About Rebecca Dwoskin

Rebecca Dwoskin is from Sag Harbor, New York. She found her true love for theatre when she was nine years old, after Karate lessons just weren’t doing it for her. Rebecca has had opportunities to perform in many shows on Indiana University’s main stage including, but not limited to, Urinetown as Little Sally, and as Sam Rosedale in Haus of Mirth, a new play. She thoroughly enjoyed being a part of many independent and student directed shows including being Marianne in Constellations, She in Stage Kiss, and The Narrator in Rocky Horror Picture Show. For her senior capstone Rebecca directed a production of An Intervention by Mike Bartlett. Rebecca has had the opportunity to act in several student films, in leading and supporting roles, including Coil and The Quiet With Him both by Jeremy Tartara and His Masters Voice by Spenser Bowman. The summer after her Sophomore year she completed the six week acting intensive at Michael Howard Studios conservatory in New York, there she took classes in Shakespeare, improvisation, acting for the camera and much, much more. When she’s not performing, Rebecca loves to cook and listen to podcasts about murder.

Recent Credits

At First Sight - A Festival of New Plays

IU Theatre — Sam Rosedale (Haus of Mirth)


Independent Project — Marianne


IU Theatre — Little Sally

The Drowsy Chaperone

IU Theatre — Orchestra Pit Singer

Jesus Christ Superstar

IU Theatre — Member of the Tribe


IU Theatre — Ensemble