May 1st, 2011

Avenue Q

We created a variety of video elements for the Phoenix Theatre‘s 2011 production of Avenue Q. Interested in using these videos in your production? Click here for more information.

Opening Video

The artwork in this video was illustrated and animated by local designer Ben Phillippe.

Purpose/Propose

Alternate Purpose/Propose

Princeton’s Jobs

Five Nightstands

Commitment

Fantasies Come True

Lucy The Slut EKG Animations

The rental includes a set of animations just labeled “Lucy” to use with the school edition of Avenue Q.

Around The Clock Cafe

Intermission

Rent Avenue Q Videos

These videos are available for license for your own theatre’s production. Specifically, licensing includes:

  • Opening Video
  • Princeton’s Jobs
  • Fantasies Come True
  • Purpose
  • Purpose Transition to Propose (two versions)
  • Five Nightstands
  • Commitment
  • Lucy The Slut EKG Opening, EKG Loop, Flatline and Resurrection Loop
  • Around the Clock Cafe Flickering Neon Sign
  • Monsterssori School Slide
  • Intermission and Ending Title Loops with Lights

Videos for Princeton’s Jobs and Fantasies Come True are included, and feature the MTI puppets. For an additional cost, we can help you put together a Princeton video with provided photos. We did not produce videos for Schadenfreude or a “propose” nightmare sequence.

Videos are available in either 4×3 or 16×9 format. We do not provide software or support for actual playback of the videos, but are happy to point you in the right direction. Pricing is based on the number of performances. Please contact Zach Rosing Productions for more information.

Feb 3rd, 2011

A Contemporary American’s Guide to a Successful Marriage ©1959

We created this “educational film” to open Theatre on the Square‘s new production of A Contemporary American’s Guide to a Successful Marriage ©1959.

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Jan 1st, 2011

Project 365: 2010

In 2007, I took a photo every day for an entire year. I documented the entire process here on Flickr. This past year I decided to try it again, and once again, I succeeded.

Check out my photos below, or view them all (and read my captions) as a slideshow.

January

January 1st / 1January 2nd / 2January 3rd / 3January 4th / 4January 5th / 5January 6th / 6January 7th / 7January 8th / 8January 9th / 9January 10th / 10January 11th / 11January 12th / 12January 13th / 13January 14th / 14January 15th / 15January 16th / 16January 17th / 17January 18th / 18January 19th / 19January 20th / 20January 21st / 21January 22nd / 22January 23rd / 23January 24th / 24January 25th / 25January 26th / 26January 27th / 27January 28th / 28January 29th / 29January 30th / 30January 31st / 31

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Dec 15th, 2010

Season’s Greetings from the Phoenix

As a part of the Phoenix Theatre’s A Very Phoenix X-Mas 4 and 5, we created a series of The Office-style clips entitled “Season’s Greetings from the Phoenix”. These segments were shown in between sketches during the 2009 and 2010 productions of the show. Check out some of the funnier ones below.

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Oct 31st, 2010

Night of the Living Dead LIVE

In 2010, Footlite Musicals presented the stage version of George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead as a Halloween fundraiser. In addition to setting up sound for the show, including various sound practicals for radio effects and off-stage explosions, I designed two video projections for the newscasts that appear in the play.

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Jun 3rd, 2010

How I Learned To Drive

Excerpts from Carmel Community Players‘ 2010 production of How I Learned To Drive. I designed the slides and other multimedia projected during the show.

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Apr 15th, 2010

Treat People Better Award

A video produced for Hendricks Regional Health of Danville honoring Bobbi Gray, winner of the hospital’s 2009 Treat People Better award. This is our first video produced in High Definition.

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Dec 12th, 2009

The Wizard of Oz

A sampling of video elements used in Indianapolis Civic Theatre‘s 2008 and 2009 productions of The Wizard of Oz.

We produced a variety of short clips that are projected during the show, including a scene with the Wicked Witch, and two segments inside the Wizard’s Chamber.

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