Rosalie Craig On Stage - Theatre Credits, Bio and Tickets
Born on 30th May 1981, Rosalie Craig grew up in Nottingham before studying for a BA in Actor Musicianship at the Rose Bruford College of Theatre & Performance. She graduated in 2001 and went on to make her professional stage debut in Adrian Mitchell’s adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.
She scored her first leading role in a West End musical when she played Arwen in the musical adaptation of The Lord of the Rings at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in 2007. However, Craig gained huge notoriety in 2013 when she starred in Marianne Elliot’s production of The Light Princess at the National Theatre. She was nominated for an Olivier Award and won the Evening Standard Award for Best Musical Performance.
Craig has also appeared at the National Theatre in Rufus Norris’ production of musical London Road in 2011 (as well as Norris’ subsequent film adaptation), and productions of As You Like It and The Threepenny Opera.
In 2018, she joined the cast of Jez Butterworth’s smash-hit play The Ferryman, taking on the role of Caitlin Carney originally played by Laura Donnelly. From the summer of 2018, she returned to the Gielgud Theatre to star in Stephen Sondheim’s musical Company. The production will reunite Craig with the director, and sees the central character reimagined as a woman for the first time in the musical’s history.
Upcoming Shows Featuring Rosalie Craig
Previous shows Featuring Rosalie Craig
|Christmas at the (Snow) Globe||Woman||Shakespeare's Globe Theatre||2020 - 2021||News|
|City of Angels||Gabby/Bobbi||Garrick Theatre||2020||Tickets|
|Company||Bobbi||Gielgud Theatre||2018 - 2019||Review|
|The Ferryman||Caitlin Carney||Gielgud Theatre||2018||Review|
|The Threepenny Opera||Polly Peachum||Olivier Theatre, National||2015 - 2016||Review|
|As You Like It||Rosalind||Olivier Theatre, National||2016||Review|
|The Light Princess||Althea||National Theatre||2013 - 2014||Review|
|Ragtime Open Air Theatre 2012||Mother||Regent's Park Open Air Theatre||2012|
|London Road||Helen||Olivier Theatre, National||2012||Review|