Dandelion: An Original Musical
August 2019 -- I am so excited to join the cast Dandelion: An Original Musical for its first live concert at Feinstein’s/54 Below! Fresh off its second developmental reading with Ensemble-Atria in NYC, Dandelion promises to bring laughter and tears with this new musical of hope, grief, female power, and the promise of new possibility.
Typed Out: A Princess Cabaret
May 2019 -- I joined Thousand Faced Theatre and their ensemble of Princesses as we brought our celebration of diversity and female empowerment to Feinstein’s/54 Below! The night was filled with generations of all the beloved “Princess” songs, sung by women who challenge the mold and show “Princess” in a new light! Check out the videos tab for my performance!
The Eleventh Hour (Amy Leonardo)
December 2018-- I just finished an 11 week run starring as Amy Leonardo in The Eleventh Hour at Town Stages in NYC. The Eleventh Hour won Best Musical at the 2018 New York Winterfest Theatre Festival and just wrapped up its fourth run in the city. For more information visit www.eleventhhourmusical.com.
"The Eleventh Hour follows Amy Leonardo, played by the wonderfully talented Miranda Luze, an aspiring astrophysicist..." - Stephanie Wild, BroadwayWorld.com
Actor Therapy Showcase (Featured Soloist)
November 2018 - I had the opportunity to perform one of my favorite songs "The Ballad of Sara Berry" from 35MM at Feinstein's 54 Below for Lindsay Mendez and Ryan Scott Oliver's Actor Therapy!
Summer 2018-- I joined the tribe as Leata for sold out and extended performances of HAIR at The Black Box Performing Arts Center of Teaneck. The show received five BroadwayWorld (NJ) nominations including "Best Musical" and "Best Featured Ensemble". For more information about the show check out the article below!
Spring Awakening (Ilse)
This show premiered as apart of Des Moines Onstage's season for a two week run at the Kum n' Go Theatre!
"Miranda Luze’s Ilse is memorable, both for her poise and rich, full voice." -John Busbee, The Culture Buzz
"Among the girls, Miranda Luze as Ilse showed off both impressive pipes and sharp comic instincts." -John Domini, Cityview