Mark Crawford

Mark's newest play, Boys, Girls, and Other Mythological Creatures, is written for Young Audiences and premiered with Carousel Players in April, 2017.

The Birds and the Bees, premiered at the Blyth Festival in June, 2016. It has since been produced at Port Stanley Festival Theatre and Prairie Theatre Exchange with upcoming productions at Victoria Playhouse Petrolia, Victoria Playhouse PEI, Thousand Islands Playhouse, and Western Canada Theatre.

Bed and Breakfast, premiered at the Thousand Islands Playhouse in 2015. The script was developed through the Thousand Islands Playhouse Playwrights' Unit. Bed and Breakfast plays at Centaur Theatre in April-May, 2017.

Mark's first play, Stag and Doe, premiered at the Blyth Festival in the summer of 2014. The play has gone on to receive several other professional productions: Neptune Theatre, Port Stanley Festival Theatre, Lighthouse Festival Theatre, Upper Canada Playhouse, Festival Players of Prince Edward County, Theatre Orangeville, and others.

Stag and Doe and Bed and Breakfast are published as a two-play edition by Scirocco Drama.

As an actor, Mark has performed at theatres across the country including: Canadian Stage, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Theatre New Brunswick, Young People's Theatre, Theatre Aquarius, Blyth Festival, Studio 180 Theatre, Magnus Theatre, Carousel Players, Manitoba Theatre for Young People, Sudbury Theatre Centre, Thousand Islands Playhouse.

Mark grew up on his family's beef farm near Glencoe, Ontario. A graduate of the University of Toronto and Sheridan College, he now lives in Stratford.
 

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