ABOUT DEE ROSCIOLI
Dee Roscioli is best known for her portrayal of Elphaba in the smash Broadway
hit Wicked. She has performed this role on Broadway, in Chicago and across the US and holds the distinction of having performed Elphaba in more performances than any other actress. This past summer, Dee performed the leading role of Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. Additional NY credits include The 24-Hour Musicals, Murder Ballad (Workshop, Manhattan Theatre Club), Therapy Rocks (NYMF). She has also performed Grizabella in the National Tour of Cats.
She recently sang her solo show for a sold out audience at Birdland in NYC and in
Chicago as well. She was a special guest of Anthony Rapp and Adam Pascal at their concert, and appeared opposite Anthony Rapp in a critically acclaimed performance in a new play entitled Dedalus Lounge. Ms. Roscioli has also been invited to sing at the prestigious Broadway on Broadway, accompanied by a 30-piece orchestra.
ABOUT JACKIE BURNS
Jackie Burns is a bi-coastal actress who holds the title of Broadway’s longest running Elphaba in WICKED she is the face of the brand. She has also played Elphaba on the National Tour, where her performance received an Irene Award nomination. She replaced Tony Award® winning Idina Menzel in the national tour of If/Then where she received rave reviews for her performance and was also a part of the original Broadway company. Her other Broadway and off- Broadway credits include the Tony Award-winning revival of Hair (original Broadway company member) and Rock of Ages (original Off-Broadway company member) Jackie can be heard on the cast recordings for Hair, Island Song, A Killer Party and has done over 50 demos for upcoming musicals. Film/TV credits include, "Set it Up", "The Magnificent Meyersons", “Ghost”. Jackie has sung all over the world with Grammy and Tony Award winning composer Frank Wildhorn (Jekyll and Hyde) as his featured female singer. She also works with John Such Artists’ Management as one of his featured singers in concert venues all across the country