Insomnium Theater Company's  NIGHTMARE BEFORE INSOMNIUM  

The Atlantic Theater Company's THE VELVETEEN RABBIT

April 21, 2016

"Tryst" was accepted into The Manhattan Film Festival. Mickele produced the feature film and play the role of a nerdy girl who has an obsession with coffee. Typecasting? Probably. 

February 12th-21st, 2015

Mickele played the role of "Julia," the overworked psychiatrist that falls in love with her mysterious patient, meanwhile, so are her two best friends. The Joust Theatre Company was founded by Mickele and her peers during their final year at NYU/Tisch. After graduating the theater company started off with a bang by presenting a NYC debut of Dipika Guha's "The Rules," directed by Cynthia Silver at the Alchemical Theater Lab. 

February 2018

When the world is ending and you run off with the vodka. Mickele stars in Natalie Brown's "The World is Ending."

December 10-14th, 2014

Mickele played the spunky maid, "Cathleen," in Hard Work Productions' "A Long Day's Journey Into Night" by Eugene O'Neill, directed by Angie Bolivar. 

February 29, 2016

How did you celebrate Leap Day? In cahoots with The Joust Theatre Company's monthly series, Mickele produced, and performed along the many talented artists, a night of stand up and original songs all about the Leap Year! 

November 28, 2015

Catch Samsung's national holiday commercial featuring Missy Elliot's hit song "Where They From," because guess who was sporting the VR goggles? 

The Joust Theatre Company's FEBRUARY EXTENDED!

Insomnium Theater Company's  THE LOVE OF THE NIGHTINGALE   

October 16th, 2015

Mickele directed and performed in The Joust Theatre Company's annual cabaret fundraiser with a gaggle of her talented peers at The West End Lounge. 

Actor • Singer • NYC

March 20, 2016 

A part of The Atlantic Alumni Association, Mickele performed in The Joust Theater Company's "The Hive" written by Meghan Hourigan alongside up and coming theater companies: Crashbox, Flashbulb, and Pipeline.

September 19th, 2015

Wrapped up her summer directing a comedic piece she wrote called "It Wasn't Me" for The Savage Detectives Theater Company's SAVAGERY, an afternoon of one acts, at Walkerspace/SoHo Rep. 

THE COMPANY PARTY @ Atlantic's Stage 2

April  2017

"Mourning the Living" is Mickele's first full-length play which premiered in the Thespis Theater Festival in August 2016 and was brought Off-Broadway at Abingdon's Dorothy Strelsin Theater! The play explores the struggles of caring for a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

April 15, 2016

Who doesn't love a little history reenactment? Mickele's dream of being an 80's teen was fulfilled while acting in season 10 episode 2 of Mysteries at the Museum. 

Atlantic Alumni Cabaret

The World is Ending

The Joust Theatre Company's  WHIITE COLLAR CABARET 

The Joust Theatre Company's  STIR-CRAZY MEASURES

Mourning the Living OFF-BROADWAY DEBUT

TRYST @ The Manhattan Film Festival

November 23, 2015

Dreams came true as Mickele performed in Lincoln Centerfor The Broadway Dreams Foundation's 2016 NYC showcase directed by Stafford Arima. She performed in the "Hair," "Pirates of Penzance," and "Little Shop of Horror" segments. 

October 10th - November 1st, 2015

Mickele playing Fairy of Nursery Magic/Mother/Toy Soldier in The Atlantic Theater Company's musical production of "The Velveteen Rabbit," written and directed by Anya Saffir and Cormac Bluestone. This heartfelt production was reviewed by the New York TImes and as a production that charmed it's way into the hearts of kids and parents. 

Mysteries at the Museum 


The Joust Theatre Company's  THE RULES

January 2018

Written and produced by Joshua Lander starring Joshua and Mickele. Two lost souls find each other again after a miserable breakup. 

April 19th, 2015

"Nevermind," a comedy one act written and directed by Mickele, was featured in The Atlantic Alumni Company Spotlight as a representation of The Joust Theatre Company.  Other theater companies included: Pipeline, Cashbox, Savage Detectives, and New Atech.

The Atlantic Alumni Company Spotlight   


August 17, 2015

Mickele wore many hats in The Joust Theatre Company's night of new works as a writer, director and actor. She was performed in Meghan Hourigan's "The Hive," directed Jarrod Allan's "Fine," and wrote and performed her monologue, "I Said Yes." Stir-Crazy Measures was performed at the 13th Street Rep. 

SAMSUNG Galaxy National Holiday Commercial 

Fearful Devotion

May 28th-31st, 2015

Mickele had the privilege of playing the role of "Procne," a strong, devoted, but lonesome older sister, in one of her favorite plays, "The Love of The Nightingale" by Timberlake Wertenbaker, directed by Felicia Lobo and choreographed by Lauren Harris, at the Alchemical Theater Lab. 

October 24th, 2015

Be careful. Looks can be deceiving. Mickele may look nice in the picture, but in Insomnium Theater Company's NIGHTMARE BEFORE INSOMNIUM, she played a possessed mother who kills her daughter.  "Daphne's Legacy," written by Meghan Hourigan and directed by Lauren Harris, was one of four one acts performed at The Paper Box.

The Savage Detectives Theater Company's SAVAGERY  

April 17, 2016 

The McDuo strike again! Mickele and McLean Peterson sang "Bayay" written by the brilliant Nate Weida. "Bayay" is a song about two people finding an orphaned baby and deciding to keep the boy as their own.