Cónal Creedon is a short story writer, novelist, playwright, and documentary film-maker. His stage plays include: The Trial Of Jesus (2000), produced as part of the Irish National Millennium Celebrations (awarded two National Business2Arts Awards and nominated for The Irish Times Theatre Awards), Glory Be To The Father (2002), and Second City Trilogy (2005), commissioned by The European Capital of Culture.
In 2008, Creedon’s play, When I Was God, was produced by Plays Upstairs New York at the 1st Irish New York Theatre Festival. In 2009 his plays When I Was God and After Luke were produced by the Irish Repertory Theatre in New York to high critical acclaim. In 2010 two of Cónal’s plays, When I Was God and After Luke represented Ireland to high acclaim at the World Expo in Shanghai, China. The Cure had its New York premiere in 2013, when it featured at the Origin New York Theatre Festival. The production went on to be awarded Best Actor and nominated Best Playwright Award.