B.F.A., Experimental Theater, New York University
Aaron Landsman makes performances that are staged in homes, offices, theaters, buses and other locations. His current work City Council Meeting, created in collaboration with director Mallory Catlett and designer Jim Findlay, has been presented in New York, Tempe and Houston, and is upcoming in San Francisco and Keene, NH. His previous work has been commissioned and produced by The Foundry Theatre and PS122 in New York, DiverseWorks in Houston, and KulturaNova in Novi Sad, Serbia. Upcoming projects include a new commission from EMPAC in Troy, NY, in collaboration with filmmaker Brent Green, a play at The Chocolate Factory Theatre in Queens, and a multi-platform work called Perfect City. Aaron is the current artist-in-residence at ASU Gammage in Tempe, AZ. Aaron has also worked as an actor with Elevator Repair Service Theater, Julia Jarcho, Richard Maxwell, Tory Vazquez and Deke Weaver, among other artists.