CHRIS LITTLER is a writer, composer, and director best known for co-writing and co-directing the podcast musical 36 Questions with his writing partner, Ellen Winter.
His work has appeared in The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Playbill, Wired, The Guardian, and Marie Claire. He has appeared as a panelist and industry expert at the Austin Film Festival, On Air Fest in New York, and South by Southwest. With Ellen Winter, he has partnered professionally to develop work with SPACE on Ryder Farm, Ars Nova, and the Rhinebeck Musical Theatre Retreat. With Chamber Band, he appeared on the Chris Gethard Show.
In 2013, he wrote a full-length concept album about falling in love and tabletop gaming called Deities, released with Chamber Band. He was a senior writer for both seasons of the Limetown podcast and directed the majority of that show's second season. In 2018, he co-wrote an episode of the upcoming Limetown television show for Facebook Watch and, along with Ellen Winter, was under commission by Ars Nova, writing a new podcast musical.
He hails from the deep suburbs of Chandler, Arizona and currently lives in Connecticut with his wife Kelly Tieger and their dog, Tuck.
He is represented by UTA.