B.A., Susquehanna University
P.A.T.P studies, Ohio University
M.F.A. University of Houston
Campus Post Office Box 73
Theatre: Adjunct Faculty
Dance, Stage Combat, Shakespeare
Aaron White has been a working actor, director, choreographer and designer since 2004. He joined the Theater department at Lycoming College in 2016. He also serves as an adjunct professor of Theater at Susquehanna University.
Professionally, Aaron has played roles such as Romeo and Hamlet for many fine regional companies including the Virginia Shakespeare Festival, Pittsburgh Irish Classical Theater, the Texas Shakespeare Festival and the Adirondack Shakespeare Company. He also has directed at Susquehanna University and the Community Arts Center in Williamsport and his sets have been seen at the Bloomsburg Theater Ensemble, Williamsport Community Arts Center and Mercyhurst University in Erie, PA. He currently serves on the board of Box of Light in Bloomsburg.
Professor White strives to nurture and develop young theater makers who understand all aspects of theater and how they integrate to form a cohesive product. He also seeks to develop a culturally literate society that seeks out live performance as nourishment and a source of perspective. Through the exploration of imagination, language and personal awareness, White challenges his students to develop skills that will serve the crafting of vital live performances that demand to be an essential part of everyday life in the 21st Century.
At Lycoming, He teaches Introduction to Dance and Conditioning, Intermediate Dance, and History of Dance 1 & 2.
Aaron holds a B.A. from Susquehanna University. He has done post-graduate work at Ohio University and received his M.F.A. from the P.A.T.P. at the University of Houston. Originally from Dalmatia, Pa, Aaron now resides in Williamsport with his loving wife and son.