Välismaal, eriti USAs, on helesinise unistuse püüdmine riskantne ettevõtmine. Aga eestlanna Kristi Roosmaa on seda just teinud ning väga edukalt. Kristi on kaasa löönud muusikalides, teleshow'des ja enda produtseeritud mängufilmis. Kohe emaks saav naine aga peatumise märke ei näita.
A release of new music from composer/writer Johanna Telander's project in development: Kalevala the Musical has created thousands of online video plays and significant media buzz in New York and Northern Europe in the very brief time since its online distribution began.
Estonians and Finns in New York City team up to bring the legendary Finnish national epic Kalevala to Broadway. A production, initiated by a Finnish origin singer-songwriter Johanna Telander, was inspired by the 100th anniversary of Finland to celebrate and popularize an iconic story that has inspired many through generations.
Actress and producer Kristi Roosmaa shares the unforgettable story of a young immigrant pursuing her dreams in the new heartfelt short film, Wildflower. The film had a Special Preview Screening presented by New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) as part of their 2018 Women Filmmakers: Immigrant Stories Screening Series – Women Actors Turn Filmmakers, which was held on May 17th at the Museum of Moving Images in Queens, NY.
Actress and Producer Kristi Roosmaa shares a universal story starring as a young immigrant pursuing her dreams in the new heartfelt short film, WILDFLOWER.
Studying musical theatre has been my dream ever since I was a child in my home country, Estonia. I first performed at age five and have been singing ever since. Even though I ended up studying law, my passion never dwindled, and I secretly dreamed of having a career as a professional actress and singer.
Kristi Roosmaa is an actress and singer of Estonian origin and is the first Estonian musical theatre singer to perform as a soloist at the world renowned Carnegie Hall in New York City.