Miller Outdoor Theatre

Arts & Culture

Houston’s Miller Outdoor Theatre raising money for upgrades as it starts 100th anniversary season

Posted on · The free entertainment venue in Hermann Park, which starts its 2023 season this Friday, has launched a $12.5 million capital campaign for renovations and improvements.

The Arts In Houston

Houston Ballet’s 1st In-Person Performance In A Year Was Emotional For Audience And Performers

Posted on · After being cancelled during the COVID-19 pandemic, the performing arts are cautiously returning to Houston. The latest example is the Houston Ballet, which returned to live dance earlier this month – with a performance that was powerful both on and off stage.

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Cissy Segall Davis Chats About All Things Miller Outdoor Theatre And Artist Felipe Lopez Talks About His Exhibit, “The Want In My Nature”

Posted on · Find out what makes Miller Theatre the “crown jewel” of Houston’s public performance venues, and hear how a Houston artist brings elements of his childhood, fatherhood and nature into his artwork.

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Democratic Convention Wrap-Up: Friday’s Show (July 29, 2016)

Posted on · The 2016 Democratic National Convention concluded last night, with Hillary Clinton accepting her party's nomination for President. On this edition of Houston Matters, we talk with Texas Public Radio's Ryan Poppe, who has been reporting this week from the convention in Philadelphia. We discuss the impact the Texas delegation had on events this week. We […]

Houston Matters

Dost Thou Heareth Shakespeare in Houston?

Posted on · For almost 40 years, the Houston Shakespeare Festival has been bringing the love of Iambic pentameter and 400-year old drama to the Miller Outdoor Theatre. This year’s nine-day run, from July 31st to August 9th, features Macbeth and The Merchant of Venice in repertory. Paige Phelps headed to rehearsals on the University of Houston campus […]