Aaron Mark is a New York-based playwright and director.
Off-Broadway as writer-director: Empanada Loca with Daphne Rubin-Vega (Labyrinth Theater Company; 3 Drama Desk noms, OCC nom; published by DPS; audioplay on Audible and iTunes), Another Medea with Tom Hewitt (All For One Theater at the Cherry Lane and the Wild Project; audioplay forthcoming), and Squeamish with Alison Fraser (All For One at Theatre Row; audioplay forthcoming).
Other plays include the two-hander, Deer (also published by DPS; world premiere at Stage West), and the three-actor A Bedtime Story, inspired by Schnitzler's infamous Traumnovelle (Open Bar Theatricals' First Round Fellowship).
Directing credits include The Mystery of Irma Vep and Deathtrap (Berkshire Theatre Festival); Ben Rimalower's long-running, award-winning Patti Issues and Bad With Money (Duplex and tours; live recordings on Audible and iTunes); Hedwig... (BC/EFA at New World Stages); Ghostlight Nine (AFO at the Cherry Lane); and numerous development (New York Theatre Workshop, Theater for the New City, LA's Blank Theatre) and cabaret (Joe's Pub, 54 Below, Beechman Theatre, Duplex).
Projects in development include a stage thriller about the Witness Protection Program; a fourth full-length monologue play; a commissioned work for Audible; and a multi-cast horror podcast series.
Aaron is a NYTW Usual Suspect and a member of SDC.
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