Miranda Jo is a singer, actress, and dancer based in NYC. Musical theater began early on when Miranda Jo landed her first Regional Equity Theater role as Nagana in South Pacific. From there, she kept on going.
Miranda Jo is incredibly grateful to have booked a 3 episode national t.v. commercial for NBC AT&T www.itcanwait.com. She performed in Tunes in Times Square, AllStar Cabaret, and had her own headlining cabaret at the age of 14 in NYC. She performed as Kelsi Neilsen and Gabriella Montez in Disney's High School Musical On Stage on 42nd Street in NYC. Miranda Jo performed Off Broadway as Regine in Madeline's Christmas and Francesca in the World Premier of Dance Divas based on the book series by Sheryl Berk. She also has stage managed/assisted a number of NYC productions for KOTA and AllStar Kids NYC. One of her summer favorites is being a camp counselor for Shine Theater Arts Project.
Miranda Jo enjoyed a lead role of Georgie in the US premiere of Show and Tell. Prior to that she had a very successful run of the NYMF production of Peace, Love, And Cupcakes as shy girl Lexi. Peace, Love, and Cupcakes continues its anti-bully movement with fundraiser events for NoBully.org around the nation. You may also catch her in episodes of Seventeen Teens for Seventeen Magazine. As well as, episodes of Teensplaining for Parents magazine.
Miranda Jo is also a regular in the NYC Cabaret circuit where you can find her singing in NYC Venues such as 54 Below, Laurie Beechman Theater, Green Room 42, West End Lounge, and the Broadway Comedy Club. She is a proud member of the Broadway Youth Ensemble. Recently, Miranda had performed for virtual fundraiser concerts for Young Broadway Actor News and KOTA. She has appeared in and remains in the KOTA, AllStar Kids NYC, and KidzTheater families. Miranda Jo is also proud to become part of the StarBound Kidz family. She is represented by LTM and Take 3 Talent Agency. Miranda is so proud of her coach and mentor Lindsay Mendez. Miranda values every lesson she learns from Lindsay in the musical theater world and in life. She is currently EMC.
Miranda Jo devotes her spare time as an advocate for the American Cancer Society and has since helped her team raise over $85,000 in memory of her father in 5 years time. She feels it is most fulfilling to sing for a cause, so she has organized and participated in fundraiser concerts. Aside from musical theater, Miranda Jo plays the ukulele, and is learning the bass and piano.
She has a devotion to musical theater and excited to see where this journey takes her. She is beyond grateful for her manager and agency for believing in her.
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"Do I Make You Proud?" Miranda and her Dad Joseph