Ana is a rising senior at Sarah Lawrence College concentrating in theatre and film. The daughter of international opera singer, Lori Brown Mirabal, she grew up with a love of music, theatre, and storytelling of all kind.
Ana served as the Director of Cabaret Programming for the SLC Musical Theatre Collective for a year, and starred as Sally Bowles in their production of Kander and Ebb's Cabaret. She was also featured as Fleance in the college's production of Macbeth, directed by Will Frears.
Additionally, Ana performed in two new plays produced by the Exquisite Corpse Company in New York, and was featured in a Youth Suicide Prevention Video, designed to educate teachers on the signs of suicide in teenagers.
She recently spent a semester studying with the National Music Theatre Institute at the Eugene O'Neill Center in Connecticut.
Ana is currently performing the role of Lillian in the Exquisite Corpse Company's production of Liliya as part of their festival, This is A Distraction.
Ana will spend her spring semester/summer shooting and editing a web series of her own design, On Site. It is a musical travel series discussing the cultures that inspired the Disney Princesses.
Eye Color: Hazel
Hair Color: Brown
Twinstar Productions | Youth Suicide Prevention Video | 2014
On Site Productions | On Site | 2018 (upcoming)
2010 - present
2010 - present
Exquisite Corpse Company | Liliya | 2018
Exquisite Corpse Company | In Search of Glory | 2017
Exquisite Corpse Company | Monte, TN | 2017
SLC Musical Theatre Collective | Cabaret | 2017
Sarah Lawrence College | Macbeth | 2016
SLC Musical Theatre Collective | Carousel | 2016
Sarah Lawrence College
Ernest Abuba, Doug MacHugh, Wayne Saunders, Stuart Spencer
National Music Theatre Institute
Rachel Jett, Scott Murphy, Forrest McClendon, Anne Tofflemire, Donna Di Novelli, Anthony Lucca, Susan Blackwell, Jeff Bowen, Aimee Steele, Matt Castle, Christine Toy Johnson, Deidre Goodwin
Steven Gross, Dr. Lori Brown Mirabal
Acting with Emily
Accents (Posh English, Tennessee Southern)
Lyric Writing and Composition (National Theatre Institute with Jeff Bowen and Scott Murphy)
Playwriting (National Theatre Institute with Donna Di Novelli)
Screenwriting (Sarah Lawrence College with Fred Strype and Ramin Serry)
Producing (Director of Cabaret Programming with Sarah Lawrence Musical Theatre Collective)
Directing (The Golden Age: A Cabaret, The Platinum Age: A Cabaret, National Theatre Institute with Jessi Hill)