UPCOMING EVENTS

In what’s become a new holiday tradition for many family and friends, the Squirrel Nut Zippers Holiday Caravan Tour makes its return this winter!
The Squirrel Nut Zippers most recent album: Lost Songs of Doc Souchon debuted in late 2020. “This new album was inspired by all of the mysterious characters from the history of New Orleans jazz music,” commented band leader Jimbo Mathus.   “It speaks to the hidden roots of where our aesthetic, interests and philosophy comes from.  It pulls on the hidden thread.”  The album will make its debut on vinyl later this year.  

Sunday, December 5, 2021 at 3PM

David Benoit is a Grammy-nominated American jazz pianist, composer and producer. David is headed out on the road with his Christmas Tribute to A Charlie Brown Christmas! Join us for a special night right before the holidays.


News

Miller Center Box Office is Open to Phone Orders

No In-Person - Phone Only: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10AM – 2PM.

If you have any questions please contact us at millercenter@racc.edu or by phone at 610-607-6270.


COVID-19 Update: due to changes in the college mask mandate, the Miller Center for the Arts requires that masks are worn in the building for all upcoming events until further notice.

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ABOUT THE MILLER CENTER

The Miller Center for the Arts, located on the campus of Reading Area Community College, has become an anchor in the city of Reading's cultural landscape. Our 509-seat theatre offers quality programming for all ages and interests. Whether you would like to see modern dance, improve comedy or a children's show, the Miller Center has something for everyone.

Some of the more prominent acts that have appeared at the Miller Center include David Sedaris, Judy Collins, New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players, Phildanco and the Flying Karamazov Brothers. Please view our full list of shows for more details on the current season.

Along with performances, the Miller Center also hosts community events and is available for rental. For more information on how we can accommodate your event, please contact us.

Donations

Thousands of people each year participate in and attend Miller Center programs.  Visiting artists from across the country and around the world bring meaningful experiences to underserved populations including at-risk and economically compromised youth and families, charitable organizations and local arts partners.  Contributions help underwrite these activities and support our operations, but the COVID19 pandemic has doubly impacted the arts and culture sector - the Miller Center included. Your contribution at this time is particularly crucial.