information
- Public Transportation: Good (accessible by SMART bus lines 275, 445, and 780 at the W. Maple Road/Telegraph Road stops)
- Handicapped Accessible: Yes
- Performances/Programs: Mainstream Hollywood films as well as independent, foreign and documentary titles
- Ticket Prices: General $9.25, matinee $5 (Monday–Friday before 6 p.m., Saturday–Sunday before 2 p.m.), children (under 12), students, and seniors $7.