Bio

Photo of Jeffrey Cranor Jeffrey Cranor is co-writer (along with creator Joseph Fink) of the bi-weekly podcast WELCOME TO NIGHT VALE. He is also makes dance and theater with choreographer (and wife) Jillian Sweeney. Most recently: VULTURE-WALLY at Incubator Arts Project and THIS COULD BE IT at The Chocolate Factory. Jeffrey also writes, performs, and directs (mostly short) plays for the New York Neo-Futurists and their long-running show TOO MUCH LIGHT MAKES THE BABY GO BLIND.

Writing

Welcome to Night Vale; Commonplace Books (ongoing, bi-weekly comedy/fiction podcast); 2012-?

Vulture-Wally; Jillian Sweeney; Incubator Arts Project (NYC); 2013

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind; New York Neo-Futurists (ongoing, weekly production of original short plays); 2006-?

What the Time Traveler Will Tell Us; co-written with Joseph Fink; Incubator Arts Project (NYC); 2011

This could be it, co-written with Jillian Sweeney; Chocolate Factory (NYC); 2009

(Not) Just a Day Like Any Other; co written with Eevin Hartsough, Kevin R. Free & Christopher Borg; New York Neo-Futurists, Red Room (NYC); 2008

To Hear About Your Day, Naked Theater, The Elevens (Northampton, MA), 2006

Directing

Vulture-Wally; Jillian Sweeney; Incubator Arts Project (NYC); 2013

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind; New York Neo-Futurists (ongoing, weekly production of original short plays); 2006-?

This could be it, co-written with Jillian Sweeney; Chocolate Factory (NYC); 2009

Imaginary Lines, written by Jillian Sweeney; HERE Arts (NYC); 2007

The Flu Season, by Will Eno, APE Arts (Northampton, MA), 2006

Performance

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind; New York Neo-Futurists (ongoing, weekly production of original short plays); 2006-?

What the Time Traveler Will Tell Us; co-written with Joseph Fink; Incubator Arts Project (NYC); 2011

(Not) Just a Day Like Any Other; co written with Eevin Hartsough, Kevin R. Free & Christopher Borg; New York Neo-Futurists, Red Room (NYC); 2008; NY Innovative Theater Award for Outstanding Ensemble