Tag Archives: Mickey Rowe
See if you can find a little Mickey shoe shine boy through out this video. The opera used the video from their past production in their publicity for this seasons production. Tiny Mickey in his first professional production.
http://www.cityartsonline.com “The Connection was first produced by the Living Theatre in 1959 as a collaboration between some of the great theatre artists of that time, including Living Theatre co-founders Judith Malina and Julian Beck. Blending live jazz with dialogue to create … Continue reading
Mickey Rowe is attending the National Theater Institute at the 2010 Tony Award winner for best regional theater, the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center. Update: Be sure to check out me and a few of my classmates on the back cover of … Continue reading
“Exhilarating! . . . especially poignant . . . a fun time for all . . . somehow both ancient and futuristic. . . the audience is invited to leave expectations behind and surrender as if in a trance.” – Seattle … Continue reading
“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 … Continue reading
Scare Tactics by John Longenbaugh Seattle Weekly published on October 28, 2008 “Like a lot of 11-year-olds, I was obsessed with ghosts, vampires, zombies, and so forth. Fortunately for me, a couple of friends shared this geeky obsession, and we’d … Continue reading
For full article . . . http://sctbehindthecurtain.blogspot.com/2007/10/10-questions-for-mickey-rowe.html SCT’s Behind The Curtain October 23, 2007 See http://www.sct.org for more: “Mickey Rowe currently appears on the SCT stage in Disney’s High School Musical, and he kindly agreed to be the first of … Continue reading