Thomas Morgan Jones


Thomas is a Fredericton-based director, playwright, dramaturg, instructor, and movement coach.  His productions have received eleven Dora Mavor Moore Awards and eight nominations, he received the 2011 Dora Mavor Moore Guthrie (Stratford Festival), and has been nominated twice for the John Hirsch Award (2008 & 2011) and for the Pauline McGibbon Award.  He has collaborated with companies including:  Theatre Direct, Stratford, Theatre Passe Muraille, Cahoots, Theatre Rusticle, Buddies, Carousel Players, Theatre Jones Roy, The CULTCH, Project Humanity/The Theatre Centre, The Charlottetown Festival, Cia Enviezada (Brazil), and many others.  He holds a B.A. from the University of Guelph, an M.A. from the University of Toronto, and has trained with SITI Company in NYC, Madrid, Paris, and trained with SCOT in Toga, Japan and Italy.  He has been playwright in residence with Shakespeare in Action and Cahoots Theatre, a resident artist/educator with YPT, and an associate artist and artistic director with Theatre Direct. 

Recent productions:  A Sunday Affair (with Gabrielle Houle and Richard Lee), The Snow Queen, You Play Beautifully, Theatre New Brunswick; Old Man and the River (with Lynda Hill, five Dora nominations), Theatre Direct; The Forest in My Room, Carousel Players; My Neighbour, My Saviour, Cia Enviezada.

He is currently the artistic director of Theatre New Brunswick.