Acting, Voice, Professor Emeritus
Until his retirement in 2019, Mr. Weber taught voice/speech at the graduate and undergraduate levels. On occasion, he also taught acting in the undergraduate curriculum. Terry’s acting career has taken him to theatres in New York, Seattle, Milwaukee, Louisville, Chicago, Kansas City, Montgomery, Knoxville, Toronto, Orlando, Charleston (SC), Asheville, and Avignon (France). Recent roles at the Clarence Brown Theatre: Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, Emperor Joseph II in Amadeus, Colonel Chesney in Charley’s Aunt, Hermocate in Triumph of Love, Barberini in The Life of Galileo, Peter Shirley in Major Barbara, Paul Verrall in Born Yesterday, Felix in The Odd Couple, Karenin in Anna Karenina, and Atticus in To Kill a Mockingbird. As a voice/text/dialects coach, Terry has worked regionally at the Round House Theatre (Charming Billy, The Picture of Dorian Gray), Great River Shakespeare festival (A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Othello, The Tempest), Utah Shakespearean 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 (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).