Max Arnaud is an actor, teacher, playwright, and director. He teaches playwriting and acting for New York City Children’s Theater, LEAP Onstage, 87 Afterschool, Uptown Stories, and Young Playwrights. He has taught and co-directed for Brooklyn Players Summer Program since 2009 and directed Brooklyn Players Community Musical Theater’s productions of Urinetown and Into the Woods. Some of his theater credits: Exodus Code at The Flea, Spring Awakening at Center Stage NY, L’Chayim at Theater for the New City, Barking Girl at 4th Street Theatre (New Georges), Dreams of Friendly Aliens at Abindgon Theatre, Comedy of Tenors at Oldcastle Theatre Company, Puma at NJ Rep, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Most recently at Greenbrier Valley Theater: To Kill a Mockingbird and Long Day’s Journey Into Night. His play Daydream toured the Canadian Fringe Festival. Film: Upstate (LA Film Festival, 2010). BA: Tulane, MFA: WVU. Website: www.maxarnaud.com.