Chris Craddock is an Edmonton based Actor/Producer/Writer. His theatre work in Canada has been recognized with four Sterling Awards and two Dora Mavor Moore Awards. He is the proud recipient of the Centennial Medal for his contribution to the Arts in Alberta, and the Alberta Book Award. His musical BASH’d (co-written and performed with Nathan Cuckow) received a 2007 GLAAD media award. Chris has created compelling and engaging works for a wide cross-section of audiences. His plays include: Poptart; The Incredible Speediness of Jamie Cavanaugh, Indulgences; Faithless; DreamLife; SuperEd; Indulgences; Wrecked; Do it Right; Making Out; Men are Stupid Women are Crazy; Ha!, The Day Billy Lived); Moving Along; the fringe hit BoyGroove; and an adaptation of the novel Summer of my Amazing Luck by Miriam Toews. As well as theatre, Chris has made a successful switch to film and television, with four seasons of his show Tiny Plastic Men on SuperChannel and his feature directorial debut “It’s Not My Fault” due out this fall.