Aaron Snook.

Aaron is a director and actor who now calls Asheville, North Carolina his home.  In 2016, he founded the American Myth Center, where he serves as Curator.  Prior to now, he was based in Chicago for over a decade by way of San Francisco, Los Angeles, Colorado and, originally, North Carolina.  He recently received his MFA at Northwestern University, where he directed a six actor Pericles, Churchill’s version of Strindberg’s A Dream Play and Frank Galati’s adaptation of Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath.  Outside of the program, he most recently directed Endgame for the Right Brain Project in Chicago.  Prior to school, he worked at Signal Ensemble Theatre, where he has been an ensemble member for ten years, as director, actor, and dramaturg.  Directing credits with Signal include The Dumb Waiter, The Birthday Party, Krapp’s Last Tape and Motion, while his favorite roles have been Vladimir in Waiting for Godot, Eddie in Fool for Love and Brian Jones in the world premiere of Aftermath.   Other companies he has worked with in Chicago include Steppenwolf Theatre, The Goodman Theatre, Lifeline Theatre, The RBP and Chicago Dramatists.  Aaron received his BA in English and Drama from Duke University and his MFA in Directing from Northwestern University.