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After years of jobbing between NYC and LA, Aaron now calls Seattle home, where he has worked at many area theatres, including The Village, Taproot, Book-It, Seattle Shakes, and Harlequin (Olympia). Recent stage credits include: Jamie in THE LAST FIVE YEARS (with Katherine Strohmaier), George in THE ... (read complete bio)
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Bio:
After years of jobbing between NYC and LA, Aaron now calls Seattle home, where he has worked at many area theatres, including The Village, Taproot, Book-It, Seattle Shakes, and Harlequin (Olympia). Recent stage credits include: Jamie in THE LAST FIVE YEARS (with Katherine Strohmaier), George in THE ... (read complete bio)
Taproot Theatre concludes 35th Anniversary Season with AN IDEAL HUSBAND, Opens 9/23
by BWW News Desk - Sep 23, 2011

Taproot Theatre brings the work of one of Britain's wittiest playwrights to the stage this fall with Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband. Dandies and diamonds swirl in and out of this comedic classic. Sir Robert appears to be the ideal husband, until a choice from early in his career comes back to haunt him. Can he be restored to his adoring wife or will the truth be everyone's undoing? This smart satire sparkles with wit and romance. Written by Oscar Wilde and directed by Karen Lund, An Ideal Husband opens on September 23 and runs through October 22, with previews on September 21 and 22.

Taproot Theatre concludes 35th Anniversary Season with AN IDEAL HUSBAND, Opens 9/23
by Lauren Wolman - Aug 16, 2011

Taproot Theatre brings the work of one of Britain's wittiest playwrights to the stage this fall with Oscar Wilde's An Ideal Husband. Dandies and diamonds swirl in and out of this comedic classic. Sir Robert appears to be the ideal husband, until a choice from early in his career comes back to haunt him. Can he be restored to his adoring wife or will the truth be everyone's undoing? This smart satire sparkles with wit and romance. Written by Oscar Wilde and directed by Karen Lund, An Ideal Husband opens on September 23 and runs through October 22, with previews on September 21 and 22.

BWW Reviews: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR from Seattle Shakespeare Company
by BWW News Desk - May 15, 2011

Seattle Shakes is rounding out their 20th Anniversary season with Shakespeare's comedy "The Merry Wives of Windsor". And after starting out their Anniversary season with the sublime "Hamlet" (which I still can't stop thinking about) and then putting up their rollicking version of "The Threepenny Opera", it's a shame they finished off with a whimper rather than a bang with this production which, while having its moments of fun, came across as uneven, unfocused and at times confusing.

BWW Reviews: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR from Seattle Shakespeare Company
by Jay Irwin - Apr 23, 2011

Seattle Shakes is rounding out their 20th Anniversary season with Shakespeare's comedy "The Merry Wives of Windsor". And after starting out their Anniversary season with the sublime "Hamlet" (which I still can't stop thinking about) and then putting up their rollicking version of "The Threepenny Opera", it's a shame they finished off with a whimper rather than a bang with this production which, while having its moments of fun, came across as uneven, unfocused and at times confusing.

Taproot Presents SHERLOCK HOLMES, 11/26
by BWW News Desk - Nov 26, 2010

One year after the October 2009 arson that forced Taproot Theatre to postpone its world premiere production of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol, the theatre finally brings this holiday mystery to the stage in November and December. Underscoring the anticipation for this premiere by Seattle playwright John Longenbaugh, tickets are selling fast; two performances are already sold out, and Taproot has added an additional senior matinee. Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol-directed by producing artistic director Scott Nolte-opens on November 26 and runs through December 30, with low-price previews on November 19 and 20, plus a pay-what-you-can performance on November 24.

Taproot Presents SHERLOCK HOLMES, 11/26
by Nicole Rosky - Nov 11, 2010

One year after the October 2009 arson that forced Taproot Theatre to postpone its world premiere production of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol, the theatre finally brings this holiday mystery to the stage in November and December. Underscoring the anticipation for this premiere by Seattle playwright John Longenbaugh, tickets are selling fast; two performances are already sold out, and Taproot has added an additional senior matinee. Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol-directed by producing artistic director Scott Nolte-opens on November 26 and runs through December 30, with low-price previews on November 19 and 20, plus a pay-what-you-can performance on November 24.

Taproot Theatre Presents SHERLOCK HOLMES...CHRISTMAS CAROL; Tix on Sale 10/5
by BWW News Desk - Oct 5, 2010

Taproot Theatre announces the highly-anticipated world premiere of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol, coming to its stage this November and December. Taproot's 2009 production of the play by Seattle writer John Longenbaugh was brought to a halt just four days after the first rehearsal when an arsonist set fire to the building adjacent to the theatre on October 23.

THE TAVERN Joins the Summer Repertory at The Melodrama, Runs Thru 9/19
by BWW News Desk - Sep 19, 2010

This week The Great American Melodrama adds George M. Cohan's delightful mystery-comedy to its summer season of fun! 'The Tavern,' directed by Roger DeLaurier, takes place on a dark and stormy night, when a wild wind blows all sorts of oddball characters into the tavern run by Freeman (Alan Benson), his son, Zach (Jim McCaffrey) and their hired girl, Sally (Megan C.C. Walker). First to arrive is a whimsical vagabond (Chuck McLane), who delights in the theatrics of the events that unfold throughout the night, including the discovery of a woman asleep in the wood shed. She is Violet (Bree Murphy), a distraught lady with a mysterious past who has lost her way en route to the capitol to seek an audience with the Governor. Situations heat up when the Governor himself (Jim Shine) arrives, along with his daughter, Virginia (Katie Worley) and her fiancé, Tom (Andrew Beck), seeking shelter from the storm and on edge from having been robbed on the road. Suspicions abound until all is resolved with the arrival of the Sheriff (Aaron Lamb) and Stevens (Suzy Newman). One of the most popular plays written by one of America's greatest showmen, 'The Tavern,' offers up mystery and madcap fun!

