J. Cody Spellman biography
J. Cody Spellman
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Directing credits include: Burn (Mercy Street Theatre Company), #Matter, Root Sin (Jackalope Theatre Company Living Newspaper Festival), Public Parts, Bury the Ratchet (Blood Oath. Comedy—The Second City), The Blue Room (Stage 773), Waiting for Grimace (The Neapolitans Theatre Company), The Pillowman, The Glory of Living, 27 Wagons Full of Cotton, Wind Mills (Columbia College Chicago). Cody has also directed Solo (a short film), and a sketch comedy pilot with Blood Oath. Assistant directing credits include: My Name Is Asher Lev (directed by Kimberly Senior—TimeLine Theatre Company), The Knowledge (directed by Jonathan Berry—Steep Theatre Company), The Receptionist (directed by Joanie Schultz—Steep Theatre Company), The Sweeter Option (directed by Marti Lyons—Strawdog Theatre Company), Floyd Collins (directed by Tom Mula—Columbia College Chicago). Cody is the Executive Producer of Chicago's only late-night talk show, Good Evening with Pat Whalen. Spellman received his B.A. in Theatre with a concentration in Directing from Columbia College Chicago in 2013.
[Bio as of April 2016]