Annie is a New York-based actress and singer of musical theatre, classical, and cabaret repertoire. Hailed by the LA Times as "especially impressive" and "a perky sensation," Annie recently starred as Anna (alternate) in the Broadway national tour of The King and I (dir. Bartlett Sher) and was recognized as a Finalist in the Lotte Lenya Competition. Annie has performed solo concerts nationwide, and recently premiered her original English translations of Edith Piaf's songs in a one-woman-show at The Green Room 42 (NYC).

Other recent roles include: Elsa Schraeder (U/S) in the national tour of The Sound of Music (dir. Jack O'Brien), Evelyn Nesbit in the site-specific concert of Ragtime on Ellis Island (dir. Sammi Cannold), Witch in LA Opera’s Macbeth (dir. Darko Tresnjak), Cathy in The Last Five Years, Nannetta in Falstaff, Sarah in Guys and Dolls, Frenchie in Cabaret, Luisa in the Fantasticks, Allana in The Little Mermaid, Johanna in Sweeney Todd, and Despina in Così fan tutte.

In addition to her stage endeavors, Annie is a dancer and film & tv actress, and spent the last year learning to play the accordion! She holds a Masters of Music in Vocal Performance from UCLA and a B.A. in Music and Human Biology from Stanford University.

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The lovers, Nannetta and Fenton, were especially impressive. The young soprano Annie Sherman, starting to be seen around town, is a perky sensation.
— Mark Swed, LA Times
Annie Sherman’s Elsa [is] delightful in their two songs “How Can Love Survive?” and “No Way To Stop It.”
— E. Kyle Minor, New Haven Register
Annie Sherman was just plain magnetic... She gave the best stage performance I have ever seen.
— Dr. Philip E Schoenberg, Applause! Applause!
“She’s very good,” my friend Steve turned to me and said after one of her duets... He’s right, she is, very, very good.
— Charles Karel Bouley, Huffington Post
Annie Sherman was a radiant Nanetta who sang with a liquid silver sound.
— Maria Nockin, Opera Today
Fourteen exceptionally talented singer-actors from the United States, United Kingdom, and Germany have been selected as finalists in the 2015 Lotte Lenya Competition, held annually by the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music.
— BroadwayWorld.com
Annie Sherman’s Frenchie is every bit as zesty as she was on Opening Night. (Sherman gets extra kudos for her perfekt bilingual pre-show announcements.)
— Steven Stanley, StageSceneLA.com
Everybody is great, but the standout for me is Annie Sherman, who plays Frenchie. SO very gifted, with a mesmerizing presence.
— Yelp (Cabaret, Crown City Theatre)


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