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The Only Way Out is Through–Comments from the audience

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 [...]

Big Words performance

You write about places I will never go but you take me right there.  Jeanne

About Peanut Butter Neglect

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

About Living in the Moment

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 [...]

about The Vestibule

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. [...]

Portland Jewish Review on About Love

“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 [...]

Press

“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.

The Jewish Review: 10/07

“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.