Souvenirs celebrating the Miller Project are available by contacting our Miller Marketing Co-Chair Angela Maskey 706 650 3203 or email@example.com. You may also mail your donation, payable to Miller, LLC to the Symphony Orchestra Augusta office at P. O. Box 579 Augusta, GA 30903. Limited Edition Miller Souvenir TShirts are available for a suggested $20 donation.… Continue reading Souvenirs
In honor of our Public Launch event, aka “Miller’s Time to Shine”, we are offering some super-cool prizes that you can win, just for sharing your contact information with us. We would like to stay in touch with you as the project develops, and keep you informed of our progress and opportunities. Prizes Include: Miller… Continue reading Register to Win!
Show your support of the Miller project by displaying this cool bag with Miller logo. Bags are available for a suggested $20 donation with all proceeds going to the cause. Bag is a classic design “Top Sail Cotton Boat Tote” with a shape that is great for outdoor events. Open main compartment. Front pocket. Unique contrast handle treatment. 13″… Continue reading Miller Tote Bag
Show your support of the Miller project by displaying this powerful piece painted by local artist Margaret Ann Smith. Posters are available for a suggested $15 donation with all proceeds going to the cause. Also available are the poster with a mat already included (suggested $25 donation) or a signed poster (limited to 50) for… Continue reading Miller Art Poster
Lost In Sound Miller Theater Event Acoustic Check event at Miller, Photos by Blake Pierson
Volunteers for the Miller and the staff of Symphony Orchestra Augusta have been working since 2008 to make sure that the process of reviving this historic building was filled with thoughtfulness and respect. After several years of due diligence and study, they embarked on a campaign of planning, fundraising and networking. Along the way, they… Continue reading Welcome to the Project!
Miller’s Opening Night is the story of a little mouse family who lives in an old abandoned theater in Augusta, Georgia. It’s a story of dreams, aspirations, and possibilities. Anyone — young or old — will relate to the characters in this tale. A most interesting feature of the book is that it’s based on… Continue reading Children’s Book about the Miller
Frederica von Stade’s impressive career began with the Metropolitan Opera in 1970 and includes such honors as a performance at the inauguration of Jimmy Carter and at the 50th Presidential Inaugural Gala, before the second inauguration of Ronald Reagan. In addition to opera, von Stade has also performed in many musicals. She has made over… Continue reading Frederica von Stade
I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed being a part of the Miller scene during Arts in the Heart 2014! I am so, so thankful to Brenda Durant for extending the border, because it made a HUGE difference compared to last year’s attendance. I was there last year, I believe, also on a… Continue reading Elizabeth Campbell
Since 1940 the Miller has played an important role in Augusta’s entertainment history. But you have to go back a long way to discover when Augusta’s theater life first began. It was in 1798 that Augusta’s first theater was built on the banks of the Savannah River at 4th Street. After it burned in 1833… Continue reading Levi Hill IV