Rosie Callaghan
Actor, Singer, Host
“All art is quite useless.”
– Oscar Wilde

Rosie Callaghan (she/her) has performed on stages across Canada, from Antigonish, Nova Scotia to Prince Rupert, BC! She is so proud call herself a performer, and continues to treat each new day as an opportunity to listen, learn and grow.

Rosie is a graduate of both Dawson College’s Professional Theatre Program (Valedictorian) in her hometown of Montreal, and of Randolph College for the Performing Arts in Toronto. Upon graduating, she booked her first professional acting role as a Peek-a-Boo Girl and Clarinet Player in Centaur Theatre’s “Last Night at The Gayety”, written by legendary Montreal musical comedy duo Bowser and Blue. That experience ignited her passion for new work, and since then has been part of the development of many new Canadian pieces. Some highlights include The Hockey Sweater (Segal Centre), Frankenstein (Geordie/Kidoons), Robin Hood: The Great Escape (Festival Antigonish), Momento Mori and The Woods Witch (Playwrights Workshop Montreal) and Captain Aurora (Montreal Fringe). Notable credits include “It Shoulda Been You” (Segal Centre/DWYT), “The Comedy of Errors” (MSTC), “Spring Awakening” (Persephone Productions), “Heathers: The Musical”(We Are Here Prod.), “tick, tick… BOOM!” (Rentrobuff) “HAIR” (In The Wings), and 2 National Tours. Rosie has branched out into voice work aswell, having done spots for companies such as Air Canada, Bell, Spotify, Circle K, Saputo, and Gardasil, among many others.

Rosie has also received numerous awards for her work, including two Broadway World Awards, NATS Most Promising and Best in Class, and an Alternative Film Fest award. In 2021 she was selected to be part of Eclipse Theatre Company’s Inaugural “Emerging Artist Showcase”. She is also one of the recipients of the 2021-2022 Banks Prize.

As for the future, Rosie is very excited to always have something new on the horizon, whether it be for an upcoming contract, creating work of her own, or simply bettering herself and her craft. Rosie wishes to continue to create new musical work, with special interest in immersive theatre. She finds greatest joy and passion in creating pieces with focus on ensemble, and how to create as a collective.