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David S. Craig is an internationally produced, multi-award-winning playwright and theatre artist. He has written 29 professionally produced dramatic works including his hit comedy Having Hope at Home; the internationally acclaimed Danny, King of the Basement, which has been seen by more than half a million people in North America alone; and his adaptation of Michel Ende’s The Neverending Story, which premiered at the Seattle Children’s Theatre and has had productions all over North America. Other successful plays include Double Trouble (aka The Parent Trap), which was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award; Smokescreen, which has been translated into five languages; his award-winning adaptation of Carlo Goldoni’s The Fan; and his one-man show Napalm the Magnificent, which was performed extensively over a 10-year period including an off-off Broadway run at the John Houseman Theatre in Manhattan. Craig’s work has garnered outstanding press notices and has been honored with numerous awards including: The Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding Production (three times), the Chalmers New Play Award (three times), the Rideau Award, The Canada Council Prize, The Writer’s Guild Prize for Radio Drama and the Barbara Hamilton Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Arts. Toronto’s NOW Magazine named Craig “One of Canada’s Top Twenty Playwrights.”