See Jennifer Blaine's celebration of diversity!
WHITE FLIGHT: A Love Letter to my Neighborhood

"Jennifer Blaine is a master of voices and characters, and she uses that gift to explore social phenomena to sometimes poignant, always comedic effect. Her work with the Female FunnyFest and last year's show SORRY have gained her a small following, sure to grow this year as she takes on the phenomenon of white flight from urban centers in the early 1970s." Debra Auspitz, City Paper

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In the early 1970's, cities across America became donuts: minority hearts surrounded by white suburbs. Through multiple characters, Blaine explores what it was like to grow up in such a city and thrive!
The show is a a mix of personal recollection, monologues, and dialogues between Jennifer's many alter egos; Dr. Amir, an Indian philosopher, Ruth, an old Jewish woman with a taste for dirty jokes, Mammi, a latina child advocate with an attitude and Danny, a guy from South Philly who hits on any woman "no matter what her race is."
Jennifer Blaine has been seen on commercials and public television and can be heard on a multitude of voiceovers. According to the Philadelphia Daily News "not even Sybil can compete with Blaine's cast of characters. Her comic genius is like Lily Tomlin and Tracey Ullman."
Jennifer has performed with movie stars such as Chris Rock and has opened for George Carlin. In Philadelphia, Jennifer has appeared in every Philadelphia Fringe Festival since l997, hosted the First Philadelphia FunnyFest, and was featured on ABC's "Philly After Midnight: Women Comedians."

Jennifer Blaine intends to tour White Flight to any city, town, college, or country that is thirsting for dialogue about creating thriving, diverse, multi-cultural community.