Christian St. Croix is an award-winning playwright and the creative director of Boy and Monster, a theatre collective producing plays that center Black LGBTQ characters and stories. He currently resides in San Diego, CA.
Christian’s works include include teen plays, ZACK, a satire on 90s Saturday morning sitcoms, and the streetwear fairytale, Princes, winner of the 2017 San Diego International Fringe Festival Award for Outstanding LGBT Performance.
His most recent play, Monsters of the American Cinema was selected to receive a workshop and full production with Scripps Ranch Theatre's 2018 Out on a Limb New Play Series. It was then produced by Boy and Monster for the 2019 San Diego International Fringe Festival where it won three awards including Artists' Pick and the Cultural Exchange Award winning it a trip to be performed at a Fringe festival abroad. The script was recently added as a reading and study assignment for Carnegie Mellon University's Fall 2019 dramatic writing course, "Playwriting: Writing a Multicultural World".
Outside of writing for theatre, he’s the author of M., a collection of prose, poetry and microfiction that Outword Magazine describes as, ”Raw. Real. Radical. Racy.”
Christian is a member of the New Play Exchange, the Dramatists Guild and the Playwrights Center.