Filmed over the course of two years, Rosehardt: Live at National Sawdust chronicles the rising creator’s artistic and emotional journey before and throughout the COVID-19 era. This concert film and music documentary hybrid offers audiences a raw and unfiltered look into the experience of what it means to be an artist – and, more importantly, human – in our new world.
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A Film by Gabriel Gomez & Alice Plati
Presented by Project Supertouch | A Crooked Letter Production
After exploding onto the scene in 2018 with the release of his debut album, Songs in the Key of Solitude, and following an extended hiatus from live performance, March 12, 2020 was set to be the artist Rosehardt's first sold-out show in over two years. Instead, it became the day that changed all of our lives forever. As the pandemic swept across the globe, Rosehardt canceled his show and focused on the future. Now, he’s returned. Filmed over the course of two years, Rosehardt: Live at National Sawdust chronicles the rising creator’s artistic and emotional journey before and throughout the COVID-19 era. This concert film and music documentary hybrid offers audiences a raw and unfiltered look into the experience of what it means to be an artist – and, more importantly, human – in our new world. Following a world-premiere screening of the film, stay with us for a night of live music with Rosehardt and Little Kruta, New York City's dynamic all-women multi-genre orchestra.
Caleb Eberhardt AKA Rosehardt is a self-produced R&B / hip-hop artist and actor from San Francisco, currently based out of Brooklyn. Rosehardt made his debut in Tarrell Alvin McCranney's 2019 Tony-nominated play Choir Boy, followed by performances in Crystal Moselle's Betty (HBO) and the Ryan Coogler-produced Judas and The Black Messiah. With upwards of 1 million total streams of his debut album Songs in the Key of Solitude, sold-out performances in multiple cities and a powerful “COLORS'' performance that’s nearing 3 million plays on YouTube, Rosehardt occupies both the music and acting worlds with power and grace. Kristine Kruta is a committed studio artist and live performer who has contributed her talents to countless albums, film scores and live events. In her role as a producer and orchestrator, Kristine founded the multi-genre orchestra Little Kruta, an ensemble focused on uplifting women artists with an emphasis in contracting, arranging, recording, composition and performance.