Padraic Lillis (Director) has worked on Broadway, National Tours, Off-Broadway, and Tony Award winning Regional Theaters. He is the Founding Artistic Director of The Farm Theater whose mission is to cultivate early career theater artists. He directed Lucky Chick for the NY International Fringe Festival and its’ production as part of the Fringe Encore Series. Padraic was awarded the NY IT Award for Outstanding director for his production of Lindsay Joy’s Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyber Queen, Overall Excellence Award from NY International Fringe Festival for his production of Lee Kaplan’s Bully, Best Director for his production of Valerie David’s The Pink Hulk at Planet Connections Theatre Festivity, and he was inducted into the Indie Theater Hall of Fame. Other solo shows he has directed are Douglas Taurel’s The American Soldier that performed at The Kennedy Center, Adina Taubman’s award winning show A Line In The Sand (a documentary show about Columbine), Kelly Kinsella’s When Thoughts Attack, he also co-wrote with Kelly Kinsella How To Do A One Person Show, and he wrote and performs his own solo shows: Hope You Get To Eleven or What are we going to do about Sally (awarded best solo show Planet Connections Theatre Festivity) and How To Survive Crack Addiction. He is also a published playwright with Dramatist Play Services and Indie Theater Now. His film, Hand Over Hand, that he wrote and directed was awarded Best Short at the Milan International Film Festival. Padraic was awarded the Dayton Hudson Distinguished Artist Fellowship. He is a member of Labyrinth Theater Company, the Founder and Artistic Director of The Farm Theater, and a life long Yankee fan.