Aaron Posner (Playwright) was the founding Artistic Director of Philadelphia's Arden Theatre and is an Associate Artist at the Folger Theatre and the Milwaukee Rep. He has won numerous awards as a director and playwright, including A Theatre Bay Area Award, three Barrymore Awards, an Outer Circle Critics Award, The John Gassner Award, and a Helen Hayes Awards as director or playwright four of the last ten years. His plays include My Name Is Asher Lev; The Chosen; Stupid F***ing Bird; Who Am I This Time? (And Other Conundrums of Love); Sometimes A Great Notion; A Murder, A Mystery & A Marriage (with James Sugg); and many others. Aaron has directed more than 150 productions at major regional theatres across the country. He is an Eisenhower Fellow, a graduate of Northwestern University, is from Eugene, Oregon, and lives in the Washington D.C. area with his wife, actress Erin Weaver, and his amazing daughter, Maisie.