Romy Roelofsen graduated in 2007 as a Theatrical Performer at the Maastricht Academy of Dramatic Arts. She works as an actor and stage-director and is a co-artistic director at the music theatre company Het Geluid Maastricht. At Het Geluid she co-directed productions based on Arnold Schönberg’s Erwartung, Harawi by Olivier Messiaen, Traviata is a Ready Made to music from Verdi, and Alone in the Woods, a music theatre production with Conlon Nancarrow's pieces for player piano. Her direction of Life Is Too Good To Be True won the Amsterdam Fringe Festival Award 2010.
Since 2012 Het Geluid is an artist-in-residence at the Theater aan het Vrijthof in Maastricht.
With the Veenfabriek in Leiden she co-created, developed and directed Gedeelde Kamers in 2013. Her company is a regular collaborative partner of the Nederlandse Reisopera.
In collaboration with the Nederlandse Reisopera she directed the music theatre performances Wesendonck Lieder Heute (2013) and Headphone Oratorium (2014). In a co-production with Castrum Peregrini, her co-direction of Lieux de mémoire premiered in 2015. Commissioned by the Nederlandse Reisopera she directed La tragédie de Carmen by Peter Brook. In that same year she adapted Wesendonck Lieder Heute for the mecenas night at Théâtre Royal de La Monnaie in Brussels.
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