Terri Weagant is an award winning actor, writer, director, producer and dialect coach based in Brooklyn, NY.
As an actor she has performed in the US, Canada, Australia and the Czech Republic. In NYC, she was last seen in Bo-Nita at the United Solo Festival on Theatre Row where she received the Best Storytelling Show Award.
Regionally, she has worked with such companies as Play On Shakespeare, Asolo Repertory Theatre, Urbanite Theatre, Denizen Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare Company, Wooden O, Annex Theatre, ACT Theatre, Book-It Repertory Theatre, Theater Schmeater, CHAC, Empty Space, Balagan Theatre, Centerstage, Hypnogogia and Consolidated Works. She is also a cabaret performer and created Balagan Theatre’s late-night cabaret SCHMORGASBORG. On screen she was seen in the Amazon show Mozart in the Jungle; and the films A Jazzman’s Jazzman and How to Get Laid. Terri is a producer of the documentary film Above the Bamboo Room, which will premiere in 2020. As an educator, she has taught at Cornish College of the Arts, Brooklyn College and NYU Playwrights Horizons Theatre School.