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director , playwright , artistic director

Marc Jacob Aronin, American playwright, artistic director, director. Named Alexander Barnes Scholar, Adelphi. University, 1982-1986. Fundraiser Fortune Society for High Risk Youths, since 1992, Family Health Center, Garden City, 1990-1991. Member National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Background

Aronin, Marc Jacob was born on July 24, 1964 in Queens, New York, United States. Son of Carl and Phyllis (Montesano) Aronin.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre, Master of Arts in Educational Theatre magna cum laude, Adelphi University, 1987.

Career

Professor, Adelphi U., Garden City, New York, 1986-1991;general manager, Larkspur Dance Theatre, New York City, 1986-1992;literature agent, Professional Artists Unlimited, New York City, 1987-1988;managing director, Olmsted Theatre, Garden City, 1990-1992;assistant director, Joyce Trisler Danscompany, New York City, 1991-1992;artistic director, Engineer of Mines Arrow Prodns., New York City, since 1991;freelance production manager, Amblin/Putnam, Talking Books, New York Cityadministrative director School for Film and television, Three of Us Studios, since 1992. Theatre consultant Vanishing Glory, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1991-1996. Talent consultant International Modeling and Talent Association, since 1993.

Guest lecturer International Thespian Society, since 1996. Curriculum and accredidation evaluator National Association Schools of Theatre, since 1996. Instructor Colorado Thespian Society, Florida State Thespians, Caryn International Minneapolis, Barbizon Apollo Denver, Fam-J Talent and Modeling, Anchorage.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (drama) State of Mind, 1990, Best Laid Plans, 1991, Minstrel Melodies, 1991, Party Time, 1992, 93, (fiction) Preconception, 1993, Marking Time, 1991, Bohemia Bound, 1991, The Face of Pain, 1994, Dearly Departed, 1995, Princess and the Pee Pot, 1996, Traveling Man, 1997, (film) Best Laid Plans, 1994, (television) Coed Call Girls, 1996, South Beach Story, 1996, Kips Bay Commons, 1998.

Membership

Fundraiser Fortune Society for High Risk Youths, since 1992, Family Health Center, Garden City, 1990-1991. Member National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: cultural outreach to rural children.

Connections

father:
Carl Aronin

mother:
Phyllis (Montesano) Aronin