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


About Mickey Rowe

Mickey Rowe is a graduate of the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center (the 2010 Tony winner for regional theater) and a graduate of the University of Washington. Mickey has performed in eight productions with the Seattle Opera: Barber of Seville, Billy Budd, Tosca, Fallstaff, Turn of the Screw, Der Rosenkavalier, La Boheme, and I Puritani, four with the Seattle Children’s Theater, the second largest professional theater for young audiences in the country, The Cat in the Hat, The Wizard of Oz, Night of the Living Dead, and High School Musical, and has collaborated on and performed in world premiere productions at the Edinburgh International Festival Fringe and with the Washington Ensemble Theater. Mickey is a skilled stilt walker, unicyclest, juggler, tight rope walker, fire breather, and trained puppeteer with extensive stage combat experience. Mickey’s directing and acting work can also be seen at Arts on the Waterfront.
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One Response to National Endowment for the Arts: Art Works Podcast. Mickey Rowe Working with Autism.

  1. I was led here by seeing the Huffpost write up about your being cast in Curious Incident. I wanted to just say thank you for being open about being on the Spectrum. I have two children on the spectrum- including a son who absolutely loves theater. He is still pretty young, but he is very involved in our local children’s theater. Being labelled as having autism isn’t something he’s been too comfortable with, but he was really excited when I showed him the write up about you and when he watched your audition clips. Thanks for being a good role model!

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