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Richard Romagnoli is a co-founder of the Potomac Theatre Project and a co-director with James Petosa and Cheryl Faraone. He has directed many plays for the company, including Howard Barker’s Scenes From An Execution (subsequently co-produced and presented in NY with the Blue Light Theatre Company), Plevna, The Castle and No End of Blame; Havel: The Passion Of Thought, Safari, 1992… are we having FUN yet? (co-director); the American premiere of Harold Pinter’s The New World Order, the same author’s Mountain Language and No Man’s Land; Iranian Nights and Vampire. For the Olney Theatre Center for the Arts he has directed The Importance of Being Earnest, Camille, The Homecoming, Candida, and Private Lives and has directed at the Shenandoah Playwrights Conference, Philadelphia Drama Guild, the Young Playwrights Festival at the Public Theatre in New York. He is a member of The Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers. Several of his productions for Middlebury have been selected for the American College Theatre Festival in New England and at the Kennedy Center.