Emma Wood

Emma Wood has been involved in theatre for as long as she can remember, and currently works as a Drama and English teacher at Narrabundah College. Her most recent performance was her CAT nominated role as Ruth in Canberra Repertory’s Blithe Spirit in 2014. Other award nominated performances in her former home of Newcastle included roles in The Accused, Speaking in Tongues, When the Rain Stops Falling and Pygmalion at Newcastle Theatre Company, also in Stooged Theatre’s The Removalists, her CONDA winning performance in Born Yesterday as Billie, and The Importance of Being Earnest (Ballarat).  She also received a prestigious Victorian Musical Theatre Guild Award for her role as Grace in Annie with Ballarat Lyric Theatre.

Emma’s first play, Water Child, received audience and critical acclaim in Newcastle, including being awarded Best New Play at the 2012 CONDAs. Her second play, Mr Bennet’s Bride, has been produced twice and recently toured Canberra. Emma has also enjoyed directing and producing, with highlights being The Vagina Monologues and Of Mice and Men.


Shows Emma Wood has been in
Witness for the ProsecutionWitness for the Prosecution
Show finished on 2 Jul 2016
The Art of Teaching NothingThe Art of Teaching Nothing
Show finished on 25 Oct 2015
$32 - $37

Photo Gallery

The Art of Teaching Nothing

Liz Bradley, Rob De Fries, Marti Ibrahim, John Kelly, Arran McKenna, Elaine Noon, Glynis Stokes

The Art of Teaching Nothing

Marti Ibrahim, Elaine Noon, Glynis Stokes, Emma Wood