Former Broadway Child Actor Rosh Lowe Founds Public Speaking Training Program, MICDROP

Former Broadway Child Actor Rosh Lowe Founds Public Speaking Training Program, MICDROP

Rosh Lowe grew up on Broadway. He was ten years old when he made his Broadway debut sharing the stage with Angela Lansbury in the 1983 revival of Mame.

"I was taught by the best," says Rosh, who also appeared on Broadway in Nine and Oliver.

"The lessons I learned on the stage stayed with me for life. I always wanted to share the magic of connection with people. And now I am doing that. I am taking people who have a fear of public speaking and putting them on stage."

Rosh founded MicDrop, a full-service public speaking firm that provides companies with a unique team-building concept.

"Here's how it works. I go into companies and I train employees for two days. They are tasked with giving a five to seven-minute speech based on a life story. I teach them structure and performance. It then culminates in a performance where the entire company is present. There are judges and the audience votes on the winner. If you can speak on a stage in front of an audience, you can speak. This competition destroys the fear and gives participants freedom."

Rosh has spent the past two decades as an award-winning television reporter in Miami and realizes that everyone has a story.

"There is power in the individual's story. With MicDrop, I saw how I could marry my two passions: storytelling and performance. Once you stand on a Broadway stage, you are given a gift-the ability to connect with an audience. I decided that I was going to share this gift with the world. I saw so many people who lived their lives in silence. They were so frightened to speak. I knew I could help them."

Rosh has trained hundreds of people using his formula for communication. He has also had success working with those at multiple levels of organizations. Of his many clients, many are CEOs of large companies, and found this training invaluable. With his guidance, they were able to overcome a profound fear of public speaking and use their voice as a consistent professional resource.

MicDrop is debuting Monday, August 13th at the Hamilton Stage located at 360 Hamilton Street, Rahway, NJ 07065. The performance starts at 7:30 p.m. The participants in this competition are employees of US Mobile phones.

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