Aaron Leventman has been involved in theatre since he was 8-years-old where he was a member of the Freelance Players in Boston. He attended Columbia University’s Graduate School for film where his thesis screenplay was given a professional reading at the Union Square Theatre in Manhattan. He moved to Santa Fe from Provincetown after his involvement as a writer/director/actor with their theatre company where he appeared in productions of The Wizard of Oz and Cabaret. Since living in Santa Fe, he’s performed in Ophelia, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest, and True West as well as many productions of original plays. He’s also appeared in industrials, short films, and features including My One and Only with Rene Zellweger. Aaron’s plays have been performed in Provincetown, Minneapolis, Alaska, Santa Cruz, New York City, and Santa Fe. His two one acts, The Value of Empty Boxes and Second Year Itch are being published this year by Black Box Theatre Publishing.
Columbia University Film Division
University of California at Santa Cruz