The Miller Center staff has created a Homebound Arts & Film Toolkit - you can find our videos with our recommendations on our Facebook page, and a comprehensive list on our Outreach & Community Page.
Red Tail Entertainment is offering a free digital download of their Prehistoric Aquarium Educational Activity Book that brings the creatures in the PREHISTORIC AQUARIUM ADVENTURE to life.
COVID-19 UPDATE: April 7, 2020
Current state and federal restrictions in response to the COVID19 pandemic have caused the Miller Center to temporarily suspend April performances, and it is with much optimism that we look toward the second half of June. All patrons holding tickets for the April date will be automatically switched to the new date, retaining the same seating. If you are unable to attend the show on the new date, we will be happy to issue you credit toward a performance in the 2020-2021 season. We plan to announce the 2020-2021 season in the next few weeks. For ticketing and other patron information, please visit the Patron Information page.
Many thanks for all your support and understanding and we look forward to seeing you in June.
Cathleen Stephen, Director
COVID-19 UPDATE: March 13, 2020
As arts organizations around the country make decisions in the shared effort to curb the spread of COVID19, The Miller Center for the Arts is announcing the cancellations of all events starting with Danu, Friday 13, through the screenings of Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb on Friday, April 17. Patrons holding tickets for any events occurring during this time period will be refunded the cost of their in the method in which purchased with cash sales reimbursed via check.
The safety and health of our audiences, artists and theatre staff remains our highest priority. As the situation around COVID19 evolves, we will continue take precautions as outlined by federal health authorities and state and local officials, to ensure that The Miller Center for the Arts is ready to welcome patrons back after this temporary suspension of shows.
MILLER CENTER RESPONDS TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
In an effort to assuage and protect our patrons and supporters, the Miller Center is taking the following measures to help limit the spread of COVID-19 (otherwise known as Coronavirus):
- Establish hand sanitizer stations throughout the Miller Center facility,
- Provide sanitized wipes for use on armrests, and
- Staff will limit contact with audience members by looking at tickets rather than tearing them.
In turn, Miller Center patrons and supporters are encouraged to:
- Stay home if feeling ill (the Miller Center is happy to exchange your ticket for an event later in the season),
- Wash hands thoroughly and frequently,
- Cough/sneeze into your elbow, and
- Apply hand sanitizer when available.
Miller Center programming and operations will continue as usual unless the City of Reading or Reading Area Community College calls for a state of emergency.