B.A. Hampshire College
Area: improvisational acting. Rosemary has lived in New York City for over twenty years, working as an actress, director, teacher, arts administrator and producer. She orginated roles in numerous experimental theater productions, working with Mabou Mines, The Talking Band, The Other Theater and The Roy Hart Theatre. She frequently collaborated with the director Joseph Chaikin and has performed in a number of Jean-Claude van Itallie’s plays including Sunset Freeway, which was written for her. Rosemary has studied the voice work of The Roy Hart Theatre since 1983 and teaches and directs at their center in the south of France in the summers. She has guest taught at Hampshire, Naropa, Princeton and Williams Colleges. Rosemary is also the director of the Tisch High School Summer Acting Program in Paris, France.
Studio Affiliation: ETW