Mica graduated at the Bottega Teatrale of Vittorio Gassman in Florence. She took part in more than 25 off Broadway productions and in the last ten years she’s been focusing on one woman shows. She translated, co-wrote, wrote and produced four Monologues.
Work: Actor, voice over artist, translator, caregiver, mentor to young artists, assemblage artist.
Fun: Writing for the theater, fencing, painting, decorating, theater going, shadow boxing, walking and spending time with animals.
NYC’s diversity and stimulus made me leave Italy and start a new life in Manhattan.
My best memory in NYC was at the opening night of my first One Woman Show “Anna Cappelli” on 42nd St.
I chose to wear a dress because it’s feminine, and I chose this location in Central Park for its majestic natural beauty.
I find the ITALIANY’s project very exciting because of the variety it offers within the people it represents.
As an ambassador of Italian style and culture I feel proud to have been born and raised in a country that artistically speaking has so much to offer; just like NYC.