Wade Bradford

  • Playwright, published author, and English professor
  • His plays have been performed in schools and theaters throughout the United States and England
  • Winner of the East Repertory Playhouse's "Page to Stage" playwriting competition


Wade Bradford has written a number of books as well as 16 plays, each of which has been published. His works include a teen comedy about the prom, titled "Promedy," and a comic take on fantasy tales titled, "CSI: Neverland." His script, "Conflict," won the East Repertory Playhouse's "Page to Stage" playwriting competition.

Bradford has worked both on stage and off at a variety of regional theaters. From 1992 to 2000, he wrote and directed seven productions for Yorba Linda Civic Light Opera's youth theater. Beginning in 2009, Bradford began serving as a board member for the Canyon Theatre Guild in Santa Clarita, California. He currently teaches literature and composition courses at Moorpark College. His first children's book, "Why Do I Have to Make My Bed?" was published by Tricycle Press / Random House in 2011. 


Wade Bradford earned a Bachelor of Arts in creative writing and a Master of Arts in literature, both from California State University, Northridge.

Awards and Publications

Wade Bradford has published numerous books, including:

​​Bradford's script, "Conflict," won East Repertory Playhouse's "Page to Stage" playwriting competition in 2007.

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