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Sheri Flannery Verrilli

Sheri Flannery VerrilliPublished by Heuer Publishing, Brooklyn Publishers, and Pioneer Drama, Sheri is a director, producer, and the 1994 founder of Little Lost Arts at the historic Ratsch Theater in New Jersey, where her projects have been supported by Rutgers University Extension, NJ Holocaust Commission, NW Jersey Folklife Commission, Sussex County Arts Heritage Council, and several education boards. In New York City, Sheri has directed performances for Pen and Brush, and Tara Circle audiences, for PBS TVs Children's Day at the World Trade Center and Fox TVs Good Day NY!. Her programs for living history museums include Historic Waterloo Village, Museum of Early Trades Crafts, Historic Wallace House, the Old Dutch Parsonage, Colonial Williamsburg, and for major retailers, such as Macys and Fortunoffs.
Sheris short play, Joisey? Sure! - a winner in The Theater Company of Lafayettes national competition - will be presented at the Comic Con con Comedy Festival in August 2012, at the Mary Miller Theater, Lafayette, Colorado. In July 2011, her short play, Do It to Me, was one of four selected, nationwide, for EstroGenius-in-Progress at Manhattan Theater Source (one of the top five Off-Off Broadway Theatres in New YorkNY Magazine). In November 2010, her short play, Vessel of Tears, was selected by L.A. Womens Theatre Project (resident company of Stella Adler Theatre, Hollywood), for inclusion into their Women in the Arts festival (showcasing the best from women in the fields of Theatre, Film, Music, Literature, and Visual Arts). A member of The Dramatists Guild of America, Sheri is listed in Whos Who Among Americas Teachers.

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