Kyle Jarrow


Kyle Jarrow is an Obie Award-winning writer and musician who makes work for television, film and the stage. He created the television series Valor, which premiered on The CW network and is now available to stream on Netflix. Kyle is bookwriter of the Broadway musical SpongeBob SquarePants, for which he was nominated for Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards. He created the streaming series Lost Generation (with original music by Duncan Sheik) and he leads the rock band Sky-Pony (called "indie pop aces" by The New York Times).

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), Hostage Song (with Clay McLeod Chapman), The Consequences (with Nathan Leigh), Love Kills, Trigger and Gorilla Man. His plays have been seen 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 Other Palace Theatre.

Alongside his wife Lauren Worsham, Kyle leads the rock band Sky-Pony. They released their debut LP Beautiful Monster on Knitting Factory Records to critical acclaim. Previously, Kyle was a founder of the now-retired art-rock band The Fabulous Entourage, which appeared at the Whitney Biennial and opened for such groups as Hot Chip and We Are Scientists.  A graduate of Yale University, he majored in religious studies.