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G. Wood

 
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Stage Credits

  [San Diego, CA (Regional)]
Old Globe Production, 1982
Performer
  [Broadway]
1977
Reverend Canon Chasuble, D.D.
  [Broadway]
1974
Performer
  [Regional (US)]
World Premiere, 1973
Performer
  [Regional (US)]
World Premiere, 1971
George Smith (American Flag)
  [Broadway]
1969
Duke of Exeter
  [Broadway]
1967
Jamie Cregan
  [Broadway]
1967
M. Argan
  [Broadway]
1964
Thomas Putnam
  [Broadway]
1964
Dr. Dorn
  [Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Broadway Production, 1960
Performer
  [Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Broadway Production, 1956
Performer
  [Broadway]
Closed on the road, 1955
Ignatz
Singing Ensemble
  [Broadway]
1953
Performer
  [Broadway]
1953
Carbon de Castel Jaloux

Productions

 
[San Diego, CA (Regional), 1982]
Director

Writing

Composer
Composer/Lyricist
Bookwriter






G. Wood News

Richardson Civic Art Society Presents The Members Show
In The Green Mezzanine-galler Photo Richardson Civic Art Society Presents The Members Show In The Green Mezzanine-gallery
by Stephi Wild - Oct 12, 2022

The RCAS Members Show will be on exhibit from September 28-October 30, 2022 in the Eisemann Center's Forrest & Virginia Green Mezzanine Gallery.

Veteran Actor Bruce Kirby Dies at 95 Photo Veteran Actor Bruce Kirby Dies at 95
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 2, 2021

BRUCE KIRBY, beloved veteran character actor best remembered for his great performance as Matt Dillon's father Pop Ryan in the Academy Award-winning film CRASH.

Photo Flash: First Look at TOO HEAVY FOR YOUR POCKET at George Street Playhouse Photo Photo Flash: First Look at TOO HEAVY FOR YOUR POCKET at George Street Playhouse
by Stephi Wild - Apr 24, 2019

Photos from George Street Playhouse's production of Too Heavy for Your Pocket by Jireh Breon Holder, winner of the Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award, have been released. Check them out below!

'CURIOUS INCIDENT, Starring Autistic Actor, Opens This Month at Syracuse Stage Photo 'CURIOUS INCIDENT, Starring Autistic Actor, Opens This Month at Syracuse Stage
by BWW News Desk - Oct 27, 2017

Syracuse Stage brings a deeply moving and engaging experience with the Tony award-winning (Best Play) show 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,' adapted by Simon Stephens from the original novel by Mark Haddon. 'Curious Incident' is co-produced with the Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT).

'CURIOUS INCIDENT, Starring Autistic Actor, Opens This Month at Syracuse Stage Photo 'CURIOUS INCIDENT, Starring Autistic Actor, Opens This Month at Syracuse Stage
by BWW News Desk - Oct 9, 2017

Syracuse Stage brings a deeply moving and engaging experience with the Tony award-winning (Best Play) show 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,' adapted by Simon Stephens from the original novel by Mark Haddon. 'Curious Incident' is co-produced with the Indiana Repertory Theatre (IRT).

Two New Releases from FaithVenture Media Photo Two New Releases from FaithVenture Media
by Robert Diamond - Aug 11, 2017

Alfre Woodard Signs on for THE LION KING Remake Photo Alfre Woodard Signs on for THE LION KING Remake
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 7, 2017

The Hollywood Reporter has reported that Alfre Woodard has signed on to join Jon Favreau's big screen remake of Disney's The Lion King. Woodard will provide the voice of Sarabi, Simba's mom.

PAPERMAKER Gets to the Heart of Maine Milltowns
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 22, 2017

Penobscot Theatre Company is preparing to stage the second production of Papermaker, by acclaimed Maine author Monica Wood (The One-in-a-Million Boy, We Were the Kennedys). Directed by Daniel Burson (One Blue Tarp), the production will open in previews March 16 and run through April 2, with 14 performances at the historic Bangor Opera House.

BWW Review: Warm and Wistful Comedy Explores Family Bonds
by Carla Maria Verdino-S√ľllwold - Oct 17, 2016

Biddeford's City Theater opened its season with a warm, wistful comedy about love and intergenerational relationships in a New Jersey Italian-American family. Joe Di Pietro's 1998 Over the River and Through the Woods is a funny, touching, and often penetrating memoir about ageless conflicts between old and young and the inevitable changes that come in relationships with the changing times. In the City Theater of Biddeford's production, these completely relatable memories come to life with vivid truthfulness.

BWW Review: Pinter's A SLIGHT ACHE Given Outstanding Production at Group rep in NoHo
by Don Grigware - Sep 27, 2016

There's nothing like a Pinter play for stimulation and excitement. The playwright, in fact, has his very own adjective 'pinteresque'. Stephen Sondheim has immortalized him in song in 'The Ladies Who Lunch' from Company. He's the top, so why aren't his plays easier to figure out? One thing is certain, they provide an emotional workout for the actors involved. Now onstage at the Upstairs theatre at Group rep in NoHo, A Slight Ache is receiving a superb production with exemplary direction from Kevin Dobson and a fine cast of three, who really exercise/exorcise their demons within the 70-minute time.frame.


G. Wood Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has G. Wood been in?
G. Wood has appeared on Broadway in 10 shows.

How many West End shows has G. Wood been in?
G. Wood has not appeared in the West End

How many shows has G. Wood written?
G. Wood has written 2 shows including F. Jasmine Addams (Composer/Lyricist), All Together Now (Composer).