Welcome to the official website  of 
Knardirell & Company!

Knardirell & Company is a multifaceted performing 
arts organization.  

Mission: We strive to inspire, educate and encourage 
              all mankind.  We give honor first  and  
             foremost to God because He makes  it 
             all  possible!


Sherri N Knotts (pictured left) is our Founding President.  She began acting at the age of nine for the local arts council. During her ninth grade year in high school, she and three others placed 3rd in a community talent show where they sang and danced. During the tenth grade, she acted in an annual outdoor drama.  Along with acting in several stageplays, Sherri has participated in pageants to include the annual Anson County Debutante Ball.  

She has played the role of the Lady in Brown in the stageplay
For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf.  In her early twenties, she took on the role of a crackhead in the stageplay He'll Move Your Mountain.   In 2010, Ms. Knotts wrote, produced, directed and starred in the stageplay The Street Corner Since then, she has graced several venues  serving as an emcee, poetess, and a spoken word artist while using her stage name: Nick Knardirell.  Nick is short for her middle name and Knardirell is a combination of surnames.

She has authored and published "It's HIS Loss!: When the Relationship Ends," a book geared toward encouraging women to look within for their missing piece to their life's puzzle. Her latest book titled, "Verbal Portraits of SHE" is soon to be released.  It is a compilation of sixty-three poems ranging in genre.  Sherri has also written six screenplays, several short plays/skits, ten songs and three full-length stageplays.

Knardirell & Company creates poetry, spoken word, stage plays, skits and screen plays. Our company will work closely with you to bring your vision for your venue to pass! No venue is too big or small to consider.