Jackson Janowicz

Jackson Janowicz

Jackson is an actor, writer, director, and graduate of Purdue University where he studied acting and philosophy. Jackson has performed regionally with a number of professional theatre companies (ZACH Theatre, Indianapolis Shakespeare Company, Florida Studio Theatre,...). His short play - Heaven - was a selected finalist and winner in the Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette's 8th 10-minute Play Competition,...
Jackson is an actor, writer, director, and graduate of Purdue University where he studied acting and philosophy. Jackson has performed regionally with a number of professional theatre companies (ZACH Theatre, Indianapolis Shakespeare Company, Florida Studio Theatre,...). His short play - Heaven - was a selected finalist and winner in the Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette's 8th 10-minute Play Competition, winner of the Greenberg Playwrighting Competition at The Alley Theatre Company, and an Honorable Mention in Mixing it Up Productions' (NYC) Emerging Playwrights Competition. Heaven was produced in October of 2021 as a part of the American Lives Theatre's Short Play Festival: American Identity and is set to be produced in spring 2023 at The Alley Theatre Company. Lastly, Jackson's Mocku-Comedy Short Film - The Eagle Scout - was just announced as an Official Selection at the Indie Shorts Fest in Los Angeles.

Plays

  • Kuwaiti Ego Death
    It's 1991. Two oil-well firefighters from Oklahoma prepare to join the international crew tasked with extinguishing the seven-hundred Kuwaiti oil fires that have been left burning in wake of the Gulf War. What starts as a simple international work contract, rapidly unfurls into a complex exploration of culture, identity, and consciousness.
  • Heaven
    After an impromptu parent-teacher conference, a struggling mother is forced to confront her daughter's recent string of disturbing behavior at school.