TOM JACOBSON has had more than 80 productions in Los Angeles and around the country, including The Beloved Disciple, Cyberqueer, and Degenerate Art. His adaptations of Sperm at Circle X and The Orange Grove at Playwrights Arena were Critics Choice in the Los Angeles Times. He has been a co-literary manager of The Theatre @ Boston Court, a founding member of Playwrights Ink, artistic director of Ensemble Studio Theatre-LA, and a board member of Cornerstone Theater Company. He is currently on the board of The Theatre @ Boston Court. The Road Theatre Company's 2008 The Friendly Hour followed their 1998 production of Tainted Blood (winner of seven Valley Theatre League Awards), their 2004 production of Ouroboros (Garland Award for playwriting, LA Weekly Awards for playwriting and Production of the Year), and their 2005 production of Bunbury, which was nominated for a GLAAD Award and an Ovation Award, and won several Valley Theatre League and Ticketholder Awards. The Twentieth Century Way at The Theatre @ Boston Court garnered acclaim in both Pasadena and at the New York International Fringe Festival, and just finished a run at the Rattlestick Theatre in NYC. The Chinese Massacre (Annotated) at Circle X and House of the Rising Son at Ensemble Studio Theatre-LA premiered in April 2011. Diet of Worms premiered at Chalk Repertory Theatre in June 2015.