This historical theatre built in 1927 sits in the heart of downtown Saginaw, MI. With a rich history as a Butterfield theatre with special events. In 2002 Temple Theatre went under a $7 million restoration and serves as the home to Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, Saginaw Choral Society, Saginaw Valley Concert Association, and the Temple Theatre Organ Club, which performs on the Temple Theatre's original Barton Organ (one of twelve that are still left) before most shows. The Temple Theatre now programs classic movies, national comedians, national traveling off Broadway shows, national music concerts,and national travel play productions. Not only does the temple theatre have a theatre that seats 1750 people but adjoined to the theatre are event rooms which contains a grand ballroom, premier room, leopard lounge, and a commercial kitchen, which can all be rented out for your special occasions.