Lindsay Roginski is an American actress, singer, dancer that critics have applauded for bringing a rare, old-time Broadway glamour to every role.
Lindsay is honored to be returning to Tuacahn Amphitheatre for their 2021 season playing the Pirate Queen in Frank Wildhorn's new musical, The Count of Monte Cristo. Audiences may remember her from last season as Ursula in The Little Mermaid, Elsa Schrader in The Sound of Music, and Mary Poppins in Disney's When You Wish. Lindsay was a Principal Singer in Steve Wynn's ShowStoppers at the Wynn Las Vegas. Starred as Roxie Hart on Broadway in Chicago the Musical, the National Tour, and at Sacramento Music Circus. Starred as Lola in Damn Yankees opposite Richard Kind and at Sacramento Music Circus. Off-Broadway: La Goulou in The Fartiste. She was a Principal Singer in Heat Wave: The Jack Cole Project, directed and choreographed by Chet Walker, the creator of Fosse. Her other credits include Beauty and the Beast, Annie, Grease, 42nd Street, Godspell, Crazy for You, Closer Than Ever, My One and Only, and more. Lindsay has performed her one-woman show at the prestigious Metropolitan Room, Iridium Jazz Club, and 54 Below.