Summer of My Amazing Luck: Development Notes

Apr 05, 2005

A History of Development
Theatre Network commissioned Chris Craddock in April of 2000 to adapt Miriam Toews’ novel Summer of My Amazing Luck. Theatre Network acknowledges the following in the development:
CKUA Radio Network – Live Broadcast (Chapter I)
NEXTFEST June 9, 2000: 
Beth Graham, Daniela Vlaskalic, Chris Bullough, Chris Craddock, Bradley Moss,
Technorckestra: Chris Smith, Thom Golub, Duke Paetz
 Host: Chris Martin
CKUA Radio Network – Live Broadcast (Chapter II)
NEXTFEST June 9, 2001: 
Rachael Johnston, Sophie Lees, George Szilagyi, Chris Craddock, Bradley Moss,
The Almost Leather Band: Chris Smith, Jason Kodie, Duke Paetz
 Host: Darrin Hagen
CBC Radio One – Live Broadcast (Chapter I & II)
NEXTFEST June 7, 2003: 
Jana O’Connor, Martin Happer, Lora Brovold, Chris Craddock, Bradley Moss,
Musicians: Chris Wynters, Scott Peters, Jeff Smook, Cory Papirny
 Hosts: Dan Cherwoniak, Chris Martin
On The Verge 2004 Workshop
Magnetic North Festival June, 2004: 
Chris Craddock, Beth Graham, Caroline Livingstone, Bradley Moss, James DeFelice
Theatre Network is pleased to recognize the support it received from The Lee Fund of the Edmonton Arts Council and NPC Group S.A. for the creation and development of Summer of My Amazing Luck.