An experienced stage performer, Langley has starred in recent Glaswegian productions of A Streetcar Named Desire, Dr. Faustus and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, as well as other projects by theatre companies including Studio Eye and Tron Young. Audiences will soon see her in The Lift, a physical theatre play premiering later in 2015 at the Room at the Top Theatre.
"I was first drawn to the script as it was like nothing I'd ever read before," says Langley. "Mona's situation seemed so recognisable to me so I couldn't resist getting involved in the project."
Langley has just wrapped up production on Andrew Gunn's Reflections of a Private Eye, the newest short by film collective Glasgow Film Crew. Rehearsals have already begun for Mona and the Stations of the Cross, and so has pre-production.
"Miranda has a remarkable talent for capturing and going through a number of emotions in an incredibly short time," says John Perivolaris, director of Mona and the Stations of the Cross. "When I first auditioned her and saw her going through all these changes in the course of just 7 minutes I couldn't take my eyes of her, which is exactly what this film calls for. "
Perivolaris is now interviewing crew members for the project. Watch this space for more news.