Ms Berg's most recent film project Cat City (a fantastic thriller - starring Brian Denehey, Julian Sands and Rebecca Pidgeon) debuted in theatres in 2008. For more information see IMDB - Cat City or IMDB - Marti Berg.

A petite 4'11" and 108 lbs - Ms. Berg is equally comfortable performing in the varied environments of Film, the Theatre and singing on the Operatic stage. Ms. Berg has delighted San Francisco and San Diego audiences singing roles as varied as Minnie Faye from Hello Dolly to Serafina from Donizetti's Il Campinello. Her stage roles are equally varied and include both dramatic and farcical roles, such as Cherie from Bus Stop and Maggie Saunders from Lend Me a Tenor.

Some of her other roles include: Cherubino from Mozart's Le Nozze Di Figaro, Adele from Strauss' Die Fledermaus, Papagena from Mozart's Die Zauberflote, Alice from Alice in Wonderland by Chauls, Praskovia from The Merry Widow by Lehar, and almost all of the leading ladies from the Gilbert and Sullivan Operettic cannon, including but not limited to: Yum Yum and Peep Bo, both from The Mikado, Rose Maybud from Ruddygore, Mabel, Edith and Kate from Pirates of Penzance, Patience from Patience, Iolanthe from Iolanthe, Elsie Maynard from The Yeoman of the Guard, Casilda and Gianetta from The Gondoliers, as well as Josephine from H.M.S. Pinafore.

Ms. Berg has graced the stages of such companies as the San Diego Opera, Sonoma City Opera, Opera West Foundation/ The Lamplighters, Lyric Theatre of San Jose, TheatreWorks, Stanford Savoyards, Hillbarn Theatre, New Filmore Theatre of San Francisco, Lawrence Welk Resort Theatre, 42nd Street Moon, The Exit Theatre, Foothill Theatre among many others.

Ms. Berg's other engagements include vocal soloist at Our Lady of Guadalupe Basilica, Easter Services, Mexico City, Mexico, featured soloist for Torrey Pines Opera Christmas Concert, featured soloist for 101 California memorial at the Justin Herman Plaza in downtown San Francisco, as well as being a featured performer in the Opera West Foundation/ The Lamplighters of San Francisco's many and varied potpourri concerts.

In addition, Ms. Berg was featured in both in the stage production and as a soloist on the original cast recording of Tea and Crumpets which won the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award for best new musical in 1998.

Hailing originally from Colorado, Ms. Berg has appeared with the Denver Symphony Orchestra singing in a concert version of the Boris Godounov. While there, she performed locally in versions of Handel's Messiah, was awarded both first and second places in the local Solo/Ensemble competitions as well as being awarded a place with the prestigious All State Choir.

Ms. Berg performs many concerts and recitals and has dazzled listeners with Musetta's "Quando me'n vo" (La Boheme), Adele's "Mein Herr Marquis" (Die Fledermaus), Rosina's "Una voce poco fa" (Barber of Seville), Mirelle's "O' legere" (Mirelle) and Olympia's "Les oiseaux" (Tales of Hoffman).

Ms. Berg is a proud member of SAG (Screen Actors Guild), AFTRA, (American Federation of Television and Radio Artists), AEA (Actor's Equity) and AGMA (American Guild of Musical Artists). All of Ms. Berg's performances with Opera West/ The Lamplighters and with 42nd Street Moon can be seen on VHS recording at the San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum.