Aaron Leventman

Aaron Leventman

Aaron Leventman attended Columbia University’s Graduate School for film where his thesis screenplay was given a professional reading at the Union Square Theatre in Manhattan. He moved to Santa Fe from Provincetown after his involvement as a writer/director/actor with the Provincetown Theatre Company. When living in Santa Fe, he performed with most of the local theatre companies and has also appeared in...
Aaron Leventman attended Columbia University’s Graduate School for film where his thesis screenplay was given a professional reading at the Union Square Theatre in Manhattan. He moved to Santa Fe from Provincetown after his involvement as a writer/director/actor with the Provincetown Theatre Company. When living in Santa Fe, he performed with most of the local theatre companies and has also appeared in industrials, commercials, short films, and features. Aaron’s plays have been performed all over the country, many of which are published and available on Amazon.com. He co-produced an evening of his own short works titled Almost Adults that met with tremendous acclaim including the Mayor declaring LGBT Theatre Day in Santa Fe, NM on opening night. His recent play Blanche in a Wheelchair was a finalist for the Samuel French One-Act Off-Off Broadway Festival. Aaron is also a film and acting instructor at Santa Fe Community College, a film festival curator, and has a private writing coach practice. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild in New Mexico.

Plays

  • Blanche in a Wheelchair
    Ted is bitter from his recent physical disability, Guillain Barre. Danny, his partner, tries to cheer him up by proposing on their anniversary at Ted’s physical rehab. Chaos ensues. But can love heal all wounds?
  • Confessions of a Character Actor
    It's Brooklyn in 1968. A young male Jewish character actor must tell his mother that his big break is to star in the first X-rated Hollywood movie, but his confession about his part in the film reveals more about his personal life than the character he must portray.
  • The Boy
    Can a 30-year-old gay slacker grow up in enough time to play caregiver to his older partner who is dying of AIDS?
  • Girls Mature Faster Than Boys
    Fraternal twins, brother and sister, struggle to find their individuality as the sister seeks more independence but the brother wants to hold on.
  • The Remediator
    A gay widower develops an unlikely alliance with his exterminator who offers more than just pest repellent.
  • Late Reunion
    Jeffrey, a Wall Street couch potato, receives a call from an old high school friend; Rona, a chatty trust fund baby, who claims to have dated him when they were teenagers. A remote friendship ensues. But did they really know each other at all?