Third: This December, I'll be performing as Emma in a subscribers-only virtual reading of Heidi Schreck's Grand Concourse with Forward Theater, directed by Jennifer Uphoff Gray. Can't wait!
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 #11 - "Top 5 Girl-Friends" - courtesy of Anne LaFond!
Impassioned Video Essay #10 - "Who Is the Best Roman Emperor (and Why Is It Hadrian)?" - courtesy of Melissa Jane Taylor!
Impassioned Video Essay #9 - "Convincing My Brother to Get an iPhone" - courtesy of Kevin Belbey!
Impassioned Video Essay #8 - "Advice from the Bard About the Bard" - courtesy of Kate Cooper!
Impassioned Video Essay #7 - "What Leia Means To Me" - courtesy of Nancy Benninghouse!
Impassioned Video Essay #6 - "The Real MVP of Star Wars" - courtesy of George Kotsonis!
Impassioned Video Essay #5 - "What the Star Wars Sequels Got Wrong" - courtesy of Chris Vosters!
Impassioned Video Essay #4 - "Hot Takes on Scooby-Doo (2002)" - courtesy of Erin McNamee!
Impassioned Video Essay #3 - "Italy in the 1970s" - courtesy of Carey Cannon!
Impassioned Video Essay #2 - "What the Harry Potter Movies Got Wrong" - courtesy of Megan Woods!
Impassioned Video Essay #1 - "White Chocolate" - courtesy of Katie Woods!
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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