Power Center

The Power Center

121 Fletcher Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

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The Power Center makes the right fit between the larger Hill Auditorium and the smaller Mendelssohn Theater, to offer a spacious yet intimate setting for student and professional performing art events. The center was built with the financial support of Eugene Power, his wife Sadye and son Philip. The Power Center opened in 1971. Architectural and interior design highlights of the building include two large spiral staircases leading from the orchestra level to the balcony and two hand-woven tapestries. The two tapestries (Modern Tapestry and Volutes) were created by Roy Lictenstein and Pablo Picasso respectively.