Cynthia Miranda

Plastic and theatrically trained at the Movement Study Laboratory (LEM) of the École International Jacques Lecoq in Paris, she studied Scene Management at the Royal School of Dramatic Art in Madrid.

She has a degree in Audiovisual Communication from the Complutense University of Madrid, and has developed in parallel her professional work as a filmmaker and screenwriter for different producers and networks such as Telemadrid or Canal +.

Her interest in object theater stands out in productions such as “Volátilis. Leonardo Da Vinci”, “The walls”, “The Little Prince” or “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.

Within the Cervantes week, he co-directs the community theater show “Exemplary Women or Women” at the Corral de Comedias de Alcalá de Henares, “The colloquy of bitches “, and creates the cabaret theater show “Mascarada” from Lope de Vega’s “La viuda valenciana”.

More recently, she directed “A la luna”, an amazing show that combines theater and animated films.