Marisol Miranda

Actor | Writer | Producer

AFI Directing Workshop for Women  -- Semi-finalist, VIDA  

November 2017 -- My episodic series VIDA  has been selected as a semi-finalist for the American Film Institute Directing Workshop for Women, 2019. 

The AFI Directing Workshop for Women (DWW) is committed to educating and mentoring female filmmakers to increase the number of women working professionally as directors and showrunners in film and television.


Sundance Institute Youtube New Voices Lab 2017 -- Finalist, VIDA

June 2017 -- My episodic series VIDA  has been selected as a finalist for the Sundance Institute Youtube New Voices Lab 2017.  


52nd Street Project, 2016 Warehame, MA One-on-Ones

August 2016 -- 10 short plays featuring Project member Kids and their Adult volunteers on stage together.

Friday, August 19 @ 7:30pm
Saturday, August 20 @ 7:30pm
Sunday, August 21 @ 3:00pm

Tickets are FREE.  Reservations highly recommended.  

The Five Angels Theater
789 10th Ave , 2 flr
(btwn 52/53rd St)


SPACE on Ryder Farm 2016 Working Farm -- Semi-finalist

March 2016 -- Untitled Boob Play is a semi-finalist for the SPACE on Ryder Farm’s 2016 Working Farm playwrights group. 

O'Neill National Playwrights Conference 2016 -- Semi-finalist

January 2016 -- Untitled Boob Play is a semi-finalist for the 2016  National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center.

Untitled Boob Play

September 2015 -- Untitled Boob Play received it's first roundtable reading at the Lark Play Development Center


Co-writer (with José Rivera) of short film Mask, to be directed by Shekhar Kapur.  A segment of the ensemble movie Berlin, I Love You. 

"Berlin, I Love You is a sequel to the Cities of Love series, where 10 internationally acclaimed directors tell stories about a chosen city and about love.  The series includes the films Paris, je t'aime in 2006, New York, I Love You in 2009 and Rio, Eu Te Amo in 2014." - THR

Untitled Boob Play

Maritza is the rookie amongst a crew of cocktail waitresses working at a New York City nightclub.   Maritza pays her dues and works the shitty shifts in the shitty sections with the hope of one day making the quick money everyone around her is  making.   A Friday night shift takes a turn when Maritza is accused of stealing just hours after getting word that her mother is sick and unable to care for herself.   Her four co-workers -- Keren, Olivia, Jordan and Janet, the bathroom attendant, help Maritza battle the subtle injustices and quiet cruelty of this glittery dog-eat-dog jungle.   What of herself is Maritza willing to sacrifice, or honor, in order to make it through the night?


New Untitled Play about the unlikely friendship between a prison nurse and inmate.

3rd Annual One-Minute Play Festival of Latina/o Voice

My plays Less Than a Breath  and Ebola, Ma were performed at the Annual One-Minute Play Festival of Latina/o Voices.

Less Than a Breath 
Directed by Dominic D'Andrea
Performed by Rosa Chapa & Robert Ramos

 Ebola, Ma
Directed by Alfredo Narciso
Performed by Ashley Marie Ortiz, Ricky Valdez, Paloma Muñoz, Julio Trinidad, Stephen Velasquez, Marisela Gonzalez

Current member of José Rivera's writing group