James D. Rosenberger has worked as a professional actor, musician
and voice over talent since 1970. His stage credits include leading
roles at Cincinnati's Playhouse in the Park, the Canadian Theatre Ensemble Savage God and in productions in
Canada, USA and Europe. He received a MFA in Theater from the prestigious York
University, Toronto, Canada.
James has also worked extensively in radio, television and film
working with everyone from John Cage for the CBC Radio production
'Lecture on the Weather' in 1975 to appearing in "Unsolved Mysteries"
in 1996. He has been featured in over 350 commercial and industrial
productions for companies like: Procter and Gamble, Eli Lilly, AT&T,
Kraft Foods, Bigg's, Pizza Hut, United Dairy Farmers, and Provident
Bank among others. He is a member of both SAG and AFTRA.
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"James D. Rosenberger: Works 1975-2005"
Who else would combine on DVD a 30:00 interview with Robert Wilson on theatre and television, a conversation with Graham Nash about music and photograpy, a tribue to fugu and the first "video theatre work" premiered @ Spaces, Cleveland, Ohio in 1978? The answer: James Rosenberger, in celebration of 30 years creating videos, theatre and performance art.
A full listing on "James D. Rosenberger: Works 1975-2005"
- "Auschwitz Remembered" 2005 video short of slides taken on All Saints Day, November, 1975. View free clip
- "CRACKERS!!!" 1978 "video theatre" event presented at Spaces, Ohio. See free sample below.
- "Dissonance by the Glenn Branca Band" 1981 award winning video of The Glenn Branca's Band concert at Bogart's. View a sample of Dissonance at: glennbranca.com (DSL/Cable)
- "Das Marchen: The Parable" 1979 performance art and video installation presented at the Tribute to Surrealism Festival.
- "Fugu Feast" 1998 Video short, produced in Miyazaki, Japan. View a sample of Fugu Feast.
- "Graham Nash Interview/PSA" 1979 Video short, produced for the CAC, Cincinnati. View free clip
- "Johnny & The Dicks" 1977 Video docummentation of Cleveland's punk visual rock band.
- "L'Amiral Cherche Une Maison a Louer" 1984 Simultaneous French, English and German Surrealist poem created for the OAC exhibit "Border to Border".
- Robert Wilson" 1980 rare interview with Mr. Wilson on the eve of his first museum exhibit for the CAC, Cincinnati. View free interview
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The following programs are free and represent Mr. Rosenberger's first attempts at "video theatre" and his first NPR radio broadcast.
Adapted from the Mason Williams short story "How to Derive the Maximum
Enjoyment from Eating Crackers", Mr. Rosenberger's first "videotheatre"
effort, uses pre-recorded video, multiple slide projectors and live
performance intro to a video installation and playback. Said video
portion was shot and assemble edited LIVE on 9 locations with a
portable Betamax recorder and is presented intact. The work premiered
at the SPACES gallery opening in 1978, and has reappeared subsequently
at SPACES 10th and 20th Anniversary events.
Written by Paul Wick, produced, performed and directed by Mr. Rosenberger, this
forty-two second horizontal and vertical "simultaneous audiopoem"
was selected to be presented on National Public Radio's Hi-Tech
Etude program series in 1982. Mr. Rosenberger also premiered the
work live at VideoCabaret in Toronto and had it also featured at
PS 122's Performance Series "Shorts" in NYC in 1984.
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Contact information for James:
James D. Rosenberger
P.O Box 8131
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
PH: 513.321.8002 (cell)
PH: 513.843.6987 (land/fax)
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