The Grind Show Wins Best Newcomer Award at Edinburgh Fringe Festival

“The Grind Show” at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland
August 5 – 31 daily at C Chamber Street

Winner of Edinburgh Festival Insider’s “Best Newcomer Award 2009”.

“Physical and visually arresting. . . Darkly beautiful and disturbingly eerie.” Four Stars
– Edinburgh Festival Insider

“From a stunning beginning to the gorgeous ending, The Grind Show is an attack on the senses, an exploration of humanity and death, where nothing is what it seems . . . fantastically acted . . . An attack on the senses. . . . should not be missed” Four Stars
– Hairline Magazine

“Deliciously unsettling”
– Three Weeks

“A mix of slick physical theatre and naturalistic dialogue, The Grind Show follows a wide-eyed boy through a surreal circus. But when he asks difficult questions the surface begins to crack. Beneath these characters’ demented bravado lie the recognisable pressures and fears of life.” Four Stars
– The List

“Vigorous and promising physical theatre… uses it to maximum effect”
– The Scotsman

“The Grind Show reminded me why I got into acting in the first place. Excellent, world class stuff.”
– Richard Karn, Actor (Home Improvement, Family Feud)

About Mickey Rowe

Mickey Rowe was the first autistic actor to play Christopher Boone in the Tony Award winning play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and one of the first autistic actors to get to play any autistic character. He has been featured in the New York Times, PBS, Teen Vogue, Playbill, NPR, CNN, Huffington Post, Salon, has keynoted at organizations including Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, Yale School of Drama, and more. He is completing his MFA in Artistic Leadership. Mickey has worked with Syracuse Stage, Indiana Repertory Theatre, the Seattle Opera, SCT, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Book-It Repertory Theatre, The Ashland New Plays Festival, Oregon Shakespeare Festival Midnight Projects, The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. He is a juggler, stilt walker, unicyclist, hat manipulator, acrobat, and more. Mickey Rowe is co executive director of National Disability Theatre.
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