Miranda Michalowski

Miranda Michalowski

Miranda Michalowski (she/her) is a multidisciplinary writer and performer living on Gadigal Land who is passionate about creating female-driven and queer work. In 2021, Miranda graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a BA in Writing and Theatre Studies. In the same year, she took part in an ATYP class led by Lachlan Philpott, where she began writing her
debut play Young Bodies/Somebody’s. She was then selected as one of 20 young writers from across Australia for the ATYP National Studio, where she met her current mentor: playwright Lewis Treston. In early 2022, Miranda wrote and starred in a queer independent short film Goodbye Mr Wilde, produced by a crew of emerging AFTRS filmmakers. Her coming-of-age
play Young Bodies/Somebody’s debuted at Flight Path Theatre in May 2022, and was nominated for ‘Best New Play or Musical’ in the BroadwayWorld awards. She is currently completing her Honours thesis at UNSW, investigating female coming-of-age representations in contemporary theatre. She has published poetry in magazines including: Red Ogre Review, Many
Nice Donkeys and Defunkt. Her second play Saturday Girls is set to debut in 2023.