Cesar A. Rocha
Originally from Miami, Florida, Cesar attended the University of Cincinnati's College Conservatory of Music (CCM) in the Theatre Design and Production program concentrating in stage management. Cesar has been a part of Telsey + Company since 2009. Telsey + Company's Broadway casting includes Sister Act, Catch Me If You Can, Women on the Verge…, Spider-Man, Baby It's You, The Normal Heart, Elf, 9-to-5, Reasons to be Pretty, Blithe Spirit, Next to Normal, Rock of Ages, Desire Under the Elms, You're Welcome America…, Rent, Wicked, In the Heights, South Pacific, Hairspray, Speed-The-Plow, Equus, Legally Blonde, A Catered Affair, The Homecoming, Talk Radio, Company, November, Grey Gardens, The Color Purple, The Rocky Horror Show, All Shook Up, Tarzan, and Sweeney Todd. Some of Telsey + Company's off-Broadway casting credits include The Other Place, Angeles in America at the Signature, 50 Words, Wit, The Third Story, The Fantasticks, Almost an Evening, De La Guarda and several theatre companies including the Atlantic Theatre Company, Signature Theatre, Westport Playhouse, New York Theater Workshop, Drama Dept, ACT in San Francisco, La Jolla Playhouse, McCarter Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, The Hartford Stage Company, and The Goodman Theatre. Film credits include Jonah Hex, Friends with Kids, The Odd Life of Timothy Green, 17 Photos of Isabel, Rachel Getting Married, Sex and the City: The Movie 1 & 2, Across the Universe, Dan in Real Life, Pieces of April, Rent, and many more. Telsey + Company is also responsible for casting several national tours, commericals, and television projects.
Eliza Ventura is the Artistic Director and co-Founder of CAP21. Eliza has produced over 30 new musicals as well as 9 Festivals of new work for CAP21. She created the Monday Night Series, the Round Table Reading Series and established the Writers Co-op. She is responsible for choosing the artists and overseeing each project. She was the lead dramaturge for the following CAP21 productions: The Immigrant ( Stephen Alper, Sarah Knapp, Mark Harelik ) moved to Denver Center Theater, Coconut Grove and New World Stages; The 60s Project (Janet Brenner) moved to Goodspeed; A Womb With a View (Debra Barsha) moved to the Public Theatre, Passages Theater; One Child Born-The Songs of Laura Nyro (Kate Ferber and Louis Greenstein) moved to Joe's Pub; Pages (Will Van Dyke and Josh Halloway); Cloaked (Danny Larson and Michelle Elliot, recipients of the 2011 Jonathan Larson Award) moved to The Village Theater; The Usher's Ball (Mary Fengar Gael and Dennis McCarthy); The Trouble With Doug (Daniel Mate and Will Aronson) chosen NAMT Festival Fall '10; The Giver (Scott Murphy and Nathan Christianson), chosen NAMT Festival Fall '10; Six of One (Scott Burkell and Paul Loesel).