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James Hull Miller

James Hull Miller, a graduate of Princeton, combines an academic background in literature and philosophy with many years of actual theatre experience, twelve of which were spent in teaching. Since 1958 he has been a freelance designer and consultant. His field of special interest is the development of a new stagecraft for the theatre which takes the form of freestanding scenery. He has designed numerous open-stage theatres based on this system of stagecraft for colleges, communities, student unions, schools and churches. For many years he maintained a scenic studio, the Arts Lab, in Shreveport, Louisiana, where he gave workshops as well as constructed sets for use in a variety of spaces.

Mr. Miller is a Charter Member of the U.S. Institute for Theatre Technology and in 1978 was named a Fellow of the Institute. He is a Founding Member of the American Society of Theatre Consultants.

Titles By: James Hull Miller

Small Stage Sets on Tour
Self-Supporting Scenery for Children’s Theatre … and Grown-Ups’, Too
Stage Lighting in the Boondocks