Thank you for the excellent work you did in the JFK play. Playwright Alan Magill
Thank you for your excellent performance in the Lighthouse play! You brought your character to life! Playwright Alan Magill
Teri, Thanks for the brilliant read!
Playwright Laurie Tenner
Thank you for the excellent job you did as Jessica yesterday in "Mining the Moon." You hit all of the right notes and brought the character to life. Hope we get to work together again.
All the best.
Playwright Alan Magill
Teri recently appeared in 3 ZOOM Play Readings. "Jungle Red" by Laurel Lockhart for The Playground Experiment AND "Waiting To See The Doctor-Eight Years" and "The Upside Of Downsizing" both by Alan Magill
"Just watched the Rehab Thru Arts video. Loved it. What a great idea. Teri, You were terrific!"
Click above for Teri in Break A Leg's video of Dinner Talk May 2021
"Very cute, friendly and fun to watch especially Teri -- a delight" - Gilda Spielberg "Teri, your Dinner Talk video is great!" - Yvette and Walter Plotch "Thank you Teri for your performance and putting up Dinner Talk" - Playwright Marc Weiner
Feedback on Teri's interview with Lauren Gunderson:
Hi Teri! Great job, I really liked this! Fun! : ) Timothy Paul Jobe
Dear Teri, LOVED it. You were great and Lauren Gunderson was an excellent guest. CONGRATS. Arlene K.
As seen in Our Town Share Gratitude December 2020
Teri Black Founder/Artistic Director of BAL - Break A Leg Productions
On February 22, before COVID hit, we had a sold-out smash hit performance of the play “This Senseless Killing” by John Wolfson at the Theatre Lab on West 36th Street. Then came the lockdown and all our projects had to be postponed. BAL swung into immediate action by changing our performance mode and making modifications to our operation.Thankfully, our switch from live to virtual sparked, energized extended and inspired our creativity!
BAL’s Literary Committee is meeting more frequently and having more table reads of new plays via Zoom. In September, we produced our first and very successful video, “Sneak Peek,” comprised of parts of several plays of our upcoming annual SLAM one act play competition. In December, BAL launched a news series: “Break A Leg Briefings,” taped conversations with personalities from the theater world and beyond. Our first guest was the award winning playwright Lauren Gunderson. Lauren was the most produced American playwright in 2017 and 2019. Upcoming and also new in February 2021 is BAL’s “5X5 Love Festival” of short romantic comedies. To celebrate Valentine’s Day, they will be shown throughout the month of February, streamed on BAL’s website and via social media.
We are so grateful that BAL has not only survived but thrived!
Break A Leg Productions Featured in Our Town June 21, 2020
October 29, 2020 Teri's acting goes beyond the theater as she works with med students as a Stanardized Patient and with law students in Mediation Simulations. Most recently in October 2020 for NYU Law School: Hi Teri,
This is a belated but genuine thank you for participating in our NYU mediation simulations last Wednesday night. The energy and acting ability you brought to the roles is always fun to watch, and the experience for the students, who are learning to be facilitative mediators, is challenging but terrific.
Thanks again and be well
Light Up the Sky Nov 17, 2018
Teri with Brian Richardson in W=S March 28,2018 @ Alchemcial Theatre Lab
Teri and the Cast of The Madwoman of Chaillot 9/27/17
Teri in the lead role of Countess Aurelia,
September 27 & 28 @ the cell NYC Teri as Countess Aurelia, the Madwoman of Chaillot: "You were the center of the action and you carried off the role with strength and ease, well done."
Kim T.Sharp, Director
No, No Nobel at IBM August 2016
No, No Nobel
Teri reprised the role of Maggie in a staged reading of
"Have You Ever Been to Ireland?"
Saturday July 16 at the 115th Street Library NYC
Feedback from Teri's acting performance at the New York Public Library on Saturday March 12, 2016
Hello! Just few words to thank you for the terrific work Saturday. It was such a pleasure to work with you. People and the writer told me how much they enjoyed the piece. I hope that we will work again in the future. Best, Gloria Zelaya
based on the book by New York Times Reporter Sam Roberts
Monday, September 28 at 6:30 p.m.
The Unity Center of New York City 213 West 58th Street (7th/Broadway), Manhattan
Mr. Roberts will participate in a talk back immediately following the performance
Feedback on The Brother:
"Teri, you and the cast were terrific! I really enjoyed the play!" Soran Lee
Teri Black in "Retirement Plan" with Break A Leg Productions June 2015 at Episcopal Actors Guild
"Loved what you did on Friday, you went for the subtext and that's the way to go with this play. Hopefully, we'll work together again sometime. Thanks Teri. " Joel Greenhouse, playwright , "Goodbye, Already!" , staged January 2015 and November 2014
Full Production of
Farm Hall presented by artistic director Teri Black's
Click here to see Teri in "Eventually Yours" that was staged on May 1, 2013
Actor Teri Black has worked in Theater, Film (see Filmography), Television, Soaps, Voiceovers,etc. She has performed with Woody Allen, Rodney Dangerfield and other greats!
In February 2013, Teri wrapped "A Wake Up Call" playing Renee Ralph.
Teri also does "Medical Acting" and is a Standardized Patient for NYU,Cornell/Weill and Touro Medical Schools. She is a proud member of SAG, AFTRA, Actors' Equity, NYWIFT (NYWomen in Film and Television) and the Drama League. In 1995, she founded BREAK A LEG PRODUCTIONS, a not for profit theater company. In her spare time,Teri works as a liaison for The NYC Commission On The United Nations.
I wanted to thank you for your talent and professionalism. Triboro Pictures were very pleased with Bloodlines, especially the cast. And I happily forwarded contact info for the cast to their team. It was a lot of work playing multiple characters and at such short notice--you were so natural, grounded & distinctly different--I would imagine you would be wonderful in comedy. Danielle, director
You were a great narrator -- clear, crisp and articulate. Thanks
By the way, I've never told you how real and natural your acting is which is why Adam and I have kept you close to us all along. And you're a true professional and a good team member. Thank you.
Barbara Masry, playwright, film maker "A Wake Up Call", screen writer, member of Women in Film and Television