TOM WOODWARD* (BO) thankfully returns to the Dobama stage, appearing previously in THE NORWEGIANS, MIDDLETOWN, DEAD MAN’S CELL PHONE, THE SEAFARER and as Will Cronin, a conflicted fundamentalist Christian in A BRIGHT NEW BOISE, for which he received a Best Actor nomination from the Cleveland Critics Circle. Other area credits include: THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK (Cleveland Play House), THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE (none too fragile theater), EDDIE! (Theatre in the Circle), THREE SISTERS (Mamai Theatre Company) and RACE (Beck Center for the Arts). National Regional Theatre credits include: MACHINAL, GROSS INDECENCY: THE THREE TRIALS OF OSCAR WILDE and RICHARD III (Kansas City Repertory Theatre), THE TEMPEST and TWELFTH NIGHT (Heart of America Shakespeare Festival) and the west coast premieres of both JACK AND JILL (International City Theatre, Long Beach, CA) and UNEXPECTED TENDERNESS (Lee Strasberg Institute, Hollywood). Film and television credits include: a recurring role on the daytime drama General Hospital, a supporting role in the PBS American Masterpiece film Cora Unashamed and a featured role in the upcoming Eric Swinderman film Anhedonia. This summer, look for him sharing the stage with Derdriu Ring in Steven Dietz’s BLOOMSDAY at none too fragile theater. Tom is a longtime member of SAG/AFTRA and a very proud member of Actors’ Equity Association..