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Rosanna Liuski

Rosanna Liuski has been passionate about theatre for the past decade. As an actor her biggest achievements have been in Finnish National theatre's Rambo (Elina Kilkku, 2015) and also in Culture House Martinus' SKAM premiere (Tiina Brännare, 2020) where she played the lead, Eva.

As a reviewer she always looks for the deeper meanings in the performances, either psychologically, politically or philosophically. She states that "theatre is for entertainment, a moment for escape, but most importantly for growth; an imaginative pathway to understand the world."

Her goal is to become a director and currently she is studying physiotherapy in Helsinki, keen about psychophysiology.

She has been on Broadwayworld since Autumn 2018.

If you want Rosanna Liuski to review your show, any kind from hobbyist to professionals contact her: liuski.broadwayworldfinland@gmail.com




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