Singer. Actor. Dancer. Director. Choreographer. Improvisor. Prosciutto Enthusiast.
Rosalie Burke, Todd Horman, and Meg Bussert. Man of La Mancha at Barrington Stage.
Rosalie Burke is a performer in New York City, last seen in ads for Ketel One Botanical, Investigation Discovery Network, and on stage as Katie Brown in Musicals Tonight's 100th revival, Calamity Jane. Previous credits include Barrington Stage, Lake Dillon Theatre, Media Theatre, Ocean State Theatre Company, various contracts with Walt Disney Entertainment, as well as numerous staged readings and workshops in NYC.
Rosalie worked as the assistant director for What Do You Say at the End of the World? by Emily Welty, a finalist of the Long Island City One Act Festival at the Secret Theatre. She was associate director/choreographer for NYMF's Night Tide during summer 2017, assisting Luis Villabon. Previous choreography credits include You're a Good Man Charlie Brown (Lake Dillon), The Addams Family, (Little Radicals Theatrics), Damn Yankees (Little Radicals Theatrics), Nine, (NYU Tisch), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (NYU Tisch), and Jesus Christ Superstar (NYU Tisch).
Rosalie studied improv and comedy at Upright Citizen's Brigade in New York, under direction of Zack Willis, John Frusciante, Silvija Ozoles, and Brandon Scott Jones. She can be seen in the Time Out New York featured show Late Night With Lani.