Regionally she appeared as Christine Daaé u/s in Phantom at the Fireside Theatre, as Lucy Van Pelt in The World According to Snoopy at Theatre Under The Stars choreographed by Adam Cates (Gentleman's Guide, Anastasia), Les Miserables at Connecticut Repertory Theatre directed by Broadway legend and Tony nominated Terrence Mann, and as Wendy in Peter Pan starring Riley Costello (Bye Bye Birdie, 13!, Everyday Rapture) and Terrence Mann (Les Miserables, Beauty and the Beast, Pippin).
The World According to Snoopy at TUTS Houston
"The cast is quite simply stellar, every characterization is on point, every note is perfect and their dancing, flawless... Maggie Bera strikes the perfect balance of sarcasm, selfishness and underlying heart to find the true nature of the character."
- Lynn Beaver, BWW Review "The World According to Snoopy: A Dazzling Debut"
Peter Pan at Connecticut Rep
“Maggie Bera, as Wendy, has just the right combination of starry-eyed awe and motherly poise, and she sings beautifully without losing the character of a young girl.”
- Brooks Appelbaum, Connecticut Critics Circle
Born in Sayreville, NJ (hometown to Bon Jovi), Maggie grew up commuting back and forth to be a part of the NYC theater scene. She toured the tri-state area performing the national anthem for the Brooklyn Nets, Philadelphia 76ers, and the NY Mets.
"Maggie Bera and Johnny Brantley III may not get a lot of scene work as two personal assistants to the leads, but they do get to lead the act openers. When they're in the spotlight, it's impossible to keep your eyes off them."
- Jeff Davis, BWW Review "KISS ME KATE Will Leave You Feeling Amorous"
Maggie has guest starred in Showtime's The Big C starring Laura Linney, and has appeared in numerous commercials, print and radio ads.
Texas State University
Maggie graduated from Texas State with a BFA in Musical Theatre Summa Cum Laude. She studied for ten years at the Paper Mill Playhouse Summer Theatre Conservatory under Mark Hoebee and Patrick Parker, and was nominated for a Paper Mill Rising Star Award two years in a row for her performances as Lucy in Jekyll & Hyde and Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes.