Miranda Roszkowski
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  • Swansea, London
  • United Kingdom
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What I do:
Write and shout
A little more about me:
Oh it's been a long time since I was on the community site! Good to see you all again. I am a writer, storyteller and actress, originally from Swansea, now based in between home and London. I write short fiction and plays and am currently doing an MA in Creative Writing at Birkbeck Uni in London. Very excited to have my play 'Forest Boy' performed by Dirty Protest this autumn. I trained as an actor at East 15, but in the last few years most of my performance is of my own work and as a storyteller. I like awkward stories best. I have just got back from Berlin, where I was working in voice over and reading the news for six months. Back to reality!
Projects I’m working on:
Thrilled to be a part of Dirty Gifted and Welsh; short stories for my MA; Britain's first "Social Muscle Club" in Bristol; anything I'm asked..
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Flowers in the Dirty (gifted and welsh)

I submitted my script for Dirty Gifted and Welsh broken and bleeding. Not just emotionally.

During the course of writing 'Forest Boy' I sprained my ankle in a freak (drunken) accident (moment of idiocy).

That slowed me down alright.

As a result, I started to take an evangelical interest in the horticultural activities of my neighbours.

Every day, in one of my neighbour's windows, I would see a cloth Pierrot doll, slumped into the corner. He would always be in a… Continue

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At 3:32 on April 25, 2012, Helen Green said…

Hello Miranda

Anvil Productions are still lookingfor the right person to play Viola in our Outdoor summer Shakespeare Tour of Twelfth Night - 14th June-14th July

Rehearsals are mid/lat May

If you are interested please get in touch asap.

Thanks, Helen


At 10:33 on December 17, 2009, Matthew Bulgo said…
Hey lovely.
It is going well, thank you. I have a natty little Victorian moustache and everything. Let me know if you can make it along and we must grab a drinky afterwards.
How goes it with you? Sorry didn't make R & J? Heard great things from the students though. You home for Xmas? I have 4 days off and would love to see you if you're about...

At 3:32 on December 9, 2009, Catherine Paskell said…
Hi Miranda, thanks for your message, if you are interesting in casting opportunities, please check that you have your email settings on this account on the social network all set up correctly so that when messages are posted in the ACTORS group, you receive email notifications. The casting policy has been in the actors group for quite a while now, and we have posted all the info about our current casting opportunities in that same group; what the roles are, how to apply etc... Thanks! x
At 3:24 on December 9, 2009, Robert Hopkins said…
Free for a drink you mean? Just let me know which day your back and when your free and then we'll hit the bars!!!x
At 3:15 on December 9, 2009, Robert Hopkins said…
Hiya! Yeah good thanks. Did a lunchtime thing with Fluellen after 'R&J' which was an 'experience' and just doing bar work for christmas now so happy days! Yeah definately up for a christmas cocktail! Will have to get James, Dan and Huw on the case too. Anyway stay safe girl speak to you under some tinsel!x
At 2:48 on October 27, 2009, Catherine Paskell said…
Hi Miranda, welcome to National Theatre Wales! Great to see you on here and hear about what you've been up to and what your passions for theatre are! I'm just wondering if there's a particular angle/type of Classic play you are really the most interested in? It's always interesting to know! Thanks for replying to the Introduce Yourself forum and please keep in touch x

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