Hi, I’m Daisy Rosario and I am a storyteller, comic, and writer from New York City. Usually to keep it simple I just say I am “good with words.”
Born and raised in a surreal version of Brooklyn, I got a BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. In my time at Tisch I studied experimental theater and focused on solo performance. Thanks to amazing teachers like performance artist Karen Finley, I began to find my voice.
I lived in Los Angeles for a few years where I performed all over town including places like IO West and the UCB Theatre. These theaters also gave me the opportunity to study improv and sketch writing directly from some of my favorite comedy writers and performers. I also spent time in other cities like Edinburgh where I brought a play I directed to the Fringe Festival and was invited to work out a portion of a solo show by a venue producer.
A combination of silly jobs, bad breaks, and strange family situations brought me back to the New York City where I continue to perform all around town. I am a Moth StorySLAM winner and have been featured on the Moth Mainstage and on their radio show. I often go to city schools to tell stories as part of their outreach program.
I long to be a BBQ pit-master and an amateur astro-physicist. I don’t have a dog but I dream of owning one someday when it wouldn’t make it so damn hard to find an apartment.