Miranda Wright founded Los Angeles Performance Practice in 2010, and the LAX Festival in 2013. Miranda works as an independent producer and performance curator, and has produced new work with several New York and Los Angelees-based artists, including Milka Djordjevich, Lars Jan, Andrew Schneider, Netta Yerushalmy, and Stephanie Zaletel. She has worked with Center Theatre Group, Center for the Art of Performance (CAP) UCLA, and CalArts Center for New Performance, among others, on special projects and initiatives, and has served as a panelist for Creative Capital, MAP Fund, and the Annenberg Community Beach House. She is the 2014 recipient of Center Theatre Group’s Richard E. Sherwood Award, a 2015 Cultural Exchange International Fellowship through the City of Los Angeles and the British Council to work with ArtsAdmin in London, and in 2016 she was the Curatorial Artist in Residence at CAP UCLA. Miranda holds a certificate from the Institute for Curatorial Practice In Performance at Wesleyan University, and an MFA in Producing from California Institute of the Arts.