Past Events/Productions/Collaborations

365 Women A Year (Encore Performance)
March 15th, 2017

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Photo of Sophia Romma, Alice Kelly Bahlke and Liora Michelle Green at the Theater for the New City (Manhattan, New York).

365 Women A Year Project was founded by Jess Eisenberg and Gina Scanlon. It is an international playwriting project involving over 200 women playwrights who have signed on to write plays about extraordinary women who have left an indelible mark upon history and who are changing the landscape of the present.


At the Production - Lincoln Center

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Boris Tenzer - Interview with Sophia Romma
March 2, 2015, New York


THE BLACKLIST


sophia rommaTHE BLACKLIST
A FUNKY AFTERLIFE PARTY PLAY

IN ONE-ACT

WRITTEN BY SOPHIA ROMMA
DIRECTED BY HOSSEIN FASSA


About The Blacklist


A medieval allegory unfolds as a mystical Voodoo Body Snatcher arrives at the occult after-life bar on a mission to execute a psychiatrist committed to his personal bedlam. The anti-hero and his Mad-Hatter co-conspirators are entangled in a perverse political hoopla as they fight for their survival in the face of the mighty Grim Reaper’s Sickle.


FRIDAY, FEB. 19

8 PM



The Past is Still Ahead

Produced by Poongkyung Theatre Company with the generous support of
The Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture, Arts Council Korea

Read REVIEW - The Past is Still Ahead


International Collaborations



PROFESSIONAL THEATRE WOMEN'S GILDER/COIGNEY AWARD CEREMONY

Vienna Sites

PROFESSIONAL THEATRE WOMEN'S AWARD CEREMONY GILDER/COIGNEY Theatre award was presented to Patricia Ariza from Colombia by the LPTW's International committee and Co-Chair, Sophia Romma.

On Wednesday October 29th, 2014, LA MAMA Theatre in association with The O'Neill Film and Theatrical Foundation and LPTW presented "Change-Making Theatre, a performance and panel event on the Theatre work of 21 women from 19 countries nominated in the 2014 Gilder/Coigney award.


THE PAST IS STILL @ Millenium Theatre

THE PAST IS STILL AHEAD Clip 1



THE PAST IS STILL AHEAD Clip 2



THE PAST IS STILL AHEAD - THE INTERVIEW




THE CARTE BLANCHE play - THE REHEARSAL @
March Madness Short Play Festival, 2015




Sophia Romma - Hispanic Scholarship Fund Recepient - commercial