Carol Roscoe

actor/writer/director

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Summer begins a new round of auditions, workshops, and writing projects. More details soon!

If There's A Hell Below

I've seen no better example of how powerful storytelling can be than IF THERE'S A HELL BELOW. - Film Colossus -

February, 2018. Proud to be a small part of this beautiful, moving production.

Recently….

Spunky! You gotta' love a gal like Carol Roscoe. Her determined and high-spirited energy is contagious, and I couldn't help but dig her quick, passionate moves in front of my lens. She's a fire cracker who seems to have just stepped out of Grease. And I've got serious belt buckle envy.

Carol has directed over 50 plays including 7 world premieres, a quarter of Shakespeare's canon, a few musicals and an opera. Recent work includes The Most Dangerous Woman in America at 18th Avenue Arts, Loves Labours Lost for Seattle Pacific University, Urinetown at Cornish College of the Arts. Other credits include, The God Game, Singing In the Rain, Emma, The Art of Racing in the Rain, Reckless, Bug, Dead Man's Cell Phone, End Days, Stop Kiss, Halcyon Days, Betrayal, Wit, Proof, Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow, Winter's Tale, Complete Wks of Willm Shakespeare, Don’t You Dare Love Me, The Vertical Hour, Retreat from Moscow and others. Formerly she has served as Artistic Associate at Seattle Public Theater, on the Board of Directors of Greenstage Theater, and was a founding member of Green Highway Theater in Chicago. Carol teaches at Cornish College of the Arts and a member of the Sandbox Arts Collective. She holds an MFA from The Shakespeare Theater at George Washington University and a BA from University of Chicago.

SPU Presents Love's Labours Lost

Promo video for the spring show 2018

LOVE’S LABOURS LOST at Seattle Pacific University. The Story: The King of Navarre and his friends heedlessly vow to abstain from earthly pleasures - sleep, food, and the very sight of women — for three full years in order to pursue the delights of the mind. No sooner is the oath sworn, but, the determined Princess of France, (along with her witty & beautiful ladies-in-waiting, ) arrive to negotiate an old treaty. It is love at first sight —for some of them. Sparkling banter, outrageous disguises, songs and dancing follow as Love labors to overcome high-minded resolve.
The Details: McKinley Hall, 3225 Third Avenue West
Seattle, WA 98119

April 19-21 at 7:30. April 22 at 2pm. April 26-28 at 7:30 April 29 at 2pm
Tickets: Click here for tickets: Seattle Pacific University Theatre DeptOr You can purchase tickets by phone at 206-281-2959, or in person from the Box Office inMcKinley Hall.

If There's a Hell Below - Official Movie Trailer - (2016)

SUBSCRIBE: bit.ly/DARKSKY_YT Abe's an ambitious young journalist hungry for a story that will launch his career. Debra works in national security and has a serious revelation to leak. In a few minutes, they will meet for the first time. In an hour, one of them will be dead.

As part of making If There’s a Hell Below, Seed & Spark invited me to write a guest post for BitchFlicks.