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Mickey Rowe

Mickey Rowe has appeared in productions at Syracuse Stage, Indiana Repertory Theatre, the Seattle Opera, Seattle Children’s Theater, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Book-It Repertory Theatre, The Ashland New Plays Festival, Oregon Shakespeare Festival Midnight Projects, and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Mickey is also 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. Mickey is a skilled juggler, unicyclest, hat manipulator, plate spinner, stilt walker, etc.

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Nothing About Us Without Us
Essay

Nothing About Us Without Us

Innovation, Creativity, and Inclusion in Professional Theatre

26 May 2019

Talleri A. McRae and Mickey Rowe, co-founders of the National Disability Theatre, introduce their series “The Future of Theatre is Accessible,” talk about some key takeaways from the upcoming articles, and discuss how language is a barrier to inclusion.

The Power of Authenticity
Essay

The Power of Authenticity

Disability On Stage and Off in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

22 November 2017

Talleri McRae interviews actors Mickey Rowe and Landon G. Woodson from The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time about casting actors with disabilities play disabled characters, and the power of inclusive casting. 

Our Differences are Our Strengths
Essay

Our Differences are Our Strengths

Neurodiversity in Theatre

2 May 2015

Putting his dichotomies to work, Mickey Rowe explains how his autism helps him to be a better actor.

The Future of Theatre is Accessible
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Series

The Future of Theatre is Accessible

Accessible and inclusive theatre is not new. Nevertheless, more often than not, theatre companies today that are striving to include the disability community do so by welcoming disabled actors to their stages and disabled audiences to their performances.