A lovely tribute to a talented theatre artist. Bon voyage, Ed.
Ed Rosing – during a break in scenic painting on The Lady’s Not For Burning at Alumnae Theatre
March 11, 1929 – September 12, 2016
Ed Rosing (aka Eddie, Eduardo) was a creative soul with a quick, sharp wit, and a great love of classical music, opera and theatre. He played piano, was an original founding member of Cabbagetown Theatre, and worked as a respected interior decorator (into his late 80s, he still had two clients!), as well as a theatre set and lighting designer, scenic artist and director.
Ed and Cody Boyd, working on the lighting for The Lady’s Not For Burning at Alumnae Theatre
I met Ed at Alumnae Theatre and got to know him during a production of Lady Windermere’s Fan, where he was the lighting designer and I was playing Cecil Graham. His gorgeous lighting plot included a gradual sunset during the opening scenes…
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