VEAP is so pleased to share more details about our co-emcees for That 70s Gala! We are gearing up for an exciting event and know you’ll have a meaningful and inspiring evening. Not registered yet? Sign up here!
Teri Parker Brown has been a fixture in the Twin Cities Theater scene for over 25 years, working at Chanhassen, Old Log, History Theater, Ordway, Illusion, Hey City, Plymouth Playhouse and Minnetonka theaters. Some of her favorite roles include Mame (title role), Belle (Beauty and the Beast), and Donna (Mamma Mia). She has also worked as an on-camera host for Mall of America, Target, US Satellite Broadcasting, and many more. She is the voice of Schwebel Goetz and Sieben and SELA, as well as many TV, radio, video games and web ads. Recently, she hosted the Circus Juventas Gala in St. Paul, and she is now a host with Sassy Lassie Events and Entertainment, hosting events all over the Twin Cities.
She is thrilled to be co-emceeing this evenings’ event.
Jim Cunningham Jim has been a Twin Cities actor (both on and off camera), Master of Ceremonies and Host for 35 years. He has spent the past 16 years bringing It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play to the stage at the beautiful Saint Paul Hotel. This past March he created the role of “Frank” in the World Premiere of Patrick Coyle’s new play The Big Blue River. For The Illusion Theatre he appeared as “Joseph Goebbels” in the World Premiere of Dancing With Giants “Groucho” in The Marx Brothers: The Cocoanuts and “Bill W” in Bill W & Doctor Bob. He is one of the “3 Guys in Tights” in The Complete Works of William Shakespeare…Abridged and The Feast Master for both The Feast of Fantasy and The Phantom’s Feast at The Minnesota Renaissance Festival. Jim was also “Tony” in Tony & Tina‘s Wedding and spent three years doing Improv as part of The Resident Company at Dudley Riggs’ Brave New Workshop. He was The Minister of Fun & Game Host for both The Minnesota Twins and Minnesota Wild for more than 20 years.
Jim is a native of Saint Paul and still proudly calls Saint Paul home.