Aaron Salazar is an NYC Immersive & Experiential theatre director & choreographer & founder of Poseidon Theatre Company. He enters into his 2nd decade in NYC with his most recent work: The Cooping Theory 1969: Who Killed Edgar Allan Poe? An immersive paranormal experience with Executive Producers: DDM Productions at RPM Underground in Midtown Manhattan. His work has been featured in major press publications & daily’s including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NY Daily News, NY Post & Timeout NY including his latest work being highlighted as “Best Immersive Theatre in New York City”. Online his work was featured on XLive.com, Playbill.com, No Proscenium & Urban Milan. Salazar has been featured on the podcasts: Bagels & Broadway with Valerie Smaldone & Immersion Nation with Nathanial Skye.
Salazar has spent a life in the theatre starting at the age of 8 years old. Having been a student in the final years of the “magnet” vocational training programs, he started training in the arts in the 4th grade and has never looked back. Since moving to NYC 20 years ago, he has worked in a myriad of capacities in the arts. Both on and off stage. As a celebrated educator, Salazar’s students have moved on to have success in film, television & Broadway. With a foundation in classical theatre craft & dance, he has married all of his skills to hone the formation of Poseidon Theatre Company in NYC. “PTC” focuses on the Exploration & Development of Immersive works through classic based texts and myths both from the great cannon of stories and modern mythology.
Other projects include being the co-host of the Creative Hustle Podcast with Hassan Sayeed and the relaunch of the Poseidon Theatre Company Podcast. Salazar will be launching the Acting Immersive Intensive & The Solo Series (Installation based immersive work featuring new work from playwrights from NYC).