Miller Auditorium

Three Classics And Something Kinky Coming to Miller Auditorium
Miller Auditorium has added some great shows to their 2017-2018 season as part of their Zhang Financial Broadway in West Michigan Series.
Kinky Boots - October 2017
Featuring songs by Grammy and Tony winner Cyndi Lauper, this Broadway smash tells the true story that goes from a shoe factory …
Stefani Bishop Broadway Karaoke – Watch This NOW
It's no secret; I love me some theater.  On stage, back stage - you name it, I've been there, done it.  The number of soundtracks in my collection is embarrassing.  I can't dance without throwing out some Fosse moves and saying "Fosse" while doing it..…
Disney in Concert – Alice in Wonderland
The Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, in partnership with Disney, proudly brings you the national premiere of "Disney in Concert – Alice in Wonderland" at Miller Auditorium, April 2nd. It's the full-length 2010 Disney movie, folks, complete with original dialo…
Oh What a Night! Jersey Boys at Miller Delivers (Review)
Gangs, mob ties, burglary, infidelity, prostitutes, grand larceny, drug overdose, the liberal use of the word “f*ck” - sounds like a Tarantino flick, right?  But Tarantino was a wee babe when four guys from Jersey were singing under a street lamp, about to change mus…
Jersey Boys Opens Tuesday at Miller Auditorium
Jersey Boys is the Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Award-winning Best Musical about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi. This is the true story of how four blue-collar kids became one of the greatest successes in pop musi…
Neil deGrasse Tyson Coming to Miller Auditorium
Innovation Arts & Entertainment today announced the company is presenting 10 live multi-media events with astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson in 2016. Dr. Tyson, the host of National Geographic’s StarTalk, best-selling author and Director of the Hayden Planetarium, guides the ship of imaginat…
Thanks for Everything, Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood
I think I was in the Fourth Grade when I discovered Comedy Central.  The channel was still in its infancy, collecting seed money for future projects by rerunning season after season of Kids in the Hall, Mystery Science Theater 3000, and shows from the BBC that my malleable sense of humor slowly…