August 13, 2014
I will be joining the incredible cast of Witches of Eastwick at the Ogunquit Playhouse. So excited to work with this entire cast and creative team!!
July 18, 2014
The World Premiere of WikiMusical opens tonight at The Pearl Theatre as part of the 2014 New York Musical Theatre Festival!! We have already added two extra shows due to sell outs, so get your tickets while they last!!
March 11, 2014
Season 3 of The Actress premieres today!! Watch for new episodes every Tuesday!!

Huffington Post: 'The Actress' Visits The Dermatologist, Learns That Some Doctors Are Sexist A-Holes
October 21, 2013
Today I film my first role in a feature film: Best Man In The Dark. I can't wait for everyone to meet crazy Carol!!!
October 15, 2013
It's Finally Release Day!!!
July 19, 2013
Ready Or Not, It's Happening!!!
Here's What The Critics Say:
But everyone on stage certainly knows how to charm an audience, especially Heather Jane Rolff as a sadder-but-wiser hairdresser (who is central to the "Bend and Snap" number, and sings a sweet comic song about her ideal man in "Ireland"), and also with Nicolette Hart as a fitness guru in a terrible legal jam. Both ladies are particular standouts in their supporting roles.
--Richard Green, TALKIN’ BROADWAY

The most enjoyable aspect of Stage’s “Legally Blonde” is Heather Jane Rolff in the role of Paulette, a hairdresser who tries to help Elle. Paulette has the hots for her UPS driver and hopes he can deliver. Rolff turns in a wonderfully broad and funny performance.
--Harry Hamm, CBS ST. LOUIS
June 24, 2013
Shrek The Musical At The Muny Opens Tonight!!!
May 20, 2013
Brush Up Your Shakespeare!
I can't wait to join the exceptional cast of The American Songbook Lyrics & Lyricists concert - BRUSH UP YOUR SHAKESPEARE: The Bard and the Broadway Musical, directed and hosted by the incomparable Mark Lamos Christine Andreas, Max Von Essen, Heather Jane Rolff And More Set For Brush Up Your Shakespeare Concerts Max Von Essen And More Set For Brush Up Your Shakespeare
Here's What The Critics Say:
For mischievous cheekiness, nothing matched “Hamlet,” Frank Loesser’s slangy plot summary of Shakespeare’s masterpiece, first put in the mouth of Betty Hutton in the 1949 movie “Red, Hot and Blue” and sung by Ms. Rolff.
--Stephen Holden, THE NEW YORK TIMES
November 9, 2011
Back to Les Mis!!!
I am heading back to the 25th Anniversary National Tour of Les Miserables!
August 20, 2011
Silence! The Musical
I am excited to announce that I will be joining the cast of the Off-Broadway smash hit Silence! The Musical - the hilarious and unauthorized parody of Silence of the Lambs - as Catherine / Senator Martin
January 20, 2011
Fat Pig!
October 6, 2011
Les Miserables National Tour
Thrilled to announce that I will join the original cast of the 25th Anniversary Production of Les Miserables starting at the Papermill Playhouse before continuing on to tour the country
Here's What The Critics Say:
Heather Jane Rolff could have filled the entire Morrison Center with her booming vocals as Madame Thenardier, and along with Timothy Gulan as Thenardier, the duo provided comic relief in the supertragedy with their conniving, despicable nature.
--Sheree Whitely, BOISE WEEKLY

Richard Vida's weasly Thenardier is a cross between a deranged pirate and a court jester, but Heather Jane Rolff as his wife steals the laughs with spot-on comedic timing.
--Michelle Stark, TAMPA BAY TIMES
July - August 2010
Ado Annie in Oklahoma! at Sacramento Music Circus
Here's What The Critics Say:
"Heather Rolff as Ado Annie, she completely stole the show! It was pure burlesque with a generous dollop of Betty Boop, a buxom gal with mad mop of Shirley Temple curls—Rolff was over the top in ALL the right ways, and had the audience in the palm of her hand. In an opening night glitch, she lost her petticoat in one of the dance numbers, and Rolff, giggled and blushed and happily kicked it out of the way as indeed Ado Annie would do, as the girl who “Cain’t Say No”! The audience loved it and her!
March - April 2008
Rusty in Footloose at Actors Playhouse
Here's What The Critics Say:
”There are times when a single song emerges in a musical that makes the entire play worthwhile. It is when Heather Jane Rolff sings the familiar ‘Let’s Hear It For The Boy’ that the audience roars it’s approval. It isn’t often that you hear thunderous ovations in the middle of act II. Rolff, in supposedly a supporting role, rocks the audience. Whether it is Rolff’s comic portrayal as the “best friend”, or the memorable song that resonates, it doesn’t really matter – Rolff”s Rusty is a showstopper”

"Heather Jane Rolff stops the show with ‘Let’s Hear It For The Boy’ and nearly so with ‘Somebody’s eyes’”
--Jack Zink, The SUN SENTINEL
July - August 2007
The Full Monty
Vicki in The Full Monty at Stages St. Louis
Here's What The Critics Say:
”Heather Jane Rolff as Vicki impressed me in this production. I am not sure if it is the way she carries herself or if it is how she sparkles as she delivers her lines, but Rolff caught my eye every time she hit the stage.”
-- Jim Campbell, PLAYBACK
2003 and 2005
Jan in Grease at Paper Mill Playouse, Sacramento Music Circus, and Actors Playhouse
Here's What The Critics Say:
“(Director Mark Hoebee)…gets scene stealing work out of supporting players, especially Heather Jane Rolff as Jan – the little girl who eats all the time”
-- Neil Genzlinger, THE NEW YORK TIMES

“…Heather Jane Rolff charms as the just slightly nerdy Jan…(Jan is a role that Marissa Jaret Winokur played during the Broadway revival, and producers looking for a new Tracy Turnblad may want to check out Rolff.)”

“…Heather Jane Rolff as the food loving Jan is a show stealing comic standout.”
-- John Kenrick, MUSICALS101.COM

“Heather Jane Rolff is a knockout as Jan, the group's compulsive eater. She has a funny duet ("Mooning") with Roger (Todd Michael Smith), and she lights up the stage whenever she dances with the ensemble.”

“Heather Jane Rolff as Jan infuses her role with hysterical detail and attention. Her duet with Todd Michael Smith on “Mooning” is one of the show’s most special moments.”
-- Marcus Crowder, THE SACRAMENTO BEE

"Heather Jane Rolff has the personality and voice that gave this GREASE its lift.”
-- Howard Cohen, THE MIAMI HERALD

“Heather Jane Rolff is an absolutely hysterical Jan.”