DIRECTING AWARDS

Best Director Pulsar Award (City Pulse) nominee for Freud’s Last Session | 2019

Best Play Pulsar Award (City Pulse) nominee for Freud’s last Session & The Miller Plays | 2019

Best Director/Best Musical Pulsar Award (City Pulse) nominee for Murder for Two | 2018

Best Director (City Pulse) winner for Thus With a Kiss I Die | 2018

Best Musical Murder for Two by Lansing State Journal|2018

Special Regional Theatre Award for use of original punk rock music from Daisy and the Murder F*#$%^s for Punk Rock|2017

Best Director Pulsar Award (City Pulse) nominee for Miracle on South Division Street | 2015

Best Director Pulsar Award (City Pulse) nominee for Venus in Fur | 2015  

Best Musical Pulsar Award nominee for The Big Bang, Peter Pan and Xanadu | 2014

Best Director Pulsar Award nominee for The Big Bang and Peter Pan | 2014

Pulsar Award winner for Best Director for Peter Pan | 2014

Best Director of a Play Pulsar Award nomination, Anton in Show Business | 2013

Best Director of a Musical and Best Musical Pulsar Awards, Legally Blonde | 2012

Best Director of a Musical Thespie Award (Lansing State Journal), Legally Blonde | 2012 

Best Director and Best Play Pulsar Awards, A Streetcar Named Desire | 2012

Best Set Design Pulsar Award and Best Set Design Thespie Award, A Streetcar Named Desire | 2012

Best Director of a Musical Pulsar Award nomination, Evil Dead: The Musical | 2010

Best Director and Best Musical Thespie Award winner, Cabaret | 2009

Lansing State Journal Special Award for Theatrical Innovations, The Who’s Tommy | 2009

Best New Play Pulsar Award, Arts or Crafts | 2008

Best Director and Production Pulsar Award nominations, Tea and Sympathy | 2006

Best Director and Production Pulsar Award nominations, She Loves Me | 2006

Best Director, Choreographer and Production Pulsar Award nominations, Schoolhouse Rock Live! | 2004

Audience Award, Best Comedy, for short film “Ketosis”—Edinburgh Short Film Festival | 2003

Best of Fest for short film “Ketosis”—Rochester International Film Festival | 2003

Silver Certificate for feature film Changing Face—WorldFest, Houston | 1999

Opening Night Selection for feature film Neptune’s Rocking Horse—Green Mountain Film Festival,

Montpelier, VT. Also screened at Cinequest San Jose Film Festival | 2000

Finalist for Feature Film Changing Face, Sony Visions of US | 1999

Award of Special Achievement for Changing Face, Video Tusculum | 1999

Acting

Drama League Award for Outstanding Performance—I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.

Elastic faced Roznowski has funny moments. | LA Times

Originated role. Fellow award winners for season included Christopher Plummer, Julie Harris

and Whoopi Goldberg. | 1996 – 97 Season Theatre World Awards Best Featured Performer—I Love You... | 1996 – 1997 Season

Wonderfully loony| Variety

Drama Desk Awards Best Featured Performer—I Love You... | 1996 – 1997 Season

Best Actor in a Musical CONY (Connecticut Press) Award nomination—I Love You... | 1996

Backstage citation for “Divo-Most Memorable Male Performance”—Identical Twins from Baltimore | 1998

When Robert Roznowski [takes the stage] you might think "Identical Twins from Baltimore," has a lot going for it. Roznowski's a politically incorrect delight. | Backstage

 

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