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Emma booked her first co-star role for Apple Inc. Dickinson starring Hailee Steinfeld.
"The cadre of actresses distinguish themselves. Given that they have to overcome the leveling effect of wearing identical uniforms (with the exception of the keeper and the soccer mom), they imbue their roles with distinct personalities. While each does well, (one) of the bigger roles that are particularly well handled (is) Emma Roos as the demonstrative striker #7." - Victor Cordell
Emma has been cast cast #7 in "The Wolves" at the Marin Theatre Company. Show will play in March and April.
"Ado Annie will steal the show away if you let her, and Roos, her innocent face looking as surprised as we are by her antics, tears into it that character with eye-grabbing gusto." - B. A. Nilsson
"In the role of Ado Annie Carnes, Emma Roos sang persuasively, proving her command of broad comedy, in her blockbuster I’m Just a Girl who Cain’t Say No." - William Burnett
Emma is so excited to be returning to The Glimmerglass Festival this summer as "Ado Annie" in Oklahoma! directed by Molly Smith and choreographed by Parker Esse.
Emma will also be singing "No Good Deed" at the Stephen Schwartz concert on July 21st.
Emma was accepted and partipated in "Sorkin Week", a week long immersive program in the film and television industry in Los Angeles.
"Emma Roos bares the soul of Luisa Contini, drawing the audience in with her glistening blue eyes and capable storytelling. Every wave of vibrato resonates throughout the theater, trembling with the despair of a wife who longs for the man she knew long ago. Roos is a mature anomaly, seeming closer in talent to an experienced professional than a college student." - NewsHouse