Terrence Atkins is an actor, playwright, and director from Los Angeles. His musical 'I Come for Love,' co-written with Jeffery Lyle Segal, was selected as part of the Kansas City Festival of New Musicals in 2007. It was also presented at the Thousand Oaks Festival of New Musicals 2007. He has served on the Board of Directors for the Company of Angels in Los Angeles. Past roles include Mickey in 'After the Fall,' Stanley in 'Streetcar Named Desire,' and Felix in Horton Foote's 'Blind Date' (Dramalogue Award). Directing credits include 'The Glass Menagerie,' 'They Dance Real Slow in Jackson,' 'Twenty Wagons Full of Cotton,' and 'Zip, Zam, Boom!' written by twin brother Gavin Atkins, and starring his mother Patricia Atkins. His and Gavin's band 'Bradley's Brew' has played shows throughout Los Angeles. Terrence co-wrote his first musical, 'April Came in December' with Patricia Atkins (book) and Gavin Atkins (music and lyrics) which was presented as a staged reading at the Madrid Theater in Canoga Park, California in 1999. The song 'Pitter Patter' was acquired for the feature film 'Saint Patrick's Day.' A member of the Academy for New Musical Theater in Los Angeles, he co-wrote music and lyrics with Jeffery Lyle Segal for the short musical 'The Scout' with book writer Megan Wygant. 'The Scout' was performed in the spring of 2004 at the Colony Theater in Burbank, California. Terrence wrote and directed the short film 'Missing' which screened across the country and was 'Best of 2002' at the New York Horror Film Festival, and is included in the DVD 'Killer Hits, Vol. 1.'