Dee Roscioli’s home base is NYC but she has travelled the world singing and acting. Dee is best known for her record-breaking portrayal of Elphaba in the smash Broadway hit Wicked. Most recently, Dee was seen on Broadway in The Cher Show as the standby with numerous performances for Star and Lady. Dee was also seen in the 2015 Broadway revival of The Fiddler On The Roof, in the National Tour of Cats as Grizabella, and John Kander’s newest musical Kid Victory.
In addition to her theatre credits, she has performed twice as a headlining artist with the prestigious Philly Pops and has also performed as a headlining artist with 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 recently sang her solo show for a sold out audience at Birdland in NYC, in Chicago, as well as her hometown of Easton, PA. Ms. Roscioli 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. She can be heard on the original cast recording of Kid Victory, where she created the role of Emily. Ms. Roscioli has also been invited to sing at the prestigious Broadway on Broadway, accompanied by a 30-piece orchestra.
A versatile singing actor, Ben Davis was most recently seen on Broadway in the Tony Award Winning musical Dear Evan Hansen. His extensive Broadway career includes Mr. Lindquist in A Little Night Music with Elaine Stritch and Bernadette Peters, Javert and Enjolras in Les Miserables, as Trevor Graydon in Thoroughly Modern Millie and “The Preacher” in Violet. He received a Tony Honor and Ovation Award for his work as Marcello in Baz Luhrmann’s production of La Bohème. This fall, he starred in the off-Broadway production of On A Clear Day You Can See Forever at the Irish Repertory Theatre. Ben recently toured the country as Captain Von Trapp in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music. He starred as Fred/Petruchio in Kiss Me Kate at London's Royal Albert Hall as part of the BBC Proms and performed opposite Kelli O'Hara and Victor Garber in Kurt Weill's, Knickerbocker Holiday at Lincoln Center.
An active concert artist, Ben performed as a guest soloist at Tanglewood with the Boston Pops, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Caramoor Festival, the RTE Orchestra in Dublin, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Phoenix Symphony, Westchester Philharmonic w/Kelli O’Hara, and West Virginia Symphony. He also performed at The Hollywood Bowl as Patrick in Mame and in Bernstein’s Mass.
His TV and Film credits include a film version of Samuel Barber’s “A Hand of Bridge”, Papageno in ??“The Magic Flute” directed by Kenneth Branagh, “Blue Bloods”, “30 Rock”, and “Numb3rs”.