Tom Wood is now known across the country for his sensational adaptations.
Metro Magazine
Sense&Sensibility …a radiant, compulsively entertaining new adaptation by Tom Wood …a heartfelt and funny romantic comedy.
Liz Nicholls, 12th Night
Tom Wood hit the bull’s-eye with his adaptation of Jane Austen’s masterpiece Pride&Prejudice. A show that must, must, must be seen!
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EBENEZER INK is a web-site promoting the plays of Tom Wood. All of the scripts mentioned here are available as reading copies to interested producers and also on Amazon.com/ca or Stageplays.com.
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University of Alberta graduate -Tom Wood is an accomplished actor, playwright, teacher and director. He has worked with every major theatre in Canada and a number in the United States. Mr. Wood has spent 17 years with the Citadel Theatre, seven years with the Stratford Festival and five with the Shaw Festival.


For the theatre Tom has written:
North Shore Live (with Bob Baker and Nicola Cavendish) Jessie Award for Best New Play; B-Movie, the play, five Dora Mavor Moore awards and the Chalmers Award for Best New Play, Clap Trap, a farce, produced at Canadian Stage in Toronto and the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. Make Mine Love, a romantic comedy, described by the Edmonton Journal as: "Tom Wood's Love Letter to the Golden Age of Hollywood Movie Making" had its world premiere at the Citadel Theatre in May, 2014. He has also adapted Pirates of Penzance for the Stratford Festival.

Tom has also adapted:
A Christmas Carol (in its eighteenth season at the Citadel Theatre, Edmonton) a new version of Servant of Two Masters (set in the Klondike) produced by the Citadel Theatre, a new version of Uncle Vanya (set on the prairies in 1928) produced at Citadel Theatre, National Arts Centre and Artist’s Repertory Theatre in Portland, Oregon with William Hurt as Astrov, a new version of Peter Pan (set on the prairies during the depression) produced by the Citadel Theatre, a new version of Pride and Prejudice produced by the Citadel Theatre and the Banff Centre. Also a new version of The Three Musketeers produced at the Citadel Theatre. In the spring of 2017, Tom’s new adaptation of Jane Austen’s Sense&Sensibility opened at the Citadel Theatre to superb notices and terrific box-office.
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THE THREE MUSKETEERS- A thrilling twist on the Alexandre Dumas original. The Three Musketeers will definitely not disappoint.
Metro Magazine
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE- A sparkling new adaptation. Remarkably resonant…Glorious….Outstanding…Radiates intelligence and heart. … delightful and absorbing, and the fortunes of Lizzy, Jane and the rest are crucial to us.
Liz Nicholls, The Edmonton Journal