Mickey Solis

Mickey Solis

Triad Stage: The Illusion. Off-Broadway credits include An Orestia (Classic Stage Company), White People (Ensemble Studio Theatre), and Night Over Taos (INTAR, directed by Estelle Parsons). Regional & Other Theater: Yale Repertory, American Repertory Theater; Fisher Center; Dangerous Ground, Brooklyn; HERE Arts; 92nd Street Y; Appalachian Summer Festival; New College Theater; Moscow Art Theater; Epic Theater;  Shakespeare on the Sound, Kentucky Shakes; Kentucky Shakes. Other performances: Susan Marshall & Company, The Japan Society, The Ohio Theater, Wang Center for the Performing Arts, The Berkshire Playwright’s Lab, Playwrights Horizons, The Actors Studio. Film & Television: michigan (writer), Lament for the Artist (co-writer), Law & Order, and Law & Order: SVU. Mickey has taught acting at Tisch School for the Arts, NYU. Dangerous Ground Prod. company member. He studied comparative religion at Western Michigan University and earned his MFA from The Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University.