I especially admire simple language that is to the point. You are a great writer! And singer! And dancer! and everything else you did to make this such a great show. Krista I can’t get the music out of my head. I’m almost normal, almost normal… I was wowed at how the whole play came [...]
You write about places I will never go but you take me right there. Jeanne
Thank you so much for sharing … Miriam! I needed to hear [you] take on lunch as an only child…it was like reliving my parochial school days all over again…and a chance to “grow up” about something I had forgotten, yet needed to let go. What a blessing! Leah On Peanut Butter Neglect
Miriam’s description of her mother’s steps into dementia are real, told in a light-hearted way which makes the underlying reality and changes over time in her mother’s cognitive abilities bearable, even funny. As a clinical associate in the field, a support group facilitator and caregiver educator I relish Miriam’s words and the pictures she paints [...]
A …heartfelt thank you for coming out to Albuquerque and sharing your provocative one woman show: The Vestibule. [Y]our performance was captivating…I really admire your courage and creativity-in equal parts-to share personal observations and experiences and transform them for a universal message. It was a wonderful evening enjoyed by all. Phyllis Miriam’s performance is gutsy. [...]
“Both poetry and prose comprise this book (About Love: the bittersweet heart.) Even in her prose, Feder writes with the lyrical soul of a poet. Consider this from the prose piece called Passion: I enjoy this sweet, erotic, love-soaked slant on the fleeting light and last roses of fall. And I’m grateful to you for [...]
“Her stories explore life experiences common to most of us, but with an order of sensitivity in a near poetic voice that finds the extraordinary in the ordinary passages of one’s life.” From a feature article about Miriam’s live and pod cast performances, published in The Jewish Review October 1, 2007.
“Her stories explore life experiences common to most of us, but with an order of sensitivity in a near poetic voice that finds the extraordinary in the ordinary passages of one’s life.” an excerpt from a feature article on the Arts about Miriam, published in The Jewish Review , October 2007.