R. Michael Miller designed the Broadway, off-Broadway, Los Angeles, and six other regional productions of Stephen Temperley’s Souvenir, directed by Vivian Matalon. For Circle in the Square on Broadway, he designed Eminent Domain and The Boys in Autumn. For the Shochiku Company in Tokyo, Japan, he designed The Miracle Worker, directed by Terry Schreiber. He has designed scenery for theaters across the country including The Guthrie Theater, The American Conservatory Theater, The Berkshire Theater Festival, The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Syracuse Stage, Virginia Stage Co., The Arizona Theater Co. and others. Miller has a long association with George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, recently designing Circle Mirror Transformation and [title of show]. He was the U.S. Associate Designer for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love, designed by Maria Bjornson. Miller has assisted on several productions for the American Ballet Theater and the Metropolitan Opera House. He was an assistant art director on the feature films Falling in Love, Shadows and Fog, and Bullets Over Broadway” Miller has an MFA degree from the University of Washington and is a member of United Scenic Artists, Local 829.
In 2007, Miller’s designs were featured in an exhibition at SUNY Brockport called Setting the Stage: The Art of Theatrical Design.