That's just a fancy way of saying 'The Characters.'
Meet the man behind the curtain.
Gregory Crafts is a multi-hyphenate creative artist residing in the Arts District of North Hollywood, California with his beloved wife, Jenn, and their two cats. Besides writing, his interests include acting, directing, going to the theatre, reading, playing video games, designing web sites, participating in 5k mud runs, comic books and martial arts. He is a founding member of Theatre Unleashed and is proud to serve as its Managing Director. He is also a card-carrying member of SAG-AFTRA, Actors' Equity, the Dramatists Guild, a founding member of the Theatrical Producers League of Los Angeles and a member of the Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights. He likes to spend what little free time he has playing Dungeons & Dragons with his friends or watching the UFC. A proud graduate of Emerson College, Greg also nurses an unhealthy obsession with the Boston Red Sox. gregorycrafts.com.
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Greg is proud to pledge a portion of all royalties and revenues from book sales and licensed productions of Friends Like These to Rachel's Challenge, a non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring, equipping and empowering every person to create a permanent positive culture change in their school, business and community by starting a chain reaction of kindness and compassion.
Rachel Scott was a remarkable young woman who was known for reaching out to students at her school that were new, lonely or picked on. She was also, tragically, the first victim of the Columbine High School Massacre. Inspired by her writings, her family began Rachel's Challenge to honor her memory and tackle the issues of bullying and teen sucicde head-on.