Treva Tegtmeier

At Actors Co-op Treva played Dr. Gertrude Ladenburger in 33 Variations where she was nominated for a Robbie Award for Best Supporting Actress, Ovation Nominations for Best Ensemble and Best Production, Sage Award for Best Ensemble and a Scenie for Outstanding Ensemble. Other Co-op credits include: Lizzie Curry in the Ovation Award winning 110 In The Shade for which she received a Scenie Award and a Robbie Nomination for her performance.  Treva also played Amalia Balash in She Loves Me (Ovation nomination, Robbie nomination, Drama-logue award for best actress in a musical), as well as Damn Yankees, The Elephant Man (1995 production), Light up the Sky, Side by Side by Sondheim and Lettuce and Loveage.

Other favorite LA theatre credits include: Welcome to the Moon (PRTE) and The Guys at the Groundlings.  Treva worked extensively in Chicago Theatre: Sunday in the Park with George, Pal Joey, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Winter’s Tale all at the Goodman Theatre, Les Liasons Dangereuses at interplay, I Can Hear Menachim but You Can’t Come in at Second City Trainling Center just to name a few.

In addition, she has acted in many original musicals with American Folklore Theatre (Northern Lights Theatre) in Wisconsin as well as theatres throughout the midwest.  Some favorites: Loose Lips Sink Ships, Packer Fans from Outer Space and The Bachelor.  Treva also toured Cyprus, France and Armenia with the Christian band New Hope.

Treva has been in many commercials and enjoys voice over as well.  Her television and film credits include: Switched at Birth, Grey’s Anatomy, 90210, iCarly, The Tonight Show, My LIfe, The Darkness Within, The Shadow Men,  Roseanne and X-Files.