Derek Lee Miller is an actor, puppeteer, writer, designer, builder and musician (basically, he'll do anything to make a buck). He is a founding ensemble member of Transatlantic Love Affair.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller April 19, 2016
by Derek Lee Miller April 12, 2016
What universally-loved thing can we hate today?
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller April 4, 2016
It's worth a fight through illness to share the world's theater news.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller March 29, 2016
The world of theater makes me mad, so let's just do the local of theater.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller March 22, 2016
The biggest, strangest live TV musical yet, and other news that is only slightly less strange.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller March 15, 2016
Actors fire back against the unfiltered responses of the audience. Also, a list of actual good things to feel happy about.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller March 7, 2016
Also, there's some Trump in here. You guys are fascinated by Trump, right?
by Derek Lee Miller February 29, 2016
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller February 23, 2016
Get to work, but watch your digital defenses.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller February 16, 2016
The Twin Cities is suddenly awash with new small performance spaces; plus, the latest in copyright disputes and being black in theater.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller February 9, 2016
This week's News and Notes attacks the big topics: ethics, the purpose of art, and how to act like a copyright a$$hole.
Blog post by Derek Lee Miller February 2, 2016
Banning reviewers, writing under a pseudonym and other inadvisable tactics.