Third: I'm fortunate to have four virtual performances coming up this November/December! Scroll down for more details under "Upcoming."
And fourth: I'm trying to help American Players Theatre weather the COVID crisis in the face of a full-season cancellation. In exchange for donations, I'm offering prizes; the most popular are the bespoke "Impassioned Video Essays" on any topic of the donor's choosing! Visit my fundraising page to learn more!
Impassioned Video Essay #14 - "Kyle's Favorite Book" - courtesy of Stephanie O'Sullivan!
Impassioned Video Essay #13 - "Lightly Roasted Literature, Vol. 1" - courtesy of Lauren Coppinger!
Impassioned Video Essay #12 - "VOTE for a Free I.V.E.!"
A LIE OF THE MIND / November 2020 After directing the original production for Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival last winter (which closed early due to COVID-19), Jennifer returned to (virtually) direct FlagShakes' filmed remount of A Lie of the Mind to be streamed for audiences this November.
SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE MADRIGALS / December 5, 2020 Jennifer is honored to take part in her alma mater's beloved holiday tradition, the SMC Madrigal Dinners! She will perform as the independent-minded Clotilde in this original Shakespeare-inspired virtual production by Susan Brabant Baxter.
GRAND CONCOURSE / December 2020 Jennifer is excited to work with Forward Theater again in Grand Concourse by Heidi Schreck. She will perform as Emma in this subscribers-only virtual reading, directed by Jennifer Uphoff Gray.
#ENOUGH: PLAYS TO END GUN VIOLENCE / December 2020 After volunteering as a reader and administrator for #ENOUGH's inaugural young playwrights competition, Jennifer will perform in one of the winning plays: Malcolm by Debkanya Mitra, directed by C. Michael Wright for Third Avenue Playhouse. The play will be streamed as part of#ENOUGH's nationwide virtual readingon December 14, 2020.
SAPIENS / June 26, 2020 Jennifer was thrilled to make her Forward Theater debut as part of their (virtual) Wisconsin Wrights 2020 Festival. She performed as Harriet in Sapiens, a new play by Eric Schabla, directed by Jake Penner.
A LIE OF THE MIND / February-March 2020 Jennifer directed Flagstaff Shakespeare Festival's production of A Lie of the Mind by Sam Shepard, which opened March 12. The second weekend of performances was postponed due to COVID-19 and is currently set to be filmed and streamed in November.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL / November-December 2019 Jennifer made her Christmas Carol debut with Children's Theater of Madison, where she performed as the Ghost of Christmas Present in an adaptation by Colleen Madden (directed by James Ridge). She also provided live music for the show.
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