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Hyman portrayed the herione Rosalind in Two River Theater’s As You Like It  by William Shakespeare, directed by Michael Sexton. Visit www.TwoRiverTheater.org to see pics or check out my photo gallery. Click here to Meet the Cast of “As You Like It”.

Here’s what reviewers had to say:

“Appealing performances, beautiful visuals and beguiling music” – The New York Times

Slim and wide-eyed, Miriam A. Hyman is a down to earth Rosalind, who pairs off harmoniously with Jacob Fishel’s…”- The New York Times

“……Sexton’s smartest decision is the casting of Miriam A. Hyman as Rosalind.” -Examiner

 “…the play topping your ‘must-see’ list should be AS YOU LIKE IT.” – Examiner

“A Brilliant Performance…A Valentine’s gift for area audiences” – BroadwayWorld

“Jacob Fishel and Miriam A. Hyman are ideal in their leads.” -BroadwayWorld

“There could not be a close couple of gals than those heart warmingly portrayed by Miriam A. Hyman(Rosalind) and Sara Topham(Celia)…-Two River Times

”Miriam nails every one of those 600 plus lines as Rosalind, and is incandescently wonderful doing it.”-TriCity News

Full length reviews below:

January 31, 2014 - Examiner.com, Michael T. Mooney

February 6, 2014 - The Two River Times, Philip Dorian

February 6, 2014 - BroadwayWorld.com, Marina Kennedy

February 6, 2014 - triCity News, Hannah Walker

February 7, 2014 - The New York Times, Michael Sommers

February 11, 2014 - The Star-Ledger, Ronni Reich


 Recent Theatrical Productions
In case you haven’t seen it yet, INDY Week has recognized several PlayMakers productions in their “Best in Theater – The List for 2013”

The honorees for Best Supporting Performances included  Miriam A. Hyman/Beneatha, A Raisin in the Sun

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Television: Miriam was most recently seen as Nancy Singelton on CBS’s hit T.V. show Hostages starring Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott. Check out the Hail Mary episode via the link below.

Hostages - Watch Full Episodes & Video Clips - CBS.com

Film: Hyman recently wrapped two Indie film projects:

Catatonk Blues written by Robert J. Mrazek and directed by Jared Martin features Elizabeth Marvel, Ryan Merriman, Jayne Atkinson, Marshall Bell and  Miriam A. Hyman as Abigail Grant, the no-nonsense office manager to politician Charlie Winship played by lead actor Treat Williams.

SPLiT written and directed by Deborah Kampmeier.  She plays Jill, an actress in a theater company rehearsing a play called Inanna’s Project.  She is double cast as the drumming Sumerian goddess Ninshubur who protects Innana(lead actress Amy Ferguson) when she enters the Underworld. The film also features Moragn Spector, Anna Mouglalis, Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Yolonda Ross and Joan MacIntosh. SPLiT Trailer: https://vimeo.com/71775835