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Terry Burrell

In addition, Terry is a seasoned cabaret artist who’s performed her nightclub act for audiences from Monte Carlo to the Caribbean and for corporate clients like IBM, Avon and The National Grocers Association. Her work also includes television commercials, radio voice-overs and industrials for Ford Motor Company, Searle Pharmaceuticals, Goodyear Tires, I Love New York and Schering-Plough Corporation. Terry has performed in several Jazz In July concerts with Dick Hyman, Lyrics and Lyricists at the 92nd Street Y, The Duke Ellington Orchestra in Venice Italy and most recently for the jazz festival in Oslo Norway.

Crowns at Syracuse Stage with Roz White as Velma, Chandra Currelley as Mother Shaw, Terry Burrell as Wanda. Photo by T. Charles Erickson

Crowns at Syracuse Stage with Roz White as Velma, Chandra Currelley as Mother Shaw, Terry Burrell as Wanda. Photo by T. Charles Erickson

 
 
 
 
 In 1949 she wowed Walnut Street Theatre audiences in “A Member of the Wedding” — now hear her story!

ETHEL!

Written By Terry Burrell
February 21 – March 11

 

 She was saucy. She was talented. She was a star. Ethel Waters grew up in difficult circumstances in Chester, PA in the early 1900s, but she found a way to make a life for herself. She used colorful language, rough men and good old American street skills to work her way into a career that led to hit records, Broadway shows and even an Academy Award nomination. It’s time to have fun with great stories and incredible songs, including Dinah, Heebie Jeebies, Taking a Chance on Love and Stormy Weather.

 

The King & Queen "CINDERELLA" Terry Burrell and David Coffee

The King & Queen “CINDERELLA” Terry Burrell and David Coffee

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LINKS

http://www.ibdb.com/person.php?id=33772

http://broadwayworld.com/people/Terry_Burrell/

http://dc.broadwayworld.com/article/Terry-Burrell-Takes-on-Aunt-Eller-in-Arena-Stages-OKLAHOMA-20110727

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFGpKkJdupM

http://www.bicoastalproductions.com/NewActsMATerryBurrell.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1iLl1bN0Ts&feature=related

http://www.playbill.com/news/article/112021-Women-of-Brewster-Place-Find-New-Housing-at-DCs-Arena-Stage-Oct-19

http://washingtondc.showbizradio.com/2009/11/review-sig-show-boat/

http://www.howardtullman.com/projects/swinging_on_a_star/index.html