Saturday, February 13, 2010



Hi All

I am buzzing with the first weeks of nonstop travel, performing, teaching for 2010! I have already had great adventures at USC, Univ of Texas, Vortex Theater in Austin and a residency at Cal State University Channel Islands! I had a FANTASTIC time in Austin! Great piece on LAY OF THE LAND in Austin's daily paper, The American Statesman.

The first months of touring my new show LAY OF THE LAND have gone great! (First stops on the tour so far l- L.A., Tallahassee, Cleveland Ingenuity Festival, Boston Center for the Arts, S.F. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Chicago Victory Gardens Theater and Alaska's Out North theater! I get around! The "lay of the land" indeed! Next stops are all over Ohio, New Orleans, Colby College in Maine, North Carolina School of the Arts, Virginia Tech, James Madison University and a special residency in Chicago March 15-22!

I am VERY excited to be heading back to my beloved Chicago for a run at the amazing Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago with Lay of the Land for March 15-22.
I will also be doing a week-long performance workshop that will result in a performance March 22
Such a wonderful theater with the added frisson of where John Dillinger was killed! I was obsessed with Dillinger as a child!

The travel season will wind up this summer with a great opportunity for creative vacation! A week-long performance workshop in Provincetown August 23-29! Come get creatively cooking AND sunburned in P-town!

LAY OF THE LAND feels super strong and mega timely in its engagement of marriage equality and the tipping point we are reaching around gay civil rights in this country. Very much the piece I would want to be doing at this juicy time-after marriage equality came to California (only to be snatched away months later) And as this issue races all over the country from, Iowa to the loss of equality in Maine last Fall. Great review in L.A. TIMES!

a video trailer for LAY OF THE LAND!

Great interview in SF Chronicle.

The Los Angeles Times: “Miller's LAY OF THE LAND enters territory as exhilarating as it is meaningful. Miller lays out his unapologetically renegade viewpoint with exemplary economy and sardonic humor. The final apotheosis stands high in Miller's canon, which, together with the overarching relevance, makes "Lay of the Land" a vivid, must-see achievement.”

Jan 12 SF, French American International School
Jan 27 USC Vision and Voices

Jan 29 University of Texas

Jan 29-31 Vortex Theatre, Austin, TX

Feb 8-12 California State Univ Channel Islands

Feb 15-20 Ohio Wesleyan University

Feb 19, 21-22 Kenyon College

March 2-5 Colby College

March 6-13 Ohio University

March 14-22 Chicago, Victory Gardens Theater

April1-3 Kitchen Theatre, Ithaca, NY

April 5-9 N. Carolina School of the Arts

April 12 Virgina Tech

April 13-15 James Madison University

April 28-30 California State Univ, Chico

May 15-18 New Orleans, Marigny Theater, Saints & Sinners Festival
June 2 San Francisco Public Library
August 23-29 Performance Workshop in Provincetown!

See lots of you on my travels!

cheers, Tim
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