Aaron has performed his hip hop poetry at Madison Square Garden, the Kennedy Center, and the National Poetry Slam Championships, where he is a former Open Rap Slam champion. He creates dynamic hip hop poetry and slam performances and workshops for schools and theatres.
Workshops can be booked independently or in conjunction with a performance of one of his hip-hop plays and musicals: How to Break, Kingdom, Stuck Elevator, Shakespeare: The Remix, or No Lie. Workshops range in duration from an hour-and-a-half session to a semester-long project, and combine the study of master works with the creation of new student work. Residencies culminate in a student theatrical performance, staged reading, poetry café, slam, or chapbook publication.
Workshops for youth include Exploring Diversity, Hip Hop Theatre, Poetry in the Classroom, Shakespeare Remixed, and Theatre as Social Action. Teacher Trainings include Theatre in the Classroom, Race and Diversity for Teachers, and Parent-Teacher Communication.