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Dee Roscioli Born Template:Birth date and age 33 Easton, Pennsylvania Occupation Singer & Stage actress Dee Roscioli (born Danielle Marie Roscioli on July 20, 1977 in Easton, Pennsylvania) is an American singer and actress, who is probably best known for her performances as Elphaba in the Chicago and Broadway productions of the popular musical Wicked. Contents 1 Education 2 Wicked 3 Cats 4 Other Theatre 5 Charity performances 6 References 7 External links // Education She graduated from Wilson Area High School in 1995 and DeSales University in 1999. While at DeSales she performed in Act One's production of The Music Man as Marian the librarian and as the beggar woman in Sweeney Todd.[1] Wicked Dee made her Wicked debut on January 24, 2006, when she replaced Kristy Cates as the Standby for Elphaba in the Chicago production of the musical. She took over as lead on December 12, 2006 opposite Erin Mackey as Glinda. She played her final performance on June 1, 2008, before taking a temporary break for the summer. She returned on August 26, 2008 to close the production. The production closed on January 25, 2009, after becoming the most successful musical in Chicago history. From April 7–19, 2009, Roscioli filled in as the Standby for Elphaba in the San Francisco production, replacing Vicki Noon. On July 21, 2009, Roscioli made her Broadway debut reprising the role of Elphaba. She performed with several Glinda's during her run, including: Alli Mauzey, Erin Mackey and Katie Rose Clarke.[2] She played her final performance March 21, 2010. She was replaced by Mandy Gonzalez.[3] Cats Roscioli was cast in the principal role of "Grizabella" in a national tour of Andrew Lyoyd Webber's musical Cats from 2002 to 2003, performing the iconic song "Memory" twice nightly, and received critical acclaim for her performance.[4][5][6][7] Other Theatre From 2000 to 2001, Roscioli originated a lead role in a national touring production of Pokémon Live as Delia Ketchum and also contributed to the soundtrack.[8] In 2003, she participated in the off-broadway US debut of George Gershwin's Primrose which was presented in a concert format.[9][10] In 2005, she played Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors at Northern Stage.[11] She also participated in the workshop sessions of Behind the Limelight[12] and Dangerous Beauty[13] in New York City. Most recently, Dee worked on a new musical that was showcased for Immigrant Heritage Week in New York this past April called Liberty: A Monumental New Musical. In this new show, Dee played the lead, Liberty.[14] In late June of 2010, Dee performed in a sold out cabaret show "Decidedly Dee". It was located in NYC at the popular jazz club, Birdland. She also performed in the musical Therapy Rocks at Urban Stages in New York in September and October of 2010.[15] Charity performances On September 15, 2007, Roscioli participated in the AIDS walk for Chicago, and was joined by Erin Mackey, and various other cast members from Wicked . On January 12, 2009, she performed with others from the Wicked cast, as well as cast members of other Chicago and tour productions, in Defying Inequality; a cabaret enforcing the value of acceptance displayed in Wicked. References ^ Morning Call Easton native stars in national tour of 'Cats Aug 18 2002. cached versions: zoominfo.com, Cats Musical Forum, Wayback Machine. ^ Headlines: Dee Roscioli to Land on Broadway as Wicked's New Elphaba broadway.com staff, July 13, 2009 ^ Gans, Andrew.Mandy Gonzalez Will Fly Into Wicked in March playbill.com, February 23, 2010 ^ The Northerner 'Cats': It's the Cats Meow by Samantha Warner, Nov 27, 2002, retrieved May 10, 2008 ^ talkingbroadway.com Cats (review) by Scott Cain, retrieved May 10, 2008 ^ The Enquirer Young `Cats' energize Aronoff production by Joseph McDonough, Nov 21, 2002, retrieved May 10, 2008 ^ thefreelibrary.com 'Memory' serves well in 'Cats' by Evan Henerson, retrieved May 10, 2008 ^ Northeast Times The Cats meow is just purrfect by Tom Waring Aug 11, 2002, retrieved on May 27, 2008. ^ Musicals Tonight! Primrose (George & Ira Gershwin) retrieved May 27, 2008. ^ broadwayworld.com Primrose (Musicals Tonight! Concert, 2003) retrieved May 27, 2008 ^ Randolph Herald ‘Shop of Horrors’ Is a Winner At Northern Stage by Charlie McMeekin Apr 7, 2005 retrieved May 27, 2008 ^ Behind the Limelight Official Website retrieved on May 10, 2008 ^ Broadwayworld.com Powerful and romantic new musical, Dangerous Beauty, premieres July 7–10 at the New York Stage and Film/Vassar Powerhouse by Nathan Vernon July 5, 2005, retrieved on May 10, 2008 ^ Broadwayworld.com Liberty: a Monumental New Musical Presented During Immigrant Heritage Week Apr 1, 2010, retrieved Apr 3, 2010 ^ Therapy Rocks Musical, with Dee Roscioli, Allie Schulz and Rachel Stern, Begins Sept. 27 Retrieved Oct 3, 2010 External links Internet Broadway Database listing [1] Persondata Name Roscioli, Dee Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 20, 1977 Place of birth Easton, Pennsylvania Date of death Place of death