Terry is beyond thrilled to be returning to the Alliance Theatre after premiering her one-woman show Ethel on the Hertz Stage last spring. Other Alliance credits: A Christmas Carol, Jar The Floor, Woman of Brewster Place, and Sophisticated Ladies. Other Atlanta credits: Brownie Points (Theatrical Outfit), For Colored Girls (14th Street Playhouse). Broadway credits: Thoroughly Modern Millie, Three Penny Opera, Swinging On A Star, Into The Woods, Dreamgirls, Honky Tonk Nights, Eubie, Showboat (original London company). Off Broadway: Lady Day, Almost Heaven, Taking A Chance On Love, And The World Goes Round. Select regional credits: Ethel, Oklahoma, Copacabana, Smokey Joe's Café, Crowns, Cinderella, Thunder Knocking On The Door, Up From Paradise, Man of La Mancha, Queenie Pie, as well as several jazz concerts, voice overs, and commercials. Dedicated to James and Sybil Burrell and Janet Moses.
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