My'kal Stromile's extesnive training includes instruction from Kim Abel in Dallas/New York, Ceyhun Ozsoy in Dallas, and Anna-Marie Holmes in Boston. He attended The Juilliard School from 2014-2018. Stromile has danced with Bruce Wood Dance, Dallas Black Dance Theatre II, Disney Productions, and Repertory Dance Company I. His repertoire includes Richard Alston's Sheer Bravado, Aszure Barton's Return to Patience, Crystal Pite's Grace Engine, Dwight Rhoden's Rise, Jeremo Robbins' MOVES, and Bruce Wood's Home and Polyster Dreams.
In 2014 Stromile was named a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts. That same year, at the invitation of TITAS presents and choreographer Bruce Wood, Stromile participated in the 2014 Command Performance Ballet Gala, where principal dancers from all over the world performed new and existing repertoire. During his time at Juilliard, he received Choreographic Honors three years in a row and was awarded the school's Hector Zaraspe Prize in Choreography in 2018. Stromile is a 2019 Princess Grace Award Nominee.