New York improviser: Arielle Rosales

Arielle Rosales

A native New Yorker, Arielle Rosales discovered her love for the performing arts at a young age. She has had the opportunity to perform throughout the U.S. and the U.K., including venues such as Carnegie Hall, Joyce SoHo, The New Victory Theatre, NPR, The Today Show, and has two recordings with The St. Bartholomew Choir. After many years of singing and dancing, Arielle quickly caught the acting bug and worked her way towards getting her training. She graduated high school in 3 years, after spending several summers at NYU and Hunter College, and received a scholarship to attend The American Musical & Dramatic Academy in New York, majoring in Musical Theatre. Shortly after graduating, Arielle booked her first job as the lead in a Nokia commercial with many projects to follow, both on camera and on the stage. Arielle has since continued her training at The Australian Institute of Dramatic Arts, as well as The People’s Improv Theatre and Upright Citizens Brigade, studying improv. Aside from acting, Arielle is a professional Flamenco dancer, currently dancing with companies in both New York and Chicago, including Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, Andrea del Conte Danza España, and Soul & Duende, and is on the teaching faculty of Steps on Broadway. Arielle is now a Featured Player with the Latino sketch comedy group, "Ay Que Funny!" which is now in their 2nd Season!