Actress and performing arts teacher. Staten Islands own Tracy Rosenberg has now switched venues and entered the world of comedy with a bang! Her sharp comedic wit draws from some of the unusual experiences she faces in her personal life, including experiencing life as a teacher in the NYC school system, explaining to her children why Jewish is okay in a world where non-Jews seem to have more perks, and dealing with unexpected separation and divorce.
Tracy’s stand-up comedy career debuted in 2007 when she appeared at the Comedy Café in Philadelphia, and received a standing ovation from the audience. She then appeared in New York’s Village Ma in Greenwich Village, followed by Broadway Comedy Club, Caroline’s on Broadway, Stand Up NY and the Looney Bin. She was also a runner-up in the Broadway Comedy Club’s Funniest Jew in NY competition, and she placed second in the Looney Bin’s Wacky Wednesday’s competition. Tracy will be making her second appearance in the Staten Island Comedy Festival.
In addition to comedy, Tracy has appeared in numerous theatrical productions in the New York and New Jersey theater circuit including the musicals The Buddy Holly Story, Bye, Bye Birdie, Anything Goes, The Sound of Music and Gypsy; as well as dramatic productions including Stella Dallas, and Romeo and Juliet.
For the past ten years, Tracy has been asked to sing the National Anthem at the Staten Island Yankees minor league games, a true tribute to her musical ability.
To book Tracy for your upcoming club or event, Bar Mitzvah, Shower, Bath, Mah Jong Game, Barbecue, poker tournament, etc. you can call her at (917) 572-8708 or visit her at Tracyrosenbergcomedy.com.
You can also read some reviews of Tracy right here on TheStatenIslander.