CESAR J. ROSADO is a New York City native by way of the Bronx. He is a founding member of the Middle Voice at Rattlestick and a member of the Rising Phoenix Rep. 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 where he studied at the Shakespeare’s Globe in London.


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.


NONFORPROFITS

When not pursuing his acting career Cesar fills his time working for various Nonforprofits through out the city of New York as a Teaching Artist. Learn more about these programs below:


Drama Club is an organization that provides theatre programming to incarcerated and court-involved young people. We are a mobile drama club, bringing our classes into juvenile detention centers, jails and community centers throughout the city. It started as a rehearsal process of a play at Crossroads Juvenile Center, which was presented as a staged reading for staff, fellow residents and family members. The success of this project blossomed into a consistent year-round program.  

Currently, Drama Club works with approximately 500 individual students between the ages of 10-21, developing theatre is offered at five different sites, across three boroughs:

  • Crossroads Juvenile Center in Brooklyn

  • Horizon Juvenile Center in the South Bronx

  • The Robert N. Davoren Center (RNDC) on Rikers Island for adolescent boys

  • The Rose M. Singer Center (RMSC) on Rikers Island for adolescent girls and young women

  • The Door for systems involved youth in lower Manhattan