February Wednesday Words Featuring Aaron Zavitz

The 2013 Wednesday Words Series Begins!

Featuring Aaron Zavitz
February 13, 2013, Noon to 1:00 p.m.

KANEKO – UNO Library
1111 Jones Street
Omaha, NE

Wednesday Words events are held at KANEKO’s KANEKO-UNO Library, located at 1111 Jones Street in Omaha’s Old Market District. Our partnership with KANEKO and the UNO Library continues in 2013 with many new opportunities for the series, so check out our new schedule using the link below. Please join us for our February reading with Aaron Zavitz.

 Our Featured Writer: Aaron Zavitz

Aaron Zavitz has a B.A. in Fine Arts/Dramatic Arts from University of Nebraska-Omaha and has acted professionally in such venues as the Nebraska Shakespeare Festival, Blue Barn Theatre, Aspen Theatre in the Park and Brigit Saint Brigit Theatre (Shining City, Doubt ,The Odd Couple, and The Faith Healer) as well as in the full length feature film, Tully. He is a playwright with two short pieces performed by the Shelterbelt Theatre; his full length piece, Tour of the Well Kept House had a staged reading at the 2007 Great Plains Theatre Conference and was critiqued by Edward Albee, Arthur Kopit and Romulus Linney. He received the Nebraska Arts Council (NAC) Distinguished Individual Artist Fellowship for Playwriting in 2008 and a $5,000 grant, and a second NAC Individual Artist Fellowship Merit Award and $1,000 grant in 2011. His full length play Intelligentsia premiered at The Shelterbelt Theater in 2012. He is President of The Silver Screen, Inc., artistic videography. As co-founder of Hunger Artist Films, he wrote and directed Julien, i.d., No Outlet, and Taken, which received a national award. Aaron was the Director of Photography for In Silence and Tears and wrote and directed The Fixer.


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