Wood, David

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WOOD, David

WOOD, David. British, b. 1944. Genres: Children's fiction, Plays/ Screenplays. Career: Freelance actor, writer, director, producer, and magician. Publications: MUSICAL PLAYS FOR CHILDREN: The Owl and the Pussycat Went to See…, 1970; The Plotters of Cabbage Patch Corner, 1972; Flibberty and the Penguin, 1974; Hijack over Hygenia, 1974; Old Mother Hubbard, 1976; The Papertown Paperchase, 1976; Larry the Lamb in Toytown, 1977; Rock Nativity (for adults), 1977; The Gingerbread Man, 1977; Old Father Time, 1977; Tickle, 1978; Mother Goose's Golden Christmas, 1978; Babes in the Magic Wood, 1979; Cinderella, 1980; There Was an Old Woman, 1980; Nutcracker Sweet, 1981; Aladdin, 1981; The Ideal Gnome Expedition, 1982; Dick Whittington and Wondercat, 1983; Meg and Mog Show, 1984; Robin Hood, 1985; The Old Man of Lochnagar, 1986; The Selfish Shellfish, 1986; Jack and the Giant, 1987; The See-Saw Tree, 1987; Save the Human, 1990; Dinosaurs and All That Rubbish, 1990; Jack the Lad, 1991; The Pied Piper, 1991; The BFG, 1991; The Witches, 1993; Noddy, 1995; Rupert and the Green Dragon, 1997; More Adventures of Noddy, 1998; Babe the Sheep-pig, 1998; The Twits, 2000; Tom's Midnight Garden, 2001; Spot's Birthday Party, 2001. CHILDREN'S FICTION: The Operats of Rodent Garden, 1984; The Discorats, 1985; The Gingerbread Man, 1985; Playtheatres, 1987; Chish 'n' Fips, 1987; Sidney the Monster, 1988; Happy Birthday Mouse!, 1991; Save the Human, 1991; Baby Bear's Buggy Ride, 1993; The BFG: Plays for Children, 1993; Pop-Up Theatre: Cinderella, 1994; Meg and Mog! Four Plays for Children, 1994; Bedtime Story, 1996; The Magic Show, 1996; The Christmas Story, 1996; Mole's Summer Story, 1997; Silly Spider, 1998; Funny Bunny's Magic Show, 1999; The Phantom Cat of the Opera, 2000; Toy Cupboard, 2000; The Witches: Plays for Children, 2002. SCREENPLAYS: Swallows and Amazons, 1974; Back Home, 1989. OTHER: (with J. Grant) Theatre for Children: Guide to Writing, Adapting, Directing and Acting, 1997; David Wood: Plays One/ Plays Two, 1999. Address: c/o Casarotto Ramsay Ltd, National House, 60-66 Wardour St, London W1V 3HP, England. Online address: [email protected]