Miranda Craigwell is a writer for stage and screen, as well as an actress. She attended Brown University where she graduated with a B.A. in literature and cultures in English, after which she traveled to London to study Eighteenth century female letter writers and epistolary theory. While abroad, she began performing her written work in Slam poetry competitions at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Theatre Royal Stratford, and other venues before being named the Farrago Central London Slam Poet Champion in 2005. In 2007, Ms. Craigwell received a Master’s degree with Distinction from Rose Bruford College of Drama for both acting and playwriting. She was a recipient of the Huntington Theatre Playwriting Fellowship (2010-2012) and had her newest play, Shelter, read as part of the Ground Breaking reading series. She is a writer, director, and producer for the Boston-based Production Company, Beyond Measure Productions and is thrilled to be participating in the Theatre Commons inaugural season as a producer.