TOM WEBER is the author of Sapiens, Erectus, Whatever, a scientific comedy; Gumbo, a historical comedy; La Fille Evoluée, a musical for young performers, with composer Ilya Levinson (reading by Association du Bas-Rhin, Strasbourg, France); New Releases, a multi-media comedy; two multi-media dramas commissioned & produced by the Art Institute of Chicago: My Walls, (authorized by the estate of Marc Chagall) and A Bed beneath the Stars(about Van Gogh); Moon of Grass Appearing, a political drama (reading by a Sioux cast organized by University of Nebraska); Master of Palestine, a historical drama, and The Board of Directors, a family drama (reading at Manhattan Class Company, New York.) For the Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs Dramatiques Tom translated the comedy Le Moulin Zinzolin by French playwright Sylvie Chenus, as The Lost Paradise Club. For Canadian director and screenwriter Yves Simoneau, translated his screenplay Anna et le monstre, as Her Own Monster. Tom studied playwriting, dramatic literature and theatre history at Yale School of Drama while studying French literature and creative writing at Yale College. He makes his living as a translator.