Welcome to the Northville Marquis Theatre!

What We Offer

Take a look at some of of the best ways you can enjoy the Marquis Theatre, and then scroll down to the "Get in Touch" section below to contact us.

Birthday Parties

The Marquis Theatre a great spot to host your child’s next birthday party. Take in one of our kid-friendly shows and celebrate after!


We have a year-round schedule of plays to watch that are both affordable and fun for the whole family! Check out our schedule of upcoming plays here.

Kid’s Camps

Is your child interested in taking up acting? We have you covered! The Marquis Theatre has several acting camps to chose from for all ages and skill levels.

Theatre Rentals

Are you a filmmaker in need of venue for your next film showing? The Marquis Theatre is a beautiful and affordable location to show off your movies in style.

Did You Know?

Exposure to acting at an early age is not only a fun experience, it can have many long-lasting benefits as well. Here's why:
"To be an actor, you have to be a child." -Paul Newman

At its core, acting allows people to engage with their emotions and provides an outlet for self-expression and self-discovery. Perhaps this is why Oscar Wilde once said, “Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.”

This is doubly true for children, who are at a stage in life where personality and self-expression are constantly in flux. By becoming involved in acting, they are given a safe space to explore who they are and how best to represent themselves in a judgment-free zone.

Despite these benefits, fine arts programs around the country continue to experience funding cuts. Take a look at the statistics to the right to see why we should be spending more money on fine arts exposure, not less. For more information on these statistics visit The American Allegiance for Theatre & Education's site.

  • Increased SAT Scores

    Students involved in drama performance coursework or experience outscored non-arts students on the SAT by 10%

  • Public Perception

    93 percent of Americans believe that the arts are essential to a complete education

  • Current Need

    79 percent of Americans consider the issues facing arts education to be significant enough to merit personally taking action.

  • Commitment to Education

    Children who do not participate in the arts are one third as likely to win an award for school attendance as those that do.