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Terri White


Terri has been in several Broadway and Off-Broadway shows including the revival of Finian's Rainbow at the St.; James Theatre, the original ?Joice Heth? in ?Barnum? with Jim Dale and Glenn Close, Nell Carter's understudy in 1978 in ?Ain't Misbehavin?, later replacing her in the revival of ?Ain't Misbehavin'? in 1988 with Patti Austin, ?Welcome to the Club?, ?The Club? (Obie Award), Nunsense I & II, Nuncrackers, Finian?s Rainbow? at the Irish Rep, ?Stepping Out at Radio City? with Liza Minnelli.

Other shows include, ?Showboat? with Mickey Rooney, ?Damn Yankees? with Robert Morse, U.S. Premiere of ?Moby Dick?, ?Make Someone Happy? ( a Jules Styne Review) ?Bubbling Brown Sugar?, ?Juba?,? The Jungle Book?, ?Two Gentlemen of Verona?, ?Chicago?, ?Starmites?, ?And The World Goes 'Round?, ?Little Shop of Horror's" (as Audrey 2). Some of her concert work include, New York Pops 25th Anniversary at Carneigie Hall, ?Celebrating America? Gettysburg Pops Charles Prince conducting, Special Guest for Liza Minnelli at the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, ?In Studio D? with the Cleveland Ballet, ?Evening of Rogers and Hammerstein with the Philly Pops, Peter Nero conducting, ?Anything Cole? with the Gay Men's Chorus at Carnegie Hall, ?Viva la Diva? with the Gay Men's Chorus at Lincoln Center, Broadway on the Boardwalk at Caesar's Palace, Atlantic City, ?America's Music Legacy and Gala? with the Long Island Philharmonic, ?Tribute to Julie Harris? performed a scene from ?Skyscraper?s with Charles Nelson Reilly at Alice Tully Hall, Lyric and Lyricist of Andy Razof in 1979. She can be seen on VHS and DVD in Nunsense I & II with Rue McClanahan, Liza Live at Radio City Music Hall, Boys on the Side, and Law and Order, Criminal Intent, The Rosie O'Donnell Show. Recordings include, Forbidden Broadway 25th Anniversary (Screamgirls), Barnum, Liza Live, Finian's Rainbow (both the Irish Pep. And St. James), Incurably Romantic Lyrics by Martin Charnin, and her own CD The Lady's Got To Sing.