Miriam was born in Jerusalem on Purim night, and this is probably the reason why she loves the theater so much. She grew up in Milan, Italy, attended Jewish school and participated in almost every possible Jewish youth movement and activity, from Bnei Akiva to Limmud to Paideia Incubator Project. She then moved back to Jerusalem, where she learned at Pardes and Hartman, which made her into the happy, conscious, and complex Jewish woman she is today. Back in Milan, where she currently lives, Miriam is an artist who perceives theater and performance as a new way to learn, understand texts, and share stories. Her research is constantly oriented to seeking a world in which art and spirituality meet. Her theater is "Jewish" because it plays with texts from different times and areas, a bit like the Talmud. It's also Jewish because it leaves to the observer the responsibility to interpret the work of art/performance, and finally because its main goal is to bring tikkun olam: to make the world a better place. In twelve years of work, Miriam has gathered around her a significant amount of very diverse artists and intellectuals who enjoy working with her as well as a crowd who loves to follow her artistic work as spectators. Her lectures and presentations in both Jewish and non-Jewish contexts arouse great interest and enthusiasm due to her very personal way of telling stories, living the Torah as a constant source of images and a way of interpreting reality.