Miriam is a Philadelphia native, sometime Melbourne, VIC resident, and committed New Yorker who has worked professionally in film, musical theatre, commercial/print, and the music industry.
In 2012, she wrote, directed, produced, and starred in Mythos, for which she won awards at ITVFest (now Catalyst Content) and the Indie Series Awards. In 2014 she was invited by Backstage.com to teach "How to Produce Your Own Webseries."
In addition to writing for the screen, she has written a choral Renaissance prog-rock musical, a folk-pop song cycle, Comings & Goings, and is currently developing a rock musical featuring the Brontë siblings as a family band.
She was signed to EMI with vocal group Bell'Aria, has done voiceover work (including roles on Pokémon), and currently works in education technology while continuing to perform and write.
She is passionate about diversity, equity, inclusion, and representation in the arts, expanding the scope of musical theatre, and making beautiful, excellent things.
Stephanie is a California native working as an actor and filmmaker in New York City.
She is the co-creator of Project:Girl, a film series working to eliminate shame surrounding the female experience. The series has been featured in the Huffington Post, HOWL Magazine, Babesfest, and was an official selection at ITVFest 2017 (now Catalyst Content). In 2018, she wrote, directed, produced, and starred in Stripped, a pilot presentation, which opened to a successful response at The Wythe Hotel and continued to generate buzz in the 2019 festival circuit.
She is currently developing a limited series based on the lives of The Fox Sisters, and is in pre-production for a new film titled Retrograde.