From Musical Theatre to Children’s Theatre, from Dinner Theatre to film and television, Sheryl Anne has been a part of the entertainment industry for well over 30 years, performing, impersonating,  choreographing, directing and teaching.

Sheryl has toured extensively throughout Australia as a member of the Vocal Quartet “Strictly Vocal” and has several Cd recordings under her belt. While in Australia, Sheryl was a main performer at Brentleigh Theatre Restaurant before becoming resident choreographer until they closed their doors in 2002. During her time in Australia, Sheryl was also resident vocal coach for two Dance Studios in Brisbane over the course of 5 years.

Roll back several years where Sheryl’s training and skills as a young performer were honed at Theatre Under the Stars, the Arts Club and Carousel Theatre, Harbour Dance Centre and Mailinki Ballet. She attended The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC as well as Western Washington University’s Summer stock theatre program.

Recent Theatrical credits for Theatre Under The Stars include: “Rosie” in Mama Mia, “Mrs. Brill” in Mary Poppins and “Mrs. Tottendale” in The Drowsy Chaperone. Sheryl was also seen as Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast at TUTS in 2016. She has received the Aida Broadbent Award for Professional Conduct and Performance and is a recipient of the E.V.Young Award two times in a row for Most Outstanding Performance by an Actress.

Sheryl joined Lindbjerg Academy this year but has been teaching Musical Theatre and voice both here in Canada and Australia for many years…too many to count. No stranger to the Tri Cities area, Sheryl was a regular performer at Maz N Me’s Dinner Theatre Restaurant in Port Coquitlam and taught Musical Theatre and Voice at 4 different schools within the New Westminster School District as part of their after-school program.