Miriam graduated from Brown with a BA in East Asian Studies/ Chinese Language and Literature and stayed on to complete her MFA in Acting at the Brown/Trinity Consortium.
Recent credits with the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington DC include the world premiere of David Ives' adaptation of The Liar (directed by Michael Kahn); As You Like It (directed by Maria Aitken); and The Dog In the Manger (directed by Jonathan Munby for which Miriam received a 2009 Helen Hayes Nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress). This fall Miriam will play Helena in Michael Kahn's production of All's Well That Ends Well.
Other credits include: Hamlet (NYSF/Public Theater, directed by Oskar Eustis); The Love Course (Acorn Theater with Harris Yulin and Maria Tucci); Solveig in Peer Gynt (world premiere adaptation by Robert Bly starring Mark Rylance and directed by Tim Carroll); Hennie in Arena Stage’s production of Awake and Sing! (directed by Arena Stage’s founder Zelda Fichandler);The Calamity of Kat Kat and Willie (directed by Consortium grad Heath Cullens, written by consortium grad Emily Young) and the world premiere of Bone Portraits by Brown MFA Playwright Deborah Stein (EST/Stillpoint); As You Like It (Folger Theatre); and Syncopation (Triad Stage). This summer Miriam will play Lucrezia in Ellen McLaughlin's new play Septimus and Clarissa (Red Bull/RipeTime).
Trinity Rep credits include the world premiere of Laura Schellhardt's Shapeshifter, Suddenly Last Summer (Catherine), The Seagull (Nina), The Henriad (Poins, Douglas, MacMorris,), The Buz’Gem Blues (Summer), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Titania), The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Julia), Songs of Innocence, Songs of Experience, Annie, and Peter Pan.