TERRY BURRELL is a stage actor of West Indian-American descent. Terry's Broadway credits include Three Penny Opera, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Swinging On A Star, Stephen Sondheim’s Into The Woods, and Michael Bennett’s Dreamgirls, Honky Tonk Nights, Eubie and the first London production of Showboat as Julie. In regional theatre Terry was nominated for the Helen Hayes Best Actress In a Musical award for her portrayal of Queenie in Duke Ellington’s Queenie Pie. Other regional credits include the role of Aldonza in Man Of La Mancha, Eve in Arthur Miller’s Up From Paradise, Diana Deveraux in Of Thee I Sing, Glenda/Aunt Em in The Wiz, Ella in Bubbling Brown Sugar, Maydee in Jar the Floor, Good Sister in Thunder Knockin’At The Door, Conchita in Barry Manilow’s Copacabana ,Mrs.Brown/Mavis in The Women of Brewster Place, The Queen/Fairy Godmother in Cinderella, Aunt Eller in OKlahoma and featured roles in Almost Heaven at the Promenade Theatre, Grand Night For Singing, Crowns, Sweet and Hot, Ain’t Misbehavin, Time and Again, The World Goes Round at The West Side Arts Theatre, Sheila’s Day, Sophisticated Ladies, Smokey Joes Café, and Brownie Points. 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. Her most recent appearance was at The Alabama Shakespeare Festival and the Walnut Street Theatre for the world premiere of her one woman piece” ETHEL” a theatrical tribute to Ethel Waters also written and performed by Terry.