HI. Hello. Welcome! 


This November, I performed at Dixon Place in a play called American Hero written and performed by Mary de Carlo. I played a diabolical, grudge-holding TV producer, torturing a survivor-type reality show contestant who hurt my character as a young girl. It was a very dark comedy and sold-out success!

In August, I performed on Governor's Island in two staged readings. One was a collection of Bara Swain's plays called Big Apple Bytes and the other Susan Goodell's play called NO GROUND BEYOND THIS POINT. Both were well-received. 

This August, I presented scene work from Streetcar Named Desire as Blanche Dubois in a directing class taught by Austin Pendleton. It was lovely. We're considering moving forward with a production of the play.

In May, I played Carolyn Bryant in a heartbreaking play about Emmett Till called A Whistle in Mississippi: The Lynching of Emmett Till.

This January I played a knowledge and power hungry doctor in an original work called Two Conceive by Jake Kevrick that opened in the Hudson Guild Theater for their winter theater festival.

Thanks for visiting! 



Feel free to contact me, here: autumn.mirassou@gmail.com


-- A bit about where I'm from:

I grew up in the east hills of Santa Clara Valley in California, before it became the Silicon Valley. Throughout my adolescence, I danced and sang competitively and in festivals, until I found musical theater and jazz choir in high school. When I left home for college in Sonoma County, I was fairly determined to leave performance behind me and pick up a wine business major. Despite my best efforts, 2.5 years later, I found myself with a resume 17 productions long and a desire to change my degree. I received scholarships and was awarded for several of my performances and took it as a sign to continue acting. After graduating, I moved back home and worked and performed in community musical theater until I received a call from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. They had accepted me into the Contemporary Masters in Acting course. I promptly left for England and studied classical and contemporary theater intensively there. Finally, I moved to New York City, and have been acting here ever since. It has been a thrilling and extremely fulfilling ride. 

PS. If you made it to the bottom of this page, congratulations, you did it--you deserve a medal! Also, I really appreciate it. Thanks!