Playwright, Director, Actor
Spencer Huffman is a playwright, director, and actor based in Chicago. His plays include: The Baseball Gods, When We Were Little, Shine Down On Us, The Swamp Play, Like Some Deep Booming, The Vastness of the North, and If Only We Were Ghosts. His plays have earned recognition from theatres and festivals across the country, including The National Playwrights Conference, American Stage’s 21st Century Voices New Play Festival, Landing Theatre Co. New American Voices Festival, Southwest Theatre Production’s Rising Artists Playwriting Competition, and Relative Theatrics, among others. He has been a writer-in-residence at The Millay Colony and The Marble House Project and is currently in-residence at the Kerouac Project of Orlando. As a director, Spencer’s work includes site-specific productions of Jerusalem by Jez Butterworth, Bug by Tracy Letts, and Aaslt by Duncan McLean and Pol Heyvaert, among others. Spencer is a graduate of the School at Steppenwolf and an ensemble member at Bramble Theatre Co. BA: Kenyon College.