Tom Mula is delighted to be back at his “home down by the bay” for his 20th season. His acting performances include Chicago, Heroes, Cabaret, and The Mystery of Irma Vep. Shows he has directed include Amadeus, Lion in Winter, Greetings, and the world premiere Making God Laugh. Peninsula Players premiered Tom’s play Bob Almighty, which was written for Bob Thompson. Tom was the Goodman Theatre’s resident Scrooge for seven seasons. Other Chicago credits include Jefferson Awards for his performance in Hot Mikado and his play The Golem and Nicole Hollander’s Sylvia’s Real Good Advice. Tom is a full-time faculty member at Columbia College. He is also the author of the bestselling book/ award-winning play Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol. His new book, Hackers of Oz, was awarded a Silver Medal in this year’s Wishing Shelf Awards.
2002 Roles: Hennesey/Captain in Dames at Sea; Roger Hopewell in Musical Comedy Murders of 1940; Harry the Spanner in Shady Business
2001 Roles: Morman McDonald in Cash on Delivery; Dr. Einstein in Arsenic and Old Lace; Pishchik, a landowner, a homeless man in The Cherry Orchard
2000 Roles: Mr. Mayhew, a solicitor in Witness for the Prosecution; The Reverand Arthur Humphrey in See How They Run; Yvan in Art
1999 Roles: Dr. Bradman in Blithe Spirit; Dr. Hubert Bonney in It Runs in the Family
1998 Roles: Inspector Lord in Spider’s Web; Quartermaster Bates, of the Orduna in Rain; Sprules, a butler in Tons of Money; Bellomy, the Girl’s Father in The Fantasticks
1996 Roles: Major Murray Hillgrove in The Enchanted Cottage; Vic Johnson in Funny Money
1993 Roles: Nicodemus Underwood, Lord Enid Hillcrest, Alcazar in Mystery of Irma Vep