About Mirachelle

Mirachelle Canada graduated from Longwood University with a B.F.A. in theatre performance with a concentration in musical theatre. In the fall of her senior year, she traveled abroad to study theatre education at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, England.


Drawing on her London adventures and her childhood writing aspirations, Mirachelle began developing her first book series The Master’s Voice. While teaching high school speech and drama in rural Virginia, she also studied courses through the Christian Writers Guild.


Mirachelle began writing plays and produced her first original young adult production of Sail Away with Me. After writing, directing, and producing several other young adult theatre productions, her musical script The Author gained her acceptance to the script and screenwriting graduate program at Regent University’s School of Communication & the Arts.


While studying at Regent, Mirachelle was also accepted into Act One, a Christian film and television writing program in Hollywood, California. Further inspired to pursue her writing dreams, she answered the call to live and work in Hollywood. Shortly after moving to Los Angeles, Mirachelle earned her Masters of Fine Arts in script and screenwriting from Regent University.


In Hollywood, Mirachelle continued to study film and television writing through mentors in the Act One Program. While also learning the entertainment business, she worked as a production assistant on numerous television shows including: American Ninja Warrior, Disney’s Friends for Change Games, ABC’s I Get That a Lot, TLC’s The Little Couple, OWN’s Lost & Found, Cheating Vegas, and Investigation Discovery’s Unusual Suspects. She was promoted to art director on Unusual Suspects seasons 3 and 4.


After three years working and studying in Hollywood, Mirachelle returned to Northern Virginia, where she continues to pursue her first love of novel writing, while also writing and directing theatre projects and serving as department chair of Television Production at her alma mater, C.D. Hylton High School.