Teresa Willis

Teresa Willis

 Los Angeles, California, USA
BandSpoken WordWorld

Biography

Teresa Willis is a writer/performer whose career is as varied as her talents - from a star turn the indie film, "Forgiving the Franklins" (SXSW, Sundance 2006,) to a Pushcart Prize-nominated performance poet (Caffeine, The Moment, and Pearl.) Teresa has performed her humorous and insightful spoken word at such venues as UCLA, UCSB, the Gene Autry Museum, Highways and The Improv. Her theatre credits include Horton Foote’s "Getting Frankie Married and Afterward", James Joyce’s "The Dead," "Stage Door" and "Macbeth" at Open Fist Theatre in LA. As playwright, her one-act play, "The Roof", has been produced numerous times in both NYC and LA. As a vocalist, Teresa has been a soloist with Vox Femina LA and the avant-pop group Third Door Down. She is also a television documentary writer-producer of the global warming treatise "Our Seering Earth."

With her award-winning "Eenie Meanie," Teresa realizes her dream to create an original project that employs all of her passions in a socially conscious fashion. Teresa lives in Burbank, California.

Set List

Available Upon Request