Kyle Jarrow is a writer and musician based in Brooklyn, NY. He creates work for the stage, film and television and he leads the rock band Sky-Pony. Kyle's theater pieces include A Very Merry Unauthorized Children's Scientology Pageant (OBIE Award), The Wildness (Lortel Award nominee), Armless (Fringe NY Overall Excellence Award), Whisper House (with Duncan Sheik, record available from RCA/Victor), Love Kills, Trigger, The Consequences (with Nathan Leigh), Hostage Song (with Clay McLeod Chapman), and Gorilla Man. Current theater works in development include Noir with Duncan Sheik, Ana and the American Dream with Josh Schmidt, and Fallout with Nick Blaemire. Upcoming: Whisper House in London and The SpongeBob Musical on Broadway.

Kyle has developed television projects for FX, FOX, CW, USA and MTV networks. His digital series Lost Generation (with music by Duncan Sheik) is currently running on Verizon's go90 network, with new episodes every Friday. Kyle penned the indie features Armless (based on his play) which was an official selection of the Sundance Film Festival, as well as Saint Janet (starring Kelly Bishop, now streaming on Amazon). He's written features for Warner Brothers, Voltage Pictures and MTV Films among others.

Alongside his wife Lauren Worsham, Kyle leads the band Sky-Pony. They released their debut LP Beautiful Monster on Knitting Factory Records in December 2015, to critical acclaim. Previously, Kyle was one of the founders of the now-retired art-rock band The Fabulous Entourage, which appeared in the Whitney Biennial and opened for such groups as Hot Chip and We Are Scientists. Kyle was also a member of the band Super Mirage.

Kyle has guest-lectured at Juilliard, USC Film School, Pratt, and the Actors Studio. He has been a Dramatists Guild Fellow and a member of the Ars Nova PlayGroup, he was a Los Angeles Drama Critics' Circle Award nominee, runner-up for the Princess Grace Playwriting Award, and a recipient of a Boris Segal Fellowship and a John Golden Prize. His playwriting work encompasses both music theater and straight plays, and has been presented all over the U.S., in Canada and in Europe: including The Old Globe, Steppenwolf, New York Theatre Workshop, Ars Nova, P.S. 122, American Repertory Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival and London's Finborough Theatre. He's particularly known for incorporating rock and pop music into the theater, a topic that he's written and spoken about widely. 

In addition to his writing work, Kyle was one of the founders of the indie publishing company Awkward Press. He has also established a presence in the burgeoning world of experiential design, having created work for ad agency 72andSunny and others. A graduate of Yale University, Kyle majored in religious studies. Kyle is represented by CAA. There's a Wikipedia page about him and you can see it here.

Photo by Jennifer Walkowiak

Photo by Jennifer Walkowiak