Miranda Rose Hall is a playwright from Baltimore, MD. She has developed her work with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, The Playwright's Realm, New York Theater Workshop, Baltimore Center Stage, Woolly Mammoth, NNPN National Showcase of New Plays, the Kennedy Center/NNPN MFA Playwrights Festival, Orlando Shakespeare Theater, and the Orchard Project. She has produced her work with Long Acre Lea for the DC Women's Voices Theater Festival. She is currently Resident Playwright and ensemble member with LubDub Theatre, a New York-based physical theater company.
Miranda was the 2013-2014 Hot Desk Playwright in Residence at Baltimore Center Stage, where she helped launch the program Wright Right Now. She currently teaches at Georgetown University, and has also taught as a visiting lecturer at Wesleyan University. She has also worked as a teaching artist with Baltimore Center Stage, Arena Stage, Young Playwrights Theater, and the O'Neill Playwriting Program at Yale. Miranda spent two years with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest, serving marginalized populations in Anchorage, AK and Missoula, MT. She graduated with her BA from Georgetown University and her MFA from the Yale School of Drama.