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


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 (three times), PBS, Teen Vogue, Playbill, NPR, CNN'S Great Big Story, Huffington Post, and been the keynote at Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center's LEAD Conference, and more. He is completing his MFA in Artistic Leadership. He has appeared in productions at 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 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Mickey was Artistic Director of Arts on the Waterfront, a theater/philanthropy company working with Homeless Teen Artists, The Trevor Project, The City of Seattle, and Teen Feed. He is a juggler, stilt walker, unicyclest, hat manipulator, acrobat, and more. Mickey Rowe is represented by Kazarian/Measures/Ruskin & Associates.
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1 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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