Jomack Miranda (Paul) is an alum of the Gaiety School of Acting, The National Theatre School of Ireland. You may have seen him in It Was Fine Until You Came into the Room [Boxers and Briefs Play Festival], The Boogie Down Bronx [Si Se Puede Productions], Lady Susan [The Theatre Project], or The Program [Falconworks Artist Group]. A Brooklyn-born, Puerto Rican Jewish actor, he takes pride in diverse projects promoting the hidden stories of marginalized groups. How to Melt ICE is a poetic journey exploring the trauma of those who come to this country for opportunity but who are often met with racism. This story explores the meaning of boundaries – where we put them, how they are sanctioned, who holds the power to define them. He is very happy to be a part of this talented ensemble and commends Amalia Oliva Rojas for writing this brave and timely piece.