Jack Neary's plays have been produced all over the United States, in Canada, and in Europe. He is the author of Samuel French plays First Night and Sandbag, Stage Left (as John Anthony), as well as adaptations of The Fall of the House of Usher, Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp, and The Little Match Girl. His Jerry Finnegan's Sister was produced in Paris as La Soeur de Jerry King, and starred Arthur Jugnot and Cecilia Cara. His most recent plays are The Porch, produced by the Lyric Stage Company of Boston, Stoneham Theatre, Ann Baker and New Century Theatre at Smith College, and the Majestic Theatre in West Springfield, Massachusetts; and Auld Lang Syne, produced by New Century Theatre, and by the Peterborough Players, where it featured Emmy winner Gordon Clapp. Another of his recent plays, the comedy Kong's Night Out, was produced originally by the Lyric Stage Company of Boston, and then by the Meadowbrook Theatre, where it starred Cindy Williams and Eddie Mekka. He has written extensively for children, and his plays for families have been produced nationwide. He is also a director and actor, and appeared in 2011 in Ben Affleck's film, The Town, and in 2015 in Black Mass, which featured Johnny Depp. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild, Actors' Equity and SAG/AFTRA. In 2019, his most recent play, Trick or Treat, will be presented off-Broadway, and star Gordon Clapp.