Terry Weber is an Associate Professor of Theatre at UT and he volunteers as Artistic Director of The WordPlayers. Terry’s acting career has taken him to theatres in New York, Seattle, Milwaukee, Louisville, Chicago, Kansas City, Montgomery, Knoxville, Toronto, Orlando, Charleston, Asheville, and Avignon (France). Recent roles at the CBT: Aviator in Little Prince, Cleante in Tartuffe, Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, Emperor Joseph II in Amadeus, and Colonel Chesney in Charley’s Aunt. North Carolina Stage Company: Librarian in Underneath the Lintel, a solo show. Tennessee Stage Company: Prospero in The Tempest and Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing. Favorite roles: Husband to Jeni and Dad to Jesse, Luke, and Joel.
Terry has worked regionally as voice/text/dialect coach at PlayMakers Rep (Cabaret, Opus), Round House Theatre (Charming Billy, The Picture of Dorian Gray), Great River Shakespeare Festival (Two Gentlemen of Verona, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Othello, The Tempest), Utah Shakespeare Festival (Othello, Cyrano, Two Gentlemen of Verona), Illinois Shakespeare Festival (Comedy of Errors, Julius Caesar, Pericles), North Carolina Stage Company (The Dresser, The Syringa Tree), Alabama Shakespeare Festival (Merry Wives of Windsor), Clarence Brown Theatre (Merry Wives of Windsor, The Secret Rapture, A Christmas Carol, Assassins, The Secret Garden, Arsenic and Old Lace, The Country Wife, Oliver!), and the Vermont Stage Company (A Child’s Christmas in Wales). Terry is an Associate Professor of Theatre at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.