Sherry Landrum is Artistic Director of the Chattanooga State Repertory Theatre and head of the theatre department at Chattanooga State Technical Community College.
Sherry has written two musicals with George S. Clinton. In addition to That Other Woman's Child, Smoky Mountain Suite was presented in Los Angeles, Crossville, and New York and aired on PBS and the Gene Autry Radio Theatre. She has written one musical, Paradise Court, yet to be produced.
Sherry wrote and recorded several music instruction records for guitar, ukelele, and autoharp. Her Beginning Guitar record has sold over a million copies.
She has won two "Best Director" awards from Los Angeles Drama Critics. Regionally, she has directed at the American Heartland Theatre in Kansas City, the Pioneer Square Theatre in Seattle, Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri, the Cumberland County Playhouse in Crossville, Tennessee, and the Chattanooga Theatre Centre in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Off-Broadway, Sherry directed Rosemary Leaves, written by husband Rex Knowles and Cheatin' written by Del Shores.
She co-founded, directs, and performs with the award-winning improv comedy group Chattanoodle and directs Luck of the Draw, a two-act improvisational musical form she created and developed.
While living in Los Angeles, Sherry appeared in numerous commercials, movies, and television shows, including hosting her own show on CBS. For ten years, Sherry served on the faculty of the New Actors Workshop, a two-year professional actor training program founded by George Morrison, Mike Nichols, and Paul Sills where she taught Acting Technique and Improvisation and chaired the Masters Degree Program. Sherry holds a Masters Degree in Theatre Arts from Antioch University.