Michael Replogle, SAG/AFTRA
Mr. Replogle’s film and television credits include NBC, ABC, Tri-star Pictures, Pipeline, and A. Shane Productions. Stage credits include regional theatres such as The Kennedy Center, Mill Mountain, The MacHaydn, Signature, Roundhouse, American Century, Keegan Theatre and two national tours. He has also narrated for over 30 recorded books for Potomac Talking Books/The Cutting Corporation.
Mr. Replogle has served as Co-Artistic and/or Program Director for theatres and programs in the Washington, D.C. area, most notably for Roundhouse Summer Teen Institute and Adventure Theatre. He also taught advanced acting for several years at Roundhouse Theatre.
He is Founding Artistic Director for the City of Fairfax Theatre Company, which opened its first production in the summer of 2009. He has directed over 70 professional and community theatre productions in his career, won the area’s first WATCH Award in direction for Richard III, and directed the 2012 BroadwayWorldDC.com best musical, Legally Blonde. Mr. Replogle studied at HB Studio and Colliers in New York City, the University of Nevada/Reno, and the University of Virginia.
He is the program originator and director of the Fairfax Academy’s Professional Musical Theatre & Actors Studio, the first of it's kind in the region, where he won honors for Teacher of the Year in 2013-2014. In the last twenty years his students have attended the top performance colleges and universities across America, Great Britain and Europe. Many have gone on to Broadway, national tours, television and major film. Several of his students have become writers, recording artists, and producers. He retired from the Academy in Spring of 2020.