Sherri Kitchens

Sherri Kitchens started training at age 3 in Columbus, Ohio and danced with a regional pre professional company. After high school, she was a scholarship student at the School of the Pennsylvania Ballet in Philadelphia. Sherri studied in New York City with Nadine Revene, Rosanna Seravalli, Elisabeth Carroll, and Madame Gabriella Darvash. While In New York and Philadelphia, she had the opportunity to dance with the Stuttgart Ballet in Romeo and Juliet and Swan Lake. She danced professionally with Hartford Ballet, Michael Uthoff, artistic director; Milwaukee Ballet, Jean Paul Comelin, artistic director; and Tucson Ballet, Patrick Franz, artistic director. After numerous injuries and knee surgery, Sherri retired from dancing and started teaching at Ballet Met Columbus. She taught at Ballet Dallas, Eglevsky Ballet in Long Island, Boston Ballet, Walnut Hill School of the Arts, Sarasota Ballet School, among others. She choreographed numerous pieces for summer programs, end of year performances,and the Sarasota Ballet trainees.