Dave Mickey has designed sound, video, interactive, and lighting for
theatre productions at Off-Broadway’s Theatre Row, 59E59 NYC, Virginia Stage Company, International City Theatre, The Colony Theatre, The Rubicon Theatre, Laguna Playhouse, South Coast Repertory, the Chance Theatre, the Blank Theatre, and Syzygy
theatre. Mr. Mickey is a Co-Host of THE CUE podcast about show control. Some projects include MicePaceMaze at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the publication of 30 iOS apps, led a workshop on Interactive Theatre for the Scenofest at the PQ11 in Prague, and theme park show control (video) programming at Universal Studios Hollywood (2009/10). Mr. Mickey won the 2014 NAACP Best Sound Design for BREATH & IMAGINATION and the Robert E. Cohen Sound Achievement Award, a national award in sound design sponsored by USITT, three Editor Choice Awards from the Maker Faire, Honorable Mentions for the Garland Awards, Outstanding Achievements by StageSceneLA.com, and nominations for the LA Weekly Theater Awards. Mr. Mickey holds an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) and is the Sound and Projection Design Professor for the Theatre and Dance department at CSU Fullerton, Integrated Media Adjunct Professor for The Center for Integrated Media at CalArts, and Sound design Adjunct Professor for Saint Mary’s College of California.