Showcasing Artists Hershey 2023

Mickey Rowe

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As an autistic and legally blind person, Mickey Rowe became the first autistic actor to play the lead role in the Tony-Award winning play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, landed the title role in the play Amadeus, and founded the National Disability Theatre. He has been featured in the New York Times, the TODAY show, PBS, Vogue, NPR, CNN, Wall Street Journal, and more. He has keynoted at organizations including the Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, Yale University, Columbia University, The Gershwin Theatre on Broadway, and the DAC of the South Korean government, and more.

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