JOYCE AARON actor, director, teacher

JOYCE AARON FRANKIE ALDUINO

Obie-award winning actor and director, studied at the The Neighborhood Playhouse with Sanford Meisner, worked with Joe Chaikin in the Open Theater, and was the inspiration for some of the early plays of Sam Shephard.

What I learned at the Neighborhood Playhouse was that acting is living truthfully under imaginary circumstances.

The thing I found interesting is that when I would read for things, I was very physical. And I would find that actors who came in and read—I would watch them, and sometimes I directed and cast them—weren’t physical at all. The physicality came from the Open Theater work. That work freed me up and gave me confidence.

I do see an open road ahead for me. I have so much knowledge and experience that I would like to pass on through my writing and teaching and coaching.

THE KNACK

THE KNACK 1960’s

THE KNACK

THE KNACK

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Sam Shephard helping Joyce Aaron dress for his play RED CROSS

Playbill for HAPPY DAYS

Playbill for HAPPY DAYS

HAPPY DAYS

HAPPY DAYS

STORIES AROUND THE TABLE Performance series with Joyce Arron Karen Ludwig, Shami Chaikin, Diane Spodarek, Dawn D'Arecy, Christina Maile, and Nancy Gabor

STORIES AROUND THE TABLE Performance series with Joyce Arron Karen Ludwig, Shami Chaikin, Diane Spodarek, Dawn D’Arecy, Christina Maile, and Nancy Gabor

Contact
joycebouvier6@gmail.com

Joyce Aaron Bio Resume
Joyce Aaron Resume 2018

Interview
Read interview with Joyce Aaron HERE

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