Terri Zaneski has been in love with the theatre ever since she played a sugarplum in a school production of “Swan Lake” in second grade. While living in New York, Terri was involved in a number of productions in what is termed the “off-off” Broadway theatre while working at AT&T. She also honed her administrative skills as the “Jill-of-all-trades” for the St. Bart’s Players, a well-known community theater housed in St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church on the East Side.

When Terri returned to Los Angeles in the mid ‘80’s, she saw an announcement in Backstage for a membership meeting for Women in Theatre. Thus began an almost three decade long relationship. Terri was invited to join the Board of Directors and acted as Secretary under the presidencies of Dorothy Lyman, Arlene Golonka and Robin Strasser. She was also the office administrator and during those years helped organize theatre parties, fundraisers, workshops and seminars as well as a myriad of office duties.

Terri now works for an entertainment lawyer in Beverly Hills where, what else!... she manages the office. Always finding time to support live theatre, Terri figures she sees at least 20-30 productions a year. Terri is proud to support Women in Theatre and its efforts to recognize some of the unsung heroes in all areas of the performing arts.