Client Testimonials


"Amanda Terman is a talent that can make a good story even better."
Cecilia Saunders, author of Zuri and the Magic Snowball

"Thank you so much for the quick turnaround!!! I really appreciate it and loved the recording!"
Paige Millikin, author of Mending the Heart

"Amanda was a terrific asset to the cast. Not only was she a disciplined and talented comedic actress, but she was also an imaginative collaborator with a steady stream of fresh ideas. Her character voice work was the most difficult in the show, and I loved working with her."
Professor Rick Mokler, director of Avenue Q

"Amazing job Amanda! Thank you!"
Ian Callander, Voices.com

"Amanda Terman was a delight to work with in producing the Audible version of my children's book. She's responsible, dependable, and pleasant. There were a few times I wasn't sure what I was doing as far as technical issues, and she was so patient and kind and made suggestions to help me figure out what the problem was, and she was right. I'm pleased with her narration of Curse of the Double Digits, and I hope to work with her again in the future."
Lynn Kelley (a.k.a. BBH McChiller), author of Curse of the Double Digits


Audiobook Reviews


"This little audiobook is a treasure!"
AudioAudits.com

"Her articulation and clear pronunciation of each vocabulary word greatly enhanced my understanding. Her comedic timing also added to the overall humor and wit.
TheAudiobookworm.com

"Amanda Terman's voice is engaging and clear. I can't wait to listen to other performances by her."
Audible.com customer review

"My normally wiggly 7 year old was glued to her seat, listening intently for what will happen next."
Audible.com customer review

"Not a dull moment. All learning should be this way."
Audible.com customer review

"Her narration was flawless with perfect comedic timing."
Audible.com customer review


Theater Reviews


“The acting in It's Only Human is notably impressive. Star Amanda Terman embodied the emotions of her character thoroughly. The final duet between her and Reyes was breathtaking.” 
Vi Le, The Bottom Line

“Adding to these characters are still more quirky folk: . . . ‘Girl Bear’ & ‘Mrs. T’ (Amanda Terman, captivating and delightfully animated as [Nicky’s] ‘silent hand’ puppeteer.)”
Alex Henteloff, Casa Magazine

“Melodrama depends for its impact on the technique and pacing of the cast, and in this regard . . . Amanda Terman as Mary Wilson . . . [was] particularly useful in keeping things on track . . . the whole cast shone as a cavalcade of thinly veiled stars of the 1970s in the olio.”
Charles Donelan, The Santa Barbara Independent

"The Drunkard, or Down With Demon Drink last Friday at Circle Bar B was hands-down the most fun at the theater this reviewer has had in a long time . . . the actors are remarkable in their ability to tread the fine line between earnest over-the-top melodrama and acknowledgement of the gentle satire without self-consciousness. . . Also notable [was] Amanda Terman as the wide-eyed and plucky wife and mother grappling with her husband's descent into ‘the demon drink.'”
Justine Sutton, Noozhawk"

“The cast and production staff demonstrate talent and finesse across the board with this show”
Joseph Miller, The Santa Barbara Independent

“This is a fantastic cast
Ted Mills, Santa Barbara News-Press