Miranda Wright is a Los Angeles-based theater producer, and Executive Director of Los Angeles Performance Practice, an infrastructure and artists’ network comprised of independent artists and companies who create groundbreaking theatrical experiences through innovative approaches to collaboration, technology, and social engagement. Through LAPP, Miranda produces and curates Live Arts Exchange (LAX), a contemporary performance festival in collaboration with dozens of local artists. Specializing in international collaboration, Miranda has produced work with artists and organizations in Havana, Kigali, Kampala, and Prague. Most recently, she produced the English language premiere of You Should Have Stayed Home, Morons (dir. Manuel Orjuela, Colombia) presented by RADAR LA as a site-responsive traveling performance, and the U.S. premiere of Deborah Asiimwe’s Cooking Oil at the ATX: Art + Innovation Center featuring an ensemble from Kampala, Kigali, and Los Angeles. Miranda is Producer for CalArts Center for New Performance, Associate Producer at AUTOMATA, and co-Founder of The Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts. She is the recipient of the 2014 Richard E. Sherwood Award.