What people are saying about the Miller Theater restoration, past, present and future.
More Miller Theater Related News Coverage
In January 2017, The Metro Spirit published an article about the Miller Theater restoration project and gave an update on the construction progress.
In January 2017, WJBF NewsChannel 6 featured a story with a behind-the-scenes look at the construction and restoration process.
In December 2016, the Augusta Chronicle published an article about the removal and restoration of the historic Miller Theater marquee.
In August 2016, WJBF NewsChannel 6 featured a story that highlighted the beginning of the major construction phase of the Miller Theater restoration project.
In October 2015, FOX54 featured a news story about Augusta residents getting a chance to see new Miller Theater design plans at the Fox Theatre Revival Tour street party.
In September 2013, NBC26 featured a news story about the Miller and the Morris Museum of Art in a collaborative project to encourage the public to capture smartphone photos of the historic theater and submit for display.
Dr. LeeAnn Caldwell authored a comprehensive article about Frank Miller and his amazing theater. It was featured in the August 2013 edition of Augusta Magazine.
Many memories and photos are also posted on the Miller fan page on Facebook, found here: https://www.facebook.com/millertheater
In July 2013, the Miller Team conducted an “Open Call” event, asking the public to bring by mementos and photos for scanning and archiving. WJBF did a story on the event.
In May 2013 Congressman Barrow’s office announced the winner of the 2013 Congressional Art Competition, Lillian Brisson of Greenbrier High School, who presented an image from the historic theater. On a related note, Congressman Barrow toured the theater in February 2013 and expressed support of the project.
In November 2012, the Augusta Photography Festival included the Miller Theater in their tour of spaces.
In October 2012, WRDW News12 featured a story about the Miller project and the potential impact on downtown.
In June 2012, the Augusta Chronicle presented a story about the plans revealed by Symphony Orchestra Augusta to bring the theater back to life.