Terry Weber is a 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: Gus Belmont in CTRL+ALT+DELETE, Aviator in The Little Prince, Cleante in Tartuffe, Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, Emperor Joseph II in Amadeus, Colonel Chesney in Charley’s Aunt, Hermocate in The Triumph of Love, Barberini in The Life of Galileo, Peter Shirley in Major Barbara, Paul Verrall in Born Yesterday, and Felix in The Odd Couple. In 2011, Terry played C.S. Lewis in The WordPlayers’ production of Shadowlands. Favorite roles: Husband to Jeni and Dad to Jesse, Luke, and Joel.