Most of us are sitting at home right now during these times of uncertainty, and we could use a little something to put a smile on our faces. Miller Outdoor Theatre has launched its “Smiles for Miller” series that brings you videos of some of the best performances to take place on their stage over the years.
Miller Outdoor Theatre is an outdoor theatre in Herman Park that offers an 8-month season of professional entertainment for free. With both covered seating and hillside seating on the neat lawns, fresh air from the little trees around, it’s a true jewel of our city.
While we’re still social distancing, live shows at Miller Outdoor Theatre are postponed, but they want to continue giving shows like no other, this time on their website. And yes, it’s always 100% free.
They’ll be showing several past shows comprising musical theatre, ballet, and a lot more from professional performers and even our kids. And yes, all performances remain family-friendly.
We may have several non-profit theatres in the United States, but none has succeeded in adopting the always-free model like Miller Outdoor Theatre.
To avoid the spread of COVID19, the Miller Theatre Advisory board has canceled all the performances through the end of May, but they’re looking to bring to show to our doorstep, and they’ll need our help.
We encourage everyone who loves Miller Outdoor to support them by subscribing to these free shows and also by considering a donation if you’re in a position to do so. Your donations will assist the theatre in making the show remains free with professional quality.
All canceled shows will be rescheduled for after May, but now, there’s no more information on that; you might have to see their website if you need more details on the later dates. Or follow them on social media for more updates.
As always, we’ll try to keep you updated on all free and exciting experiences around Houston. Make sure got check out other interesting free things you can do while social distancing.
Stay safe, and remember to donate if you can; nothing is too small.