Proud Read Aloud: Love, Violet

Join Teaching Artist Miranda to read Love, Violet and discuss different feelings you may feel when you have a crush or admire someone!
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Proud Read Alouds 

Creative Clubhouse Stories is celebrating Pride Month! Join us throughout the month for our Proud Read Aloud series, featuring guest teaching artists from the LGBTQ+ community!

Read Love, Violet with Miranda!


A Creative Clubhouse Stories Special Event!

Join Caitlyn for a special PRIDE themed Creative Clubhouse Stories class. We will explore the story Mama, Mommy, and Me in the Middle through theatre games, movement, and music!
Wednesday, June 29th at 12pm
Live on Zoom
Free Admission | Best for ages 3-8 | 45 Minutes

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About Miranda

First, an Arts Administration Apprentice, then an Autism Specialist for their Sensory Friendly Performance of Dory Fantasmagory, Miranda (she/her) is excited to once again collaborate with New York City Children’s Theater, this time for their Creative Clubhouse Proud Read Aloud series!

An autistic person with a passion for arts, Miranda actively strives to amplify, spread, and create opportunities and spaces for the disability community and other underrepresented groups in the arts/cultural field. She works as a Program Associate at the Marlene Meyerson JCC where she performs administrative work for their various film festivals, including their disability-focused ReelAbilities Film Festival. This year, Miranda moderated ReelAbilities’ post-film Autism Shorts Q+A and developed and spoke on a panel on mental health titled “Just Do It? The Impact of Perfectionism & Productivity on Mental Health and Disability.” Recordings of these panels can be found below.

Miranda has also shared her skills as a disability advocate, writer, and creative consultant with various other arts/cultural organizations, including the Museum of the Moving Image (for their first-ever Marvels of Media Awards, a special program dedicated to media makers on the autism spectrum), the Cooper Hewitt Museum, a collaboration between the Public Theater and Ma-Yi Theater, and the Museum, Arts, and Cultural Access Consortium (MAC).

In addition, Miranda has published some articles about her experiences as a neurodivergent person on The Mighty. Her article, “Finding Confidence as a Queer, Neurodivergent Person,” is about how she used to have trouble asking people out – like Violet in Love, Violet! Miranda’s stories can be read below.

Want to explore what LGBTQ+ means with your child? Learn your LGBTs with Lindz & Teddy over at Queer Kid Stuff!

Start a Conversation with your child about gender with NYCCT’s Start the Conversation series: Exploring Gender!

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