In his critically received works, Tim Crouch interrogates the role of the audience in the generation of theatre, theatre as a conceptual form, and the creative act of playwrighting. The BBC Radio 3 production of My Arm won a coveted Prix Italia for Best Adaptation in the Radio Drama category. Crouch won best male actor for his performance in An Oak Tree at the Brighton Festival in 2006, and the piece also received a prestigious Obie Special Citation following its New York run. ENGLAND enjoyed a sold-out run as part of the 2007 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and has gone on to receive three major awards: a Fringe First, a Herald Archangel, and a Total Theatre Award.