Singing and Acting

Terry Dopson – Actor Resume – PDF Download

Terry Dopson – Headshot – PDF Download


The Phone Call from Lucky Stiff – Ghost Light Vocal Jam at Chance Theater in Anaheim

I Believe from The Book of Mormon – University of La Verne Broadway Showcase

John Northbrook in Mary Poppins – Musical Theatre Orange County

Waiting For Life – Once On This Island – Musical Theatre Orange County “Genderbend” Open Mic Night

Terry Dopson has been singing and acting in Southern California for the past 10+ years. He just recently played the role of Bazzard/Phillip Bax in The Mystery of Edwin Drood at the Curtis Theatre with Orchestra Collective of Orange County. This production has been one of Terry’s most noteworthy credits to date.

Highlights from Terry’s theatrical resume include Antipholus of Syracuse in The Boys from Syracuse, Albert Peterson in Bye Bye Birdie, Fagin in Oliver!, Professor Callahan in Legally Blonde, and Cogsworth in Beauty and the Beast. 

Recent theatrical credits include Milton/Detective in 9 to 5: The Musical (Curtis Theatre/Southgate Productions), Captain Robert Falcon Scott in Peter and the Starcatcher (Curtis Theatre), and Professor Porter in Disney’s Tarzan (Musical Theatre Orange County). Terry also played the role of Ragueneau in the world premiere of Cyrano by Jeff Lowe (Alchemy Theatre Company).

Terry has been a featured soloist at the University of La Verne, Azusa Pacific University, Fullerton College, and most recently the Claremont Chorale in Claremont, California. Terry has performed in a wide variety of choral groups from large chorales, elite chamber ensembles, and even barbershop quartets.

Terry holds a BA in Music from the University of La Verne and an AA in Interdisciplinary Studies: Arts and Human Expression from Fullerton College. Terry has taken additional theatre coursework at Cypress College and Cerritos College.



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Cyrano Photos: Jeff Lowe

University of La Verne Choral Music Photos: Jeanine Hill Photography

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