Miller Staff Profile: Clayton Dusendang

Name: Clayton Dusendangimg_3547

Title: Marketing Assistant

Years at Miller Auditorium: Coming up on his one year anniversary next month.

Hobbies: Graphic design, blogging, scrolling through Twitter and travel.

Favorite Miller Shows: The first show I ever saw at Miller was Wicked back in 2013. “Defying Gravity” left me with goosebumps. Little did I know that two years later I’d be actually working here contributing to the magic that happens on stage. One of my other favorites to take the Miller stage was Once.

One of the craziest experiences you’ve had while at Miller: Getting to meet Neil deGrasse Tyson. He was a pleasant man and treated all of his fans with much respect during the meet and greet. Also, the guy is pretty funny!

-Compiled by Bethany Gauthier

Hello! Don’t Miss The Book of Mormon!

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The Book of Mormon comes to Miller Auditorium Oct. 18-23

By: Jimmy Brand


My friends, the time has finally come. The Book of Mormon will be gracing the stage of Miller Auditorium starting Tuesday, Oct. 18 and will be ringing doorbells here until Sunday, Oct. 23. With eight chances to catch the nine-time Tony Award winning musical, I believe you would be daft to miss this opportunity.

The New York Times calls it “The best musical of this century!” The Washington Post says, “It is the kind of evening that restores your faith in musicals.” And Entertainment Weekly says, “Grade A: The funniest musical of all time!”

Take a look for yourself by visiting and The Book of Mormon YouTube channel:

Tickets are available at the Miller Auditorium Ticket Office by phone at (269) 387-2300 and 24/7 online. The Book of Mormon contains explicit language.

We’ll look forward to saying “Hello!” to you at The Book of Mormon at Miller Auditorium.

Just Added: Postmodern Jukebox


By: Thom Cooper

Hey, there!

So we have been sitting on a little secret here at Miller and are happy to share the news:  Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox is coming to town!  PMJ are a YouTube smash that have had over 500 million total views. Here are just a few of their videos to get you started.

What they do is take contemporary pop music and rework them into vintage genres.  A couple of my personal favorites are Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” and Hanson’s “MMMbop” done with a 50’s doo wop twist.  Being a huge lover of Christmas music, I also really enjoy the Andrews Sisters-esque spin on Wham’s “Last Christmas.” To learn more and check out all their videos, visit

If you like to hear new takes on favorite songs, come check out Postmodern Jukebox.  They’ll be here, at Miller Auditorium, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017 at 8 p.m. Tickets go on sale on Nov. 11 and there will be a special Miller e-club presale on Nov. 7.