Various projects! Various things! When something breaks, stayed tuned!
An opportunity for a voice over for the upcoming expansion pack to the PC game Men at War, titled Men at War: Condemned Heroes arose suddenly, and was taken! Aaron's voice will be featured as a soldier in a story based on Russia's infamous Penal battalion in World War II. The work was completed at Breslin Studios, Inc.
The 2011-12 theater season was busy and fruitful, with multiple acting roles across some of WNY's largest and most recognized stages. A part as Jean (the Man in a Dress) in Internal Continuity (that he also originated in a staged reading) was up first as part of Curtain Up! The world premiere play from Shaun Mclaughlin was produced at Road Less Traveled Theater. This was immediately followed up by a turn in TracyLetts' Superior Donuts as Kiril Ivakin. After two slots in a row at the Road Less, Aaron made his Irish Classical Theater Company debut, as the IRA Volunteer, Feargus O'Connor in Brendan Behan'sThe Hostage.
In early 2011 he was featured in a commercial for CSEA services, playing a patient with special needs.
The 2010 theater season saw Aaron perform in three different roles across three different Western NY stages. First up was multiple roles in Gary Earl Ross' world premiere of Murder Squared. Anything for Money, one of the four vignettes from this production has been adapted for the screen and is pending filming.
Up next was Sam Shepherd's raw and in your face Cowboy Mouth as the role of Slim. The production took place at Buffalo East, ART of WNY's home. It was accompanied by Cowboys II and Savage Love, and also featured Tilke Hill and Jacob Albarella.
Finally the season was rounded off with a production of Return Engagements, Bernard Slade's touching love story at the critically acclaimed Desiderio's on Broadway Dinner Theater.