Steve Aron

STEVE ARON's new cabaret,"HELP! I'm Turning Into MY PARENTS!", was seen UPSTAIRS AT ROSE'S TURN and at THE HIDEAWAY ROOM AT HELEN'S, both in NYC. His last cabaret, SEDUCED, was performed at Theater Ten Ten and Judy's Chelsea in 2002. Steve originates from the Berkshires where he performs with StageStruck Travelling Murder Mysteries, most recently portraying a schizophrenic-cross-dressing mystery writer in DEAD WRITE. He was also an original member of the singing trio MISBEHAVIN', specializing in swing and novelty music a la The Andrews Sisters (he was Dana) and The McGuire Sisters (he was Jerry), for which he was also both writer and director. In the Berkshires, he was also active as a director of plays and musicals, notably THE BOY FRIEND, THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE and YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU, among others.
With a degree in acting from Ithaca College, Steve worked for years in stock and regional theaters before appearing as MacArthur in the first revival of the Ira Gershwin musical PARK AVENUE and AN EVENING WITH GILBERT AND SULLIVAN in NYC. He received rave notices for portrayals of Simon Stimson in Capitol Repís acclaimed production of OUR TOWN in Albany, NY, and as Monceau in Millerís INCIDENT AT VICHY at New York State Theatre Institute.
His favorite stage role to date, however, is a toss-up between the dual role of Desi Arnaz/Ricky Ricardo in the musical BABALU, and Mr. Josephs, sado-masochist Nazi curator-of-a-wax-museum in the musical WAXWORKS! You can hear Steve on LOUIS CAT ORZE - The Mystery of the Queenís Necklace, an animated CD ROM, and its sequel, LOUIS CAT ORZE II, on which he is the Chevelier-voiced title character, Louis XIVís cat!

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