Get ready for a captivating journey through time and space at Miller Outdoor Theatre’s grand finale event for their 100th-anniversary celebration!
On November 11, dress in your finest Steampunk attire and immerse yourself in a two-hour pre-show extravaganza starting at 5:30 p.m.
This extraordinary evening will transport you through the ages with imaginative machines, eccentric performers, photo installations, live mural painting, and more, culminating in a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration between BELLA GAIA and William Close & The Earth Harp Collective. The main performance begins at 7:30 p.m.
Be sure not to miss this unforgettable event!! Secure your FREE tickets from the Miller Outdoor Theatre website now.
Celebrate Miller 100 Season Finale – A Cosmic Storytelling Experience
This groundbreaking collaboration represents a first-of-its-kind integration between two long-standing stage productions dedicated to giving voice to the planet. Kenji Williams, the visionary behind BELLA GAIA, and William Close, the creator of Earth Harp, are crafting a unified performance that harmoniously blends the enchantment of both shows into a singular, unforgettable experience. With two Earth Harps flanking the stage, the audience will be fully immersed in the sights and sounds of Earth, creating a visual and auditory spectacle like no other.
This cosmic spectacle weaves together music, captivating dance, aerial acrobatics, and NASA satellite imagery to tell a profound tale of our planet’s interconnectedness. Miller Outdoor Theatre’s season finale promises to transport the audience beyond earthly boundaries and share an appreciation for Earth.
When: Saturday, November 11, 2023, 7:30 PM (2 hours) | Pre-show starts 5:30 PM
Where: Miller Outdoor Theatre, 6000 Hermann Park Dr, Houston, TX 77030, United States
How Much: FREE
For more information on tickets and seating, visit the Miller Outdoor Theatre website.
As always, all MOT performances are free and open to the public. The show will proceed rain or shine.
Don’t miss this remarkable journey through time and space, an unforgettable evening of Steampunk splendor and cosmic connection. Mark your calendar for November 11 and be part of this extraordinary celebration!
Miller Outdoor Theatre – 1923 to 2023
Back in May 12, 1923, Miller Outdoor Theatre was dedicated “To the Arts of Music, Poetry, Drama and Oratory”. Its first performance, “Springtime of Our Nation,” was a grand pageant featuring a whopping 2,500 performers. Today, the theatre boasts an impressive eight months of programming with 130 diverse performances that cater to both Houston locals and visitors.
As Miller Outdoor Theatre celebrates its 100th anniversary, Managing Director Cissy Segall Davis reflected on the long journey the venue has taken. While the theatre remains free for the public to enjoy, Davis stressed that maintaining this cultural gem requires more than just love. The Miller Theatre Advisory Board has launched a capital campaign to raise $12.5 million dollars for renovations and improvements to enhance the visitor experience.
Every donation, no matter how big or small, will help achieve the master plan for Miller Outdoor Theatre. As part of the #celebratemiller100 campaign, you can make a $100 contribution to support this historic venue and its future generations of visitors. To donate, visit www.milleroutdoortheatre.com/donate.
About Miller Outdoor Theatre
For 100 years, the Miller Outdoor Theatre has been dedicated to the community as a place to gather, relax, and be entertained.
The unique theater offers eight months of professional entertainment, which is always free. In fact, it is one of the largest “always free” programs in the entire United States. The Miller Outdoor Theatre is funded in part by the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance.
The family-friendly theater features a Covered Seating area, along with Hillside Seating that welcomes blankets and lawn chairs, perfect for dinner and a show.
Both types of seating are free, however, covered seating does require an assigned ticket.
The Miller Outdoor Theatre sits on 7.5 acres of land in Hermann Park, located at 6000 Hermann Park Drive, Houston, Texas.
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