Sherri L. Sutter
Sherri Sutter has been teaching in the Theatre, Dance and Motion Pictures Department since September 1995. She is a Lecturer serving as a private singing instructor. Sherri is also the coordinator of all voice faculty and accompanists. In addition, she oversees the scheduling of recitals and juries in the department. She serves as Musical Director for ArtsGala entertainment as well as past Herbst productions of Spring Awakening, The Wild Party (Lippa), and Heathers.
Sherri has also assisted with The Jubilee Theatre, the completely student run theatre space at Wright State University. She has music directed, accompanied, and been a faculty advisor/producer for productions of John and Jen, Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson, Into the Woods, and 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
Sherri teaches voice for MAPP, the Musical Theatre/Acting Preperatory Program, as her schedule allows.
Outside of Wright State, Sherri is an active member of the community theatre of Dayton. Her career spans over 30 years and includes Directing, Musical Directing, and Acting. She is the proud recipient of several DayTony awards and Blackburn awards.
Sherri has led workshops and classes for The Victoria Theatre Association, The Human Race, and Dayton Ballet. She often sings at area nursing homes, the Dayton Art Institute, and was a featured soloist with The Englewood Civic Band.
Professionally, Sherri has performed with The Human Race Theatre Company, West Virginia Public Theatre, The Dayton Opera, The Connecticut Opera, and other small regional theaters. Recent productions include Sweeney Todd, Mame, Molly Sweeney, and 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.
Sherri is a proud member of NATS (National Association of the Teachers of Singing), and Delta Omicron (a music fraternity).
Otterbein College, Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance 1986
Dance Studio Life Magazine, November 2013 issue, featured article with Teressa McWilliams regarding the importance of singing lessons for the dance major.
NATS (National Association of the Teachers of Singing)
Delta Omicron Music Fraternity