Chris Craddock graduated from the University of Alberta’s BFA Acting Program in the spring of 1996. Since then, he has written or co-written over twenty plays for Fringe, Mainstage and TYA audiences, as well as two feature films, and three musicals, two of which received commercial productions in major cities. Some highlights include BASH’d: A Gay Rap Opera, which played three months off-Broadway and is the recipient of a GLAAD award; BoyGroove, which received a six-week commercial run in Toronto and a Dora Award; and 3…2…1, which toured to the Magnetic North Festival in Ottawa 2006. A bilingual feature film, The Pharmacist/La Pharmacien, written by and co-starring Craddock, is currently in audio post-production. Summer of My Amazing Luck was adapted from the novel of the same name by Miriam Toews. Chris’s solo show Moving Along has toured across Canada, including appearances in the 2005-2006 seasons of One Yellow Rabbit and Theatre Network. Chris has also worked as an Artistic Director, first of Azimuth Theatre 2001-2005 and then of Rapid Fire Theatre from 2005-2009.