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Sherry Mulholland

Artistic Director


520.749.1221  / 520.603.4010



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Sherry Mulholland is the artistic director and a dancer with Funhouse movement theater.  She has had the pleasure of studying dance at the University of Arizona, has performed in The Last Supper at Uncle Tom’s Cabin/The Promised Land with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Co. and has danced with multiple local companies.  Through Funhouse’s Youth Outreach Program, she teaches dance residencies in southern Arizona schools.

Learn a little bit more about Sherry....

ZUZI:  Tell us a little bit about your group, organization or, if you are an Independent Contractor-your personal experience as a solo Artist.

Sherry:  Founded in 1998 by award winning choreographer, Lee Anne Hartley, FUNHOUSE movement theater has reached over 70,000 people in its 23 year history. Due to their highly acclaimed choreography and sought-after dance residency programs for youth, FUNHOUSE continues to be a well respected contemporary dance company in southern Arizona. Sherry Mulholland has danced with FUNHOUSE for 15 years and has been the artistic director for the last 5 years. Cynthia Wasco has performed Beachball Ballet and Monsoon with FUNHOUSE.

ZUZI:  Why do you feel the Arts, and particularly Dance, is an important part of life and learning?

Sherry:  So many people love to be in their bodies through dancing and so many people love to watch dance. I think it conveys/expresses important societal messages.

ZUZI:  What is something you have learned during the last couple of years, or during your entire dance career, that you wouldn't mind sharing?

Sherry:  I have always known, and continue to have reinforced, that I have so much left to learn when it comes to dancing.

Thank you, Sherry for sharing with ZUZI! Dance, your lovely talent, and deeply emotional choreography and thank you for being a part of our special Solstice show!

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