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She first stepped on stage at 10 years old in a Children's Theatre Workshop production of "Winnie the Pooh" and opted to expand the experience by writing and directing an improvised version of "Pooh" with a friend.
The duo performed their original production at Philadelphia's Free Library.
The sweltering heat made things kind of miserable, but the ex-Jealous Girlfriends singer stayed cool with mellow opener “Waves” before testing the waters with eight new tunes from her upcoming album.
Yes — Miranda announced last night that she and her compadres, (including TV On The Radio’s Dave Sitek), have finally finished recording her new full-length, although the release date is TBD.
She was definitely hot(t) under those flaming stage lights — (Kate Moennig is a lucky lady) — but there was nothing messy about her performance.
Thankfully, a little uptempo dance-pop was worked into the set on “Whatever You Want” and “Pelican Rapids”, which utilized a drum machine and some very effective horn hits that enhanced the rhythm section even further.
Those horn players could really toot — and they paid their dues on “Heavy Heart” and “Desert Call” especially, channeling the double sparkle of Lisa Simpson and Bill Clinton on some expressive trumpet and sax oing that received the most applause of the night.
She continued doing school productions before moving to New York and entering the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Within two months of graduation, she landed an apprenticeship at the prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival and acquired a wealth of experience working behind the scenes.