Taren Sterry is a New York City actor, writer and comedienne.
A 2008 Manhattan Monologue Slam Winner, she wrote and performed in
her first solo show 180 Days in 2006. The one-woman play was so
well received that it was extended three times and is currently
running at Stage Left Studio.
Ms. Sterry established a reputation for writing and starring in
improvisational theatre in 2008 with her successful production of
Totes Hilare. Currently, she performs her own material monthly at
Stage Left Studio, as well as weekly (Wednesday evenings) as part
of Tomahawk, at the People’s Improv Theatre.
Written and performed by Ms. Sterry, 180 Days portrays her
surprisingly funny and intensely powerful experience as a hospice
volunteer. By trying to help patients find meaning at the end of
their lives, Ms. Sterry discovers her own inner strength as her
life gains new meaning and purpose. The director is Cheryl
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Wednesday, March 31, 2010
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