Aaron Malkin is the Literary Director & Dramaturg at New York Theatre Workshop and has been on the Artistic Staff at the theatre since 2012. At NYTW, he serves as the resident dramaturg, oversees the literary office, co-administers the 2050 Artistic Fellowship, and works extensively on the theatre’s public programming initiatives. Before moving to New York, Aaron worked at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and Arena Stage as a dramaturg and producer. As a freelance dramaturg, Aaron has worked with the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ma-Yi Theater Company, and People’s Light and Theater Company. He has collaborated with Emily Mann, Ayad Akhtar, Hammaad Chaudry, Sibyl Kempson, Anaïs Mitchell, Des McAnuff, Will Power, Colman Domingo, Nathan Alan Davis, Mfoniso Udofia, Hansol Jung, and Lucas Hnath, among others. He has been published in HowlRound: A Journal of the Theater Commons, Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Asides Magazine, and Arena Stage’s Sub/Text: Your Virtual Dramaturg. Aaron is a graduate of Brown University.