The Great American Melodrama Opens Summer Season with THE CROCK OF GOLD
by BWW News Desk - Sep 18, 2010

The Great American Melodrama kicked off its summer season of exciting melodrama on June 17 with THE CROCK OF GOLD, written by Silas S. Steele and directed by Eric Hoit.

THE TAVERN Joins the Summer Repertory at The Melodrama, Runs Thru 9/19
by Lauren Wolman - Jul 17, 2010

This week The Great American Melodrama adds George M. Cohan's delightful mystery-comedy to its summer season of fun! 'The Tavern,' directed by Roger DeLaurier, takes place on a dark and stormy night, when a wild wind blows all sorts of oddball characters into the tavern run by Freeman (Alan Benson), his son, Zach (Jim McCaffrey) and their hired girl, Sally (Megan C.C. Walker). First to arrive is a whimsical vagabond (Chuck McLane), who delights in the theatrics of the events that unfold throughout the night, including the discovery of a woman asleep in the wood shed. She is Violet (Bree Murphy), a distraught lady with a mysterious past who has lost her way en route to the capitol to seek an audience with the Governor. Situations heat up when the Governor himself (Jim Shine) arrives, along with his daughter, Virginia (Katie Worley) and her fiancé, Tom (Andrew Beck), seeking shelter from the storm and on edge from having been robbed on the road. Suspicions abound until all is resolved with the arrival of the Sheriff (Aaron Lamb) and Stevens (Suzy Newman). One of the most popular plays written by one of America's greatest showmen, 'The Tavern,' offers up mystery and madcap fun!

Taproot Theatre Presents SHERLOCK HOLMES...CHRISTMAS CAROL; Tix on Sale 10/5
by Nicolas Coburn - Jul 8, 2010

Taproot Theatre announces the highly-anticipated world premiere of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol, coming to its stage this November and December. Taproot's 2009 production of the play by Seattle writer John Longenbaugh was brought to a halt just four days after the first rehearsal when an arsonist set fire to the building adjacent to the theatre on October 23.

The Great American Melodrama Opens Summer Season with THE CROCK OF GOLD
by Lauren Wolman - Jun 20, 2010

The Great American Melodrama kicked off its summer season of exciting melodrama on June 17 with THE CROCK OF GOLD, written by Silas S. Steele and directed by Eric Hoit.

BWW Blogs: California Central Coast Mid-June Theatre Options
by Curt Miner - Jun 15, 2010

As we come to the middle of June (already?!), a number of our theatre and live entertainment venues have shows opening, or gearing up to do so, here on the beautiful California Central Coast!

Taproot Theatre Hosts Two Staged Readings of John Longenbaugh’s SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CASE OF THE CHRISTMAS CAROL 12/4, 12/5
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2009

Taproot Theatre presents two staged readings of John Longenbaugh's Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol this December 4 and 5 at 8 p.m. at Seattle Pacific University's McKinley Hall.

Taproot Theatre Hosts Two Staged Readings of John Longenbaugh’s SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CASE OF THE CHRISTMAS CAROL 12/4, 12/5
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2009

Taproot Theatre presents two staged readings of John Longenbaugh's Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol this December 4 and 5 at 8 p.m. at Seattle Pacific University's McKinley Hall.

Taproot Theatre Company's SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CASE OF THE CHRISTMAS CAROL Opens 11/27
by BWW News Desk - Nov 27, 2009

Holiday traditions are getting a twist with the world premiere of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol at Taproot Theatre Company. Written by local playwright John Longenbaugh and directed by Scott Nolte, this is a mystery that will delight the entire family.

Music Gets Paired With Shakespeare For I ALWAYS WRITE OF YOU, Readings Held 10/25-27
by BWW News Desk - Oct 27, 2009

Big Band Swing, Brazilian Bossa Nova --- even disco, all get paired with Shakespeare's sonnets in I Always Write of You, a new musical by David Duvall. Seattle Shakespeare Company will develop the musical through a workshop rehearsal process that culminates in three staged readings on October 25, 26, and 27 at 7:30 in the Center House Theatre.

Music Gets Paired With Shakespeare For I ALWAYS WRITE OF YOU, Readings Held 10/25-27
by BWW News Desk - Oct 26, 2009

Big Band Swing, Brazilian Bossa Nova --- even disco, all get paired with Shakespeare's sonnets in I Always Write of You, a new musical by David Duvall. Seattle Shakespeare Company will develop the musical through a workshop rehearsal process that culminates in three staged readings on October 25, 26, and 27 at 7:30 in the Center House Theatre.

Music Gets Paired With Shakespeare For I ALWAYS WRITE OF YOU, Readings Held 10/25-27
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2009

Big Band Swing, Brazilian Bossa Nova --- even disco, all get paired with Shakespeare's sonnets in I Always Write of You, a new musical by David Duvall. Seattle Shakespeare Company will develop the musical through a workshop rehearsal process that culminates in three staged readings on October 25, 26, and 27 at 7:30 in the Center House Theatre.

Taproot Theatre Company's SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE CASE OF THE CHRISTMAS CAROL Opens 11/27
by Gabrielle Sierra - Oct 15, 2009

Holiday traditions are getting a twist with the world premiere of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol at Taproot Theatre Company. Written by local playwright John Longenbaugh and directed by Scott Nolte, this is a mystery that will delight the entire family.

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