Spencer has written a variety of theatrical work including a full length drama, a one man show, and a full length musical.
He was also a regular sketch writer for The Coaster Show, where short plays were performed on a monthly basis at the Ballast Bar in Seattle's Capitol Cider.
Below you can find samples of Spencer's plays
It is no small thing to be in control of life.
- vanya in Traffick
A thriller about the organ trade.
Two worlds collide in this gruesome thriller of blood and secrecy. The internet connects the dangerous world of Ukrainian criminals to the secretive screens of American hackers. A single email sets two household from across the globe on a collision course where the most difficult choices become daily life. Where the NSA can't keep Americans safe, and where the power of the information age is rivaled by by the most primal need for survival in the slums
The Egg Show
The Egg Show is a one man show that celebrates the potential of people and eggs.
The Egg scrambles to cook up an answer to eggs-istenial issues. Meanwhile, an egg-obsessed boy, Eddie, copes with a neighborhood bully, an absent mother and a school system that can't accept his egg-centric passion. The Eggspert fights against the capitalist conglomerate Corpo Incorporated for his egg themed radio show.
I am an egg. I have a shell. Inside of me there is a yolk. you see, the yolk symbolizes potential.
-The Egg, from The Egg Show
Oh my goodness there are zombies everywhere!
-Ensemble in Zombies!
Zombies! The Musical
Unlikely heroes try to save the world in this self aware show
Lewis and Megan are finding romance at a high school party, but their fun is cut short when an evil magician raises the dead. As they flee for their lives they meet some unlikely friends: Sir Robert the Local Knight, and Garrett the Sophisticated Dead Man who convince them to face their problems head on, and save the world from the zombie apocalypse using a little hope, faith, luck, and love.