Aaron Pratt is a Freelance Production/General Manager and Branding Professional living in New York City. Originally hailing from the "City of Oaks" in Raleigh, North Carolina, Aaron had the opportunity to work with some of the nation's most talented artists and companies in a community that in recent years has become one of the fastest growing in the Southeast.

Between 2003 and 2008, Aaron attended East Carolina University and received two BFA concentrations in Musical Theatre Styles and Meisner Acting Technique. While attending East Carolina, Aaron appeared in fifteen plays and musicals through the ECU/Loessin Playhouse and Summer Theatre, and countless other workshop, showcase and event presentations. In 2008, Aaron produced (and directed) the Sondheim/Furth musical Merrily, We Roll Along as a Senior Thesis Project in his final semester.

Upon graduation, Aaron returned to his hometown to work in both production and creative capacities with several of its leading companies, including The North Carolina Theatre, Burning Coal Theatre Company, Theatre in the Park, and Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy, among others.

Arriving in New York City in November of 2009, Aaron began working more exclusively in Production and Branding. Some of Aaron’s production credits include: How to Succeed in Business… (Broadway), The Irish Repertory Theatre: A Childs Christmas in Wales (Off-Broadway), North Atlantic starring Tony nominee Robert Cuccioli (Jekyll & Hyde) and Ellen Harvey (How to Succeed...), Disenchanted, Chopsticks and Dirty Laundry, A Dance for Rylie, The Pursuit of Mr. Rockefeller and Musically Human Theatre Productions: Next to Normal. Aaron has also worked with a number of other independent artists and companies in either consulting or brand development capacities. In the summer of 2013, Aaron partnered with Matthew Wright of Stuart Thompson Productions (Book of Mormon) to form Good People Management Group, a general management and consulting firm. More information on Good People can be found here.

Aaron's latest work can be viewed on the Projects page.