David S. Craig has written more than twenty professionally produced plays, including Having Hope at Home and Fires in the Night for the Blyth Festival, a stage adaptation of Cue for Treason for Lorraine Kimsa Theatre (formerly YPT) and The Neverending Story for Imagination Stage and the Seattle Children's Theatre. For Roseneath Theatre he has written the internationally acclaimed Danny, King of the Basement, and Smokescreen as well as, with Robert Morgan, Morgan's Journey, Head à Tête, The Book of Miracles, Health Class and Dib and Dob and The Journey Home.
His one-man show Napalm the Magnificent was performed extensively in Canada and at the John Houseman Theatre Centre on Theatre Row in Manhattan. For CBC Radio, David created a fifty-one part series for Morningside based on his stage play Booster Crane, P.M. and for Metro Morning, a 50 episode series titled The Diamond Lane. He has written episodes of The New Babar for Nelvana and is currently working on a screenplay of Danny for Instinct Films. NOW magazine has called David S. Craig, 'one of the top twenty playwrights in Canada.'
He is currently the Artistic Director of Roseneath Theatre (www.roseneath.ca ), Ontario?s largest touring theatre.