I like plants.

I like plants.

Jack Spagnola is a Brooklyn based playwright. His full length plays include, Little League (The Kraine, Best Comedy, Sellout Award, Extension Award, FRIGID Festival, Theatre is Easy “Best Bet”), Lou (an unexpected search for friendship) (The Lark) , Doris and Cleveland (Dixon Place), and Memorial Gazebo. His one-acts include, The World’s Best Therapist (Hudson Guild Theatre), A Room for Four (Piccolo Theatre), and Blind Banana (Dixon Place). Jack’s 10-Minute plays include, Welcome Conference (The Kraine), A Romance, and Flirting with Age (Santa Cruz Actors’ Theatre). His work has been produced and developed at The Lark, The Tank, The Kraine, Dixon Place, and the PIT. Jack is an alumni of the UCLA Professional Program in Writing for Television and a former Artistic Apprentice at The Lark. 

And now, more informally and not in the third person...

My name is Jack. I really like to write. I write mostly comedy, not because I mean to, but more because I find the world really funny. Comedy is something that brings us together, and I love that. I also like salads, but not when they're too big. I like dancing, but not when it's not for too long because my feet start to hurt. I really like talking with people, and I really like playing tennis and softball. I'm somewhere in between weak and strong - I can pick up one heavy box, but probably not two. Sometimes I cry when I see a play, sometimes I cry when I stub my toe, but most of the time I'm smiling.