Aaron Kozak

Aaron Kozak made his theater debut in 1990 as Tom of Warwick in “Camelot” at the Lamplight Theatre in Nacogdoches, Texas. Since then, he’s performed in over forty plays, seven feature films, and countless shorts. As a playwright, he is privileged to be affiliated with the International Fringe circuit. His play “Goodbye, Love. Goodbye, Joy. Hello, Travis McElroy.” was performed at the Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, DC; and his play “The Birthday Boys” received several awards and nominations at the 2010 Hollywood Fringe Festival. “The Birthday Boys” also received the highly coveted TUny Awards for Best Play, and was listed as one of Los Angeles’ top 10 plays of 2011 . In May of 2011, “The Birthday Boys” was the first play produced since the Vaudeville era at the historic Texas Theatre, where Lee Harvey Oswald was captured after shooting JFK; and the run was recognized as Dallas’ top touring show of the year alongside the National Tour of Billy Elliot. Last year, “The Birthday Boys’” also made both its New York debut at the Access Theatre and its international debut in Sydney, Australia at NIDA’s Parade Theatre. Aaron has a B.F.A. in Drama from the University of Oklahoma.

2010 LA Fringe Critic’s Choice – “The Birthday Boys”
2010 Fringe First Best World Premiere – “The Birthday Boys”

2010 Top of the Fringe – “The Birthday Boys”
2010 Best Ensemble – “The Birthday Boys”
2010 Best in Theatre – “The Birthday Boys”
2012 Best Ensemble – “Round Rock”
2012 Fringe First Best World Premiere – “Round Rock”
2013 Best Ensemble – “25 Plays Per Hour”

2010 – “The Birthday Boys”
2011 – “Voices from Chernobyl Jr.”
2013 – “25 Plays Per Hour”

A True Story About Transendent Love

Prepare to take a journey through an uncommon relationship. Mara lived as male most of her life. Mimi grew up in a traditional Catholic family. They met, fell in love and got married. And everything changed. For both of them.

A BIT MUCH: A Solo Comedy

A LOL funny, insightful journey that illustrates how women can comfortably step into their own brand of strength and femininity without compromise. Spoiler alert: it's harder than it looks, but not impossible. June 8, 16, 27 at the Lounge Theatre.