Max Reuben

Max Reuben was born in Philadelphia and lives in Brooklyn. He’s a playwright, director, sometimes-actor, and founding member of AGGROCRAG – a Brooklyn-based theater company dedicated to creating original plays.

His work has been seen at all kinds of venues, from Ars Nova to NYU to a cool apartment in Williamsburg, and with some of New York City’s most exciting theater companies.

He’s a proud graduate of Playwrights Horizons Theater School, an undergraduate studio at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he now happily teaches playwriting.


The Tank's 2017 Sunday Brunch Artist-in-Residency collaboration with Jillian Carucci, Ivey Lowe, and Andrew Willis-Woodward.

Bank Holiday, with director Victoria Flores.

This Story Could Be Your Life, with director Andrew Neisler for Dixon Place (originally developed at Fresh Ground Pepper's 2014 BRB retreat).