Miranda is excited to be integrated in the Seattle community as a writer, teacher, and student. Having spent two years studying dance at the University of Oregon, she is now a BFA candidate in the Cornish College of the Arts dance program and aims to concentrate in modern performance, education, and dance critique upon graduation. Miranda teaches creative ballet, tap, and modern intermittently, but is currently focusing on her own education as it pertains to movement and written composition. An immense passion for prose, literature, and spoken word poetry has led Miranda to write and perform original works in both Eugene and Seattle, and she is thrilled to be uniting her two passions as a staff member on SeattleDances writing team.
This weekend, the University of Washington Dance Faculty Concert showcased its undergraduates in an eclectic range of choreography performed at Seattle’s Meany Hall for enthusiastic… Read More »UW Undergrads Impress in Faculty Concert
In an epic collaborative trio composed of cellist, dancer, and actor, the performers of This Is Not A Table For Three stunned a modest audience… Read More »Collaboration Makes its Mark at This Is Not A Table For Three