CESAR J. ROSADO is a Bronx native and is a founding member and Co-Artistic Director of the Middle Voice at Rattlestick. Cesar is an alumnus of the Atlantic Theater Company Conservatory and received his BFA at The Mason Gross School of the Arts, at Rutgers University. His latest works include: The Workshop dir. Knud Adams (Soft Focus/HB Playwrights Theater); Red Emma and the Mad Monk dir. Katie Lindsay (Ars Novas AntFest); Seven Spots on the Sun dir. Weyni Mengesha (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater); Dolphins and Sharks dir. Charlotte Brathwaite (Labyrinth Theater Company); The Orchard dir. Sean B Leo (Sun Strange Theater Co.); Dolphins and Sharks dir. Nelson Eusebio (The Berkshire Playwrights Lab at the Mahaiwe Theater); The Invincible Ones dir. Jenna Worsham (Columbia University MFA Playwrights showcase at Signature Theater); Lights Over Philo dir. Lee Sunday Evans (Rutgers Theater Company); Exposure dir. Victor Cervantes (Middle Voice at Rattlestick); Henry V dir. Michael Sexton (Rutgers Theater Company); Henry V dir. Tim Walker (The London Shakespeare's Globe Education); and, An Evening of Odets dir. Moritz von Stuelpnagel (Rutgers Theater Company). Cesar also plays the role of Jonathan in the pilot Guap by Chris Myers.


MIDDLE VOICE AT RATTLESTICK is the apprentice company of Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. Middle Voice is a collective of young actors, directors, designers, and playwrights from diverse backgrounds. Middle Voice mission is to create theater that embraces risk and encourages ensemble, and to reach different class segments in American society through the company's work. Middle Voice strives with its theatrical productions to create meaningful conversations with its audiences, founded in the belief that starting a conversation has the power to breed mutual understanding.

To learn more about the Middle Voice click on the MV logo above or email us at: middlevoice@rattlestick.org