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That may not sound particularly taxing, but when you're on the verge of exhaustion, taxing is subjective—even talking to the Fed Ex man to give him directions to your apartment can be taxing! But every time I picked up the phone to change that vacation, I started crying.I was feeling overwhelmed, and when I was invited to sing at a fund-raiser in New York, I forgot to respond. And I thought, "It's very special to be able to do what I do, and it's a blessing. Somehow in the whirlwind that had been my life for the past five years, my moorings had loosened. I didn't postpone my trip to Vietnam, because I realized: How often would I have an opportunity like that? I said no to save my health, my peace of mind and my life."But, thankfully, Courtney [Kemp, Executive Producer of "Power"] gave me a call ahead of time to let me know that it was happening, and that it wasn't about me or the quality of my work." Since season three, the American Conservatory Theatre alum has portrayed the menacing dirty cop with a frightening intensity, a big change from earlier roles like Tiana — the first black Disney Princess — in “The Princess and the Frog.” “I’d never had the chance to play a character like [Jukebox] before." “It was a nice challenge.” Rose has steadily built a solid acting career over the years, with roles that revel in the black perspective — from a breathtaking turn in “A Raisin in the Sun” on Broadway to HBO’s “The No.
Rose appeared in the films Just Add Water, Razor, and Disney's 2009 animated feature The Princess and the Frog, as the voice of the lead character Tiana; the character is Disney's first African-American princess.
She is the way she is and I felt like I knew her.” And as far as researching dirty cops for the role goes, Rose quips, “we have plenty of examples in the news.” These days, the media is flooded not only with news of cops gone bad, but with political scandals (collusion, anyone?
) and legislative turmoil — like the healthcare fight that gripped our country last week.
She then attended Florida A&M University where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in theatre, and started studying drama at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, California. After three months, she secured the role of Rusty in Broadway's Footloose.
She followed Footloose with numerous workshops and two musicals using pre-existing song catalogs, Eli's Comin' Off-Broadway and Me and Mrs. Both of the full-scale tuners were rumored for transfers, but neither made it anywhere after their limited engagements ended.