Favorite Movie: Inglorious Bastards
Favorite Play: Inherit The Wind or Hamlet
Biggest Pet Peeve: using “your” instead of “you’re” (bad grammar is unattractive)
Biggest Fear: Blood or Bugs or Bloody Bugs or Buggy Blood
Yo- It's me, Miranda.
I eat tomatoes like they're apples
& chug milkshakes like they're water.
I make a fool of myself like it's a prestigious art form
& make people laugh like it's my 9 to 5.
I ride the subway like a roller coaster
& run from pigeons like they're locus.
I talk to people like it's an investigation
& listen to them the way Siri does.
I write like it's my purpose
& live life like it's my vision statement.
What Miranda has written for PXP:
The icons…the legends….LAUREN LOPEZ and THE TIN CAN BROSSSS!
“We are dumbasses.”
"I see m&m's and I don't have cas. Boo hoo."
I wish John Legend touched my hand. I wouldn’t wash that pair of fingers for a year.
When I was younger, I wanted to be a therapist. I knew I’d be good at it. I loved listening, observing, analyzing, interpreting, and most importantly I loved helping people find solutions and solace in their pain.
When a forced to be famous Koala goes rouge from his TV show and locks himself in a motel room- his agent, co-star, wrangler, and hype man all try to knock some sense back into him. This fails- but hilarity & insanity ensues. Cocaine & hookers very much included.
Learning about how women come together and fight a system that was created to ensure they’d be the ‘weaker sex’ always gets me so pumped up.
The play was really wacky, honestly - maybe because of the literal toilet onstage that the main character used throughout, or the remote controlled set causing doors or windows to open at random...
The musical moved forward following Dr. Frankenstein's abundance of horrible decisions including staying quiet while his wife's maid was unjustly hung. Yes, they did show a hanging onstage.