Seattle Magazine: Autistic & Legally Blind Actor wants to Expand the Diversity Conversation in the Arts

http://www.seattlemag.com/article/seattle-actor-helps-expand-diversity-arts

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National Endowment for the Arts: Art Works Podcast. Mickey Rowe Working with Autism.

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Evening Magazine: Shining a Spotlight on the Spectrum

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Our Differences are our Strenghts: Howlround Article

HowlRound_Logo_300x300Our Differences are our Strengths: Neurodiversity in Theatre by Mickey Rowe

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Read Arts on the Waterfront’s Latest Reviews and Articles

Seattle Times Footlight Award Winner.

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Love’s Labour’s Lost at Seattle Shakespeare Company

Mickey Rowe as Moth and David Quicksall as Don Armado at Seattle Shakespeare Company

Mickey Rowe as Moth and David Quicksall as Don Armado at Seattle Shakespeare Company

-“It’s a delightful pair of comedic actors working brilliantly together.”

-“(Don Armado) has brilliant chemistry with Mickey Rowe as his manservant sidekick, Moth, who’s more than a bit smitten with his master. The homoerotic elements of this production are more than just a bit of wishful thinking…there’s cheeky and very physical interplay between many of the male characters in this play and none more obvious than between the Don and his Moth.”

-“Rowe is adorably pratfally in the role of Moth”.

-“A scene stealer is Micky Rowe as the small but agile Moth.”

Here is a great radio interview with the director talking about some of the Noel Coward songs I sing in the show, Moth’s likeness to Sancho Panza, and a surprise shout out from the interviewer talking about my last show, La Boheme. http://www.king.org/pages/15808858.php

La Boheme review:

“But, on the whole, this production is rock-solid and pretty enough to entertain a deaf man. The second act takes place in a bustling cafe and street scene with scampering children, a stilt walker, and all the hustle of a Disney cartoon feast.”

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Everything Moves: Exciting an Internet-inundated Sports-centric World with Storytelling

Mickey Rowe’s Article for Theatre Communications GroupTCG1

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