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Chris Parr (born 1944) is a British theatre director and television executive. In the late 1960s and early 1970s Parr was Fellow in Theatre at the University of Bradford. In the mid 1970s he became Artistic Director of the Traverse Theatre. In 1994 he was appointed head of drama at BBC Birmingham. In the same year he produced the Takin' Over the Asylum, which won a BAFTA award. By 2002 he had moved to Thames Television as head of drama. Contents 1 Credits 1.1 as Director 1.2 as Producer 1.3 as Executive Producer 1.4 as Commissioning Editor 2 References 3 Sources // Credits as Director Revenge by Howard Brenton (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, 1969) Gum and Goo by Howard Brenton, Bradford University Theatre Group, 1969–70 Heads by Howard Brenton, University of Bradford Drama Group, 1969 The Education of Skinny Spew by Howard Brenton, University of Bradford Drama Group, 1969 Triple Bill: Laughs etc, History of a Poor Old Man and The Old Jew (Soho Theatre, 1970) Two Kinds of Angels (Bradford, 1970) Inquisition (Soho Theatre, 1971) A Fart for Europe (Theatre Upstairs, 1973) True-Life (Soho Theatre, 1973) New Reekie (Traverse Theatre, 1977) A&R (Traverse Theatre, 1977) Rents (Traverse Theatre, 1979)[1] The Case of David Anderson QC (Traverse Theatre, 1980) The Long March (BBC Television, 1983) The Rainbow (BBC Television) Heartlanders (Birmingham Community Theatre, 1989) Kings of the Road (Edinburgh Festival, Ambassadors Dublin, Winchester Theatre Royal, Greenwich Theatre, 2003)[2] The Musical (Edinburgh Festival, 2004) as Producer You, Me & Marley (1992) Martin Chuzzlewit (BBC, 1994) Takin' Over the Asylum (BBC Scotland, 1994) as Executive Producer Preston Front II (BBC, 1995) The Bill (Thames, 2002) as Commissioning Editor Dangerfield (BBC) Preston Front (BBC) Backup (BBC) Dalziel & Pascoe (BBC) Cruel Train (BBC) References ^ 'Critic's Choice: Theatre', Scotland on Sunday, 18 May 2003. Retrieved 3 December 2005. ^ 'Biography', edbyrne.com, 2003. Retrieved 3 December 2005. Sources 'New Challenge at BBC' Bradford University News and Views, November 1995. Retrieved 3 December 2005. Persondata Name Parr, Chris Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a British businessperson born in the 1940s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This biographical article related to British television is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e