aaron tuttle

Aaron Tuttle is a professional theatre director and video producer. He has over 15 years of professional theatre experience as a producer, writer, director, designer, casting agent and performer whose productions range from national tours and new play development to the Blue Man Group and productions on the Las Vegas Strip.

Aaron has directed for prominent theatres such as The 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Ordway Center in Minneapolis, California Musical Theatre’s Music Circus, La Mirada Theatre in Los Angeles and several resort casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. Noteworthy credits include the National Tour of Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby, being Resident Director of Hans Klok: The Beauty of Magic Featuring Pamela Anderson at The Planet Hollywood Resort, assisting George C. Wolfe in Hugh Jackman: In Time, co-writing It Ain’t All Confetti, the one man autobiographical show starring Rip Taylor and assisting legendary director Hal Prince on The Phantom of the Opera. In 2006 and 2007, his productions of Noises Off! and Eugene O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape were each awarded “Best Production of Year” by the Las Vegas Review Journal. In addition to his theatrical career, Aaron is an award-winning producer for radio, television and online marketing videos for influential corporations such as Microsoft and Disney. His passion for storytelling and love of film has brought him to his latest project of producing and directing a documentary examining aging in America.

Aaron focuses his teaching on acting, directing, audition technique and play analysis and has taught at Southeast Missouri State University, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Cornish College of the Arts, and currently the College of Southern Nevada. Some of Aaron’s personal interests include traveling, movies, photography, filming documentaries and football.