Miranda Crispin

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Miranda Crispin is an American musical theatre performer, director, and teacher based in Paris, France.


Crispin is the co-founder of and serves as the Artistic Director for the American Musical Theatre Live theatre company in Paris, France.[1]

She performed in the Paris premieres of Jason Robert Brown's The Last Five Years (Cathy) and Songs for a New World,[2] and in Next Thing You Know (Lisa) by Joshua Salzman and Ryan Cunningham.[3]

She served as the vocal director for the Paris premiere of the Pasek and Paul musical, Edges,[4] and for the new French musical Sleepin’ Bee, directed by Franck Harscouët.[5] Crispin teaches musical theatre master classes at universities and theatres throughout the USA, in France and the UK.[6]


  1. ^ Marion Gutierrez (June 7, 2015). "Cultural Exchanges and Community". New Musical Theatre.
  2. ^ Pirolli, Bryan. "Songs for a New World". Time Out Paris. Retrieved April 24, 2017.
  3. ^ Geoffroy de Dieuleveult. "Next Thing You Know critique". Regard en Coulisse (in French).
  4. ^ Andrew Gans (June 7, 2013). "Jason Robert Brown's The Last Five Years and Benj Pasek and Justin Paul's Edges. Will Make Paris Debuts for Limited Engagement". Playbill.
  5. ^ "Critique : "Sleepin Bee" au Théâtre Michel". Musical Avenue (in French).
  6. ^ Leahy, Jacqueline (June 21, 2013). "Miranda Crispin, star of The Last Five Years, on American musical theater in France". Paris Writers News.