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Lia Romeo (Playwright) Plays include   Council for the Arts, and was the
     The Forest (O’Neill Playwrights’     National New Play Network Emerging
     Conference 2018, Kilroys’ List 2019,   Playwright-in-Residence at Writers
     Kesselring Prize nominee), Connected   Theatre of New Jersey. She is currently
     (59E59, NYIT Award nominee), Green   a member of the Project Y Playwrights
     Whales (Unicorn Theatre, Weissberger   Group and a company member with
     Award nominee), Reality (HotCity     InViolet Theater. She is also the
     Theatre, Steinberg Award nominee),   associate artistic director at Project Y
     Right Place, Right Time (O’Neill finalist,   Theatre Company and the new play
     Renegade Theatre Experiment), The    coordinator at Jersey City Theater
     Lucky Ones (O’Neill finalist,        Center. She is the author of a novel,
     Dreamcatcher Rep), Lovesick (59E59),   Dating the Devil (Amazon bestseller,
     Hungry (Unicorn Theatre), and others.   optioned by ABC Family), and a humor
     Her work has been developed at the   book, 11,002 Things to Be Miserable
     O’Neill Playwrights’ Conference, the   About (sold over 35,000 copies
     Lark, San Francisco Playhouse, Florida   worldwide). Her plays are published by
     Studio Theatre, Orlando Shakespeare   Broadway Play Publishing, Playscripts,
     Theatre, and elsewhere. She was the   Dramatists Play Service, and Smith
     2019 winner of City Theatre’s National   & Kraus. She earned her B.A. from
     Short Playwriting Award, and her short   Princeton University and her M.F.A. in
     plays have also been finalists for the   playwriting from Rutgers/MGSA, and
     Heideman Award and the Samuel        she teaches in the MA program in
     French OOB Festival. She received a   creative writing at Fairleigh Dickinson
     2018 Individual Artist Fellowship in   University.
     playwriting from the New Jersey State

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       manager, or working in audience services or running crew.  Tech work, rehearsals and
       performances take place in the evenings and on weekends.  These positions are ideal
       for those who are creative or enjoy contact with the public.

       Volunteers also perform administrative tasks, assisting the Artistic Director in producing,
       development and marketing activities.  Volunteers experience first-hand the workings of
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