Terra Mackintosh is an actress, singer and producer from Littleton, Colorado. Her acting credits include - New York: Back (RAVE Theatre Festival Award for Outstanding Performance), Salty, Grounded (ATTENTIONTheatre), Running Interference (Fringe Excellence in Ensemble Award), Bryony Lavery’s Frozen, No One Asked Me (Fringe Excellence in Ensemble Award, Encore Series Selection), Fool for Love. Regional: Beautiful Star and Blackbeard (Triad Stage). Television: ‘High Maintenance’, 'Divorce', 'Smash', 'The Ordained' (CBS pilot), 'Keep Me Posted' (Web Series). Film: ‘I Am Like You’, ‘Out the Door’, 'A Good Marriage' by Stephen King, ‘Reasonable Suspicion’, ‘In Defense of Wonder’ and 'Ready to Ride: A Musical Homecoming' (Zeno Mountain Farm). Training: BA in Musical Theatre from Ball State University (Honors College Diploma), CAP21 Summer Musical Theatre Intensive, The Freeman Studios and The Actor’s Gym (David Perlow).
As a producer, Terra’s work includes:
· “Light For Haiti” Benefit Concert, hosted by Richard Thomas and David Alan Grier. All proceeds donated to GHESKIO Medical Center located in Port-au-Prince following the 2010 earthquake.
· An immersive production of Sam Shepard’s Fool For Love in a one-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn, which she also directed.
· An immersive production of Bryony Lavery’s Frozen directed by Matt Renskers in Studio 301 warehouse in Brooklyn.
From 2015-2016, Terra served as the Executive Assistant and Communications Manager at Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ), a non-profit organization that encourages peace and social justice and addresses issues of poverty around the world. She also taught an acting and directing workshop at Ciné Institute, Haiti’s only film school.
Terra collaborated with Zeno Mountain Farm on their upcoming original movie musical 'Ready to Ride: A Musical Homecoming' as the Casting Director, Associate Producer and a contributing writer. The film will make history as the first SAG-registered film in which more than half the cast and crew have disabilities. This groundbreaking film will no doubt shift the narrative in the entertainment industry surrounding disability.