By Samantha de León Miller Outdoor Theatre during a summer symphony night. All photos courtesy of Miller Outdoor Theatre. In February 1969, forty-six years after Miller Outdoor Theatre opened and a year after moving into its new facility, Houston Chronicle fine arts editor Ann Holmes questioned what was next for the outdoor amphitheater. Nestled in […]
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The Spirit of the Houston Shakespeare Festival
By Houston History Magazine on April 26, 2022 in Arts & Culture, Communities, Education, Parks, University of Houston
By Andrew Tello Dean Coutris played Julius Caesar in the 2019 production. The costumes offer a modern-day take on the classic Shakespeare tale. Photo courtesy of Pin Lim. No writer in the English language can lay claim to the fame of William Shakespeare, who has amassed a global fanbase in the four centuries since his […]
Miller Outdoor Theatre: A Uniquely Houston Experience for 87 Years
By Debbie Harwell on December 18, 2010 in Arts & Culture
To view the entire article about the Miller Outdoor Theatre by Debbie Z. Harwell, which appeared in Houston History Volume 7, Number 2, download the pdf version.