David Rosenberg is a New York City-based actor and playwright. He is currently a fourth year MFA Acting Candidate in the Juilliard School's Drama Division. He graduated in 2013 with a BFA in Drama (and a double major in Political Science!), from New York University, where he spent four years studying at the CAP21 studio.
At Juilliard, he has appeared as the title character in Richard II, Tokio in Golden Boy, Claudius and The King's Ghost in Hamlet, as Lawrence Vail in Once in a Lifetime, Bolt and Thaliart in Pericles, and Pinky in Our Lady of 121st Street, among others.
His professional credits include two seasons in the Non-Equity Company of the Williamstown Theater Festival, where he performed on the mainstage in June Moon, as well as the Williamstown productions of Carol Churchill's Mad Forest , Joe Tracz's Song For a Future Generation, and the world premiere of the new musical The Dixon Family Album. He's also appeared in Chelsea Marcantel's Airness and as Jacques in As You Like It at the Chautauqua Theater Company. In 2014 he performed as Liam Haber in Bad Jews at GableStage in his hometown of Miami. He appeared Off-Broadway in the American Premiere of Lies My Father Told Me, a new musical based on the Oscar-nominated film.
As an improviser, he has trained and performed at the UCB Theater, in shows like Marquee: The Improvised Movie, The Word, The Improvised Play, The Word, The Squeezebox, and The Machine.
He writes plays too. You can read 'em if you want to.
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