Spencer Huffman

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Spencer Huffman is a playwright, actor, and director based in Chicago. His plays include: When We Were Little, Shine Down On Us, The Swamp Play, Like Some Deep Booming, and If Only We Were Ghosts. His plays have earned finalist and semi-finalist nominations from The National Playwrights Conference, American Stage’s 21st Century Voices New Play Festival, Landing Theatre Co. New American Voices Festival, and The New Colony. Spencer’s plays have received staged readings from Three Cat Productions (Chicago, IL) and Broken Bell Productions (Chicago, IL). He was a member of the Writers Room 7.0 at The New Colony in Chicago. His directing credits include Bug by Tracy Letts and Jerusalem by Jez Butterworth. Spencer earned a BA Kenyon College with majors in Theatre and English.