Rosanna Winner

Rosanna is no longer teaching at Italia Performing Arts.

Rosanna Winner started performing at the age of two, singing with her mother at church events. This love of performing led to her desire to dance. She took up square dancing, following in the footsteps of her great uncle, Ralph Case and his group the Ralph Case Dancers.

The theatre bug bit in 1996 when her 6th grade class performed in an original musical written specifically for them. All through middle and high school Rosanna performed in every band, choir, theater class and performance she could.

Rosanna’s love of performing followed her to Sweet Briar College where she graduated with a B.A. in an interdisciplinary major of Theater, Music and Dance in 2007. During her years at SBC she gained experience in choreography and directing. After graduation Rosanna taught private dance lessons and served as Artist in Residence and Director for Shrine Mont’s Music and Drama camps.

After taking a few years off to start and raise a family, Rosanna is excited to jump back in to the performing world with Italia Performing Arts.