Terry Bamberger

TERRY BAMBERGER is a SF Bay Area theatre educator, acting coach and actor. She trains young actors at Ruth Asawa SF School of the Arts (SF SOTA) as an Artist-In-Residence. Terry  worked with 6th through 12th grade performers at the Oakland School for the Arts (OSA) 6 years. She is thrilled to be rejoining SF SOTA as an Artist-in-Residence, as well as continuing at OSA, and is looking forward to inspiring more youth in performance, hopefully as much as they insipire her!  

Her recent theatre credits include The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane at Bay Area Children’s Theatre, Three Tall Women at Custom Made Theatre Company (2014 Bay Area Theatre Critiques Circle Nominee for best performance), the West Coast Premiere of Year of the Rooster at Impact Theatre, Jeremy Bloom’s Peter/Wendy also at Custom Made Theatre Company, and the premiere of Singulariteen at the SF Fringe Festival, as well as The Winter’s Tale, Romeo & Juliet, and The Tempest at SF Shakespeare Festival. She trained at American Conservatory 
Theatre, and has studied with members of the Royal Shakespeare Company.  Film/tv credits include Coffee & Language and General Hospital. 

Bamberger is 
honored to be a recipient of the 2013 Theatre Bay Area Titan Award.