Dee Roscioli


I like to focus on acting the song. Specifically finding a way to personalize the moments within the song to create clear storytelling unique to the performer. Although I wouldn’t label myself a teacher of any specific vocal technique, I can, however, guide a singer through “trouble spots” with specific notes or breathing issues. I also love helping to build young artists’ confidence and easing performance anxieties.

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Dee Roscioli’s call’s NYC home but she has travelled the world as a singer and actor and is originally from Easton PA. Dee is best known for her 7 year record-breaking run as Elphaba in the smash Broadway hit Wicked, where she led the Broadway, Chicago, San Francisco and 1st National Touring Companies. Most recently, Dee was seen on Broadway in The Cher Show portraying the pop icon herself as both Star and Lady Cher. Dee was profoundly honored to perform with her “Cher Show” cast members on the 2019 Tony Awards. In 2015 she was invited into the closing company of the Broadway revival of Fiddler On The Roof playing the mischievous Fruma Sarah, which was was filmed and archived for the prestigious Lincoln Center’s performance library. Dee has also had the privilege of creating the role of Emily in John Kander’s new musical Kid Victory, where she was directed by the incomparable Liesl Tommy. This production went on to have a critically acclaimed run at the Vineyard Theatre in NYC and she can also be heard on the Original Cast Recording, which is available on iTunes.
In addition to her theatre credits, she has performed twice as a headlining artist with the incomparable Philly Pops and has also headlined for the Boulder Philharmonic, Brazos Valley Symphony, Pennsylvania Philharmonic, South Bend Symphony, Corpus Christi Symphony, Missouri Symphony, Desert Symphony, as well as the International Music Festival in Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic and return concert engagements in Taipei, Taiwan. She has also created her solo show for the legendary Birdland Jazz, 54 Below and the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival cabaret series. For updates on Dee follow her on Instagram and Facebook! @deeroscioli


This purchase benefits The Actors Fund.

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