Lorrie Harris is the founder and Studio Director of

Sunshine Performing Arts. She has always loved to sing and started singing at the age of 5 years old.  She grew up in a musical household having a Dad who was an Entertainer and a Mom who played piano, She was naturally drawn to the performing arts and knew this was going to be a part of her life forever. Lorrie has been heard singing with several critically acclaimed Bay Area Bands from San Jose to San Francisco. . Her unique way of teaching Vocal/Performance enables experienced and non-experienced singers to sing with more power and ease by incorporating diaphragmatic breathing and control.  Her style of teaching includes learning how to sing from the spirit and become a storyteller on stage, and most of all how to get over stage fright, and own the stage.  Being a school teacher for over 30 years and teaching group classes through the Town Of Danville's Recreation Department for over 20 years has helped her to create confidence building private/group classes that allow students to shine on stage.  She has a knack for bringing out the "I can do anything" spirit and helping to build self and confidence within her students. Her  Vocal styles includes R&B, Rock, Pop, and everything in between!   




Songstress Jane Brody is a professional, critically acclaimed recording artist/singer-songwriter and teacher from Maryland and later New York City. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Music and Education from the University of Maryland. Ms. Brody has been teaching since 1988. Jane Brody has toured as special guest for Mike Scott (Waterboys), performed with members of Bonnie Raitt’s band, and opened shows for Aimee Mann, John Prine, and Peter Buck from REM to name of few. Her original music has received critical acclaim from such magazines as The Village Voice who say “Jane Brody has a cinematographer’s eye for angles and textures, her flying spirit is anchored by a thrilling strong voice and a clear mind.” As a teacher Jane has a calm, welcoming, and creative style that encourages the students to practice because they find it fun and challenging. Her students love to perform and can be heard at their own Coffeehouse Showcases.

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Angela is a NYC-based artist and a proud member of the Actors’ Equity Association. She graduated with honors from NYU, Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in drama. At NYU, she studied with the musical theatre program (New Studio on Broadway), the on-camera acting studio (Stonestreet Studios), and with the International Theatre Workshop in Amsterdam, receiving an Outstanding Achievement Award at the top of her class. Up until COVID, she had been consistently working in NYC, participating in various new and upcoming shows.

 Theatre credits include Romeo and Bernadette (Bernadette), Into The Woods (Cinderella) Aladdin (Jasmine), and Merrily We Roll Along (Beth), among others. She works as a screen acting and musical theater instructor for Actor’s Technique New York, and as a private vocal coach for teens and adults at The Young Singers Academy.