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Maria Muldaur

Born in Greenwich Village, beautiful feisty Maria Muldaur was a vibrant American Folk  and Blues Singer who was part of the Music Revival of the 1960's.  She began her career with the Even Dozen Jug Band and performed with them throughout the 60's.  In 1973, she recorded her world wide mega hit, "Midnight at the Oasis"

Rosanna Spindler is thrilled to be making her film debut as Maria Muldaur in 116 Macdougal!  Rosanna began her entertainment career at a very young age, performing in musical theater productions with Pittsburgh’s Civic Light Opera on the stages of the Byham and Benedum theaters.  Her love for musical theater flourished as she was cast in leading roles at her high school and community theater, portraying the roles of Darlene Love in Leader of the Pack, Hope Harcourt in Anything Goes, Éponine in Les Misérables, and the Witch in Into the Woods. 

Maria Muldaur

Rosanna explored new performance opportunities in college directing an all female acappella group and singing as the lead vocalist in the jazz band, which is where she met her now husband, Scott.  In 2012, Scott and Rosanna ( began writing and performing original music and released their most recent EP, Step In, in 2017. Since graduating from college in 2013, Rosanna has been teaching as a private voice instructor as well as continuing to perform with her husband at weddings, festivals, private parties, and local music venues.

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