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PLAYS

Williamston Theatre, Williamston, MI |equity theatre Miracle on South Division Street | 2014 Under Rob Roznowki's direction, the zingers fly and the players are in constant motion, slowing only for the more poignant moments, where the contrast in movement makes things even stronger. | Encore Michigan


The Understudy | 2012 Rob Roznowski's staging remains sharply delineated. We always know who these people are, even if they sometimes don't. | Encore Michigan


Arsenic and Old Lace (Reading) | 2010


Stormfield Theatre, Lansing, MI |equity production Romantic Fools | 2012 A zany confection. | The Rogue Critic


Bogota Anglo Theatre, Bogota, Colombia Buyer and Cellar| 2015


Peppermint Creek Theatre, Lansing, MI Venus in Fur| 2015 A stellar must-see mind trip. | City Pulse


Penn State University, State College, PA Rough Magic | 2014


Arcadia University, Philadelphia, PA The Women | 2009


Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 


Punk Rock | 2016 Adrenaline-fueled production…Rob Roznowski keeps the show moving at a break-neck pace. | City Pulse


Stage Door | 2015 A rollicking good evening of theatre. | Greater Lansing Ubiquitous Theatre


Bug | 2015 A less patient director might allow ‘Bug’ to devolve into a feedback loop of screaming and shouting. But, like the bugs that Agnes and Peter think they see crawling on their skin, this show breathes. By the end the audience is practically hyperventilating. | City Pulse


Three Sisters & Anton in Show Business (in repertory) | 2012 In a feat of daring and maybe self-destruction, Rob Roznowski took on the challenge of directing both plays simultaneously, presenting them in repertory. This team has produced two very fine, very different plays. | City Pulse


A Streetcar Named Desire | 2011 Brilliantly directed by Rob Roznowski... | City Pulse


One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest | 2009 Cuckoo provides a constant feast for the senses. | City Pulse 


Tea and Sympathy & The Children’s Hour (in repertory) | 2006     Best Director and Production nominations, regional theatre award Director Rob Roznowski is one of a handful of regional directors whose name on the playbill means quality theatre.  | City Pulse


The Waiting Room | 2006 Rob Roznowski directs this all-female cast in a gorgeous production. | State News


Summer Circle Theatre, East Lansing, MI (also Artistic Director) 


Charley’s Aunt | 2013 A slapstick cartoon of manners … in a beautifully choreographed show deftly juggled by Director Rob Roznowski. | Greater Lansing Ubiquitous Theatre


Around the World in 80 Days | 2012 Roznowski and his team…make this fast-paced high-energy adventure a complete delight. Roznowski choreographs the various vignettes marvelously. | City Pulse


Gemini | 2011 Roznowski keeps the show moving swiftly with flawless timing. | City Pulse


The Drunken City | 2010      Director Rob Roznowski chose a perfect summer work in The Drunken City. Breezy as a good June evening. | City Pulse


Red Herring | 2008


The Uneasy Chair | 2007


Unwrap Your Candy | 2006 The crispness of the acting in these one-acts combined with the cleverness of the scripts is not to be missed. | City Pulse


Renegade Theatre Festival, Lansing, MI


6 Actors, 2 Characters, 1 Scene | 2013 A fascinating, beautifully performed examination of the art and magic of acting. | City Pulse 


Good Boys and True | 2011 ’True’ was as devastating as it was fascinating, a testament to Roznowski’s marvelous direction and his outstanding cast. | City Pulse 


The Penetration Play | 2009


Media Sandbox, Lansing, MI All New People | 2012


Florida Studio Theatre, Sarasota, FL |equity production The Infinite Typing Pool, part of the New Playwrights Festival | 2004


Smoky Mountain Shakespeare Festival, Knoxville, TN Cyrano de Bergerac | 2003 A pure triumph. It’s a rare thing when all the elements—play, direction, performance, sets, costumes—are all at their best and combine into a glorious evening of theatre. But that’s what the Shakespeare Festival has got in its ‘Cyrano de Bergerac.’ Director Rob Roznowski’s staging is crisp and his conceptualization is right on the money. | The Knoxville News Sentinel


Okoboji Summer Theatre, Okoboji, IA (Resident Director, summer stock company) Love, Sex, and the IRS | 2001


Stephens College, Columbia, MO |august 1999 – june 2001 The Hot L Baltimore The Water Children (also Set Designer)

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

Featured Production

Using New Orleans' jazz funerals and voodoo as inspiration, this production of A Streetcar Named Desire examined Blanche's relationship with death. The aptly named Mr. Graves (the superintendent who fired her), the horrifying death's at Belle Reve and the suicide of  Allan Grey-- all continually haunted Blanche throughout.

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