Jennifer Blaine has been performing her original one-woman shows, recording voice-overs, and acting in classic and contemporary plays since the early 1990's.
She has opened for George Carlin and performed with Chris Rock, and Joe Piscopo.
Blaine was featured on ABC's Philly After Midnight: Women Comedians and on CBS news.
Recently she completed her first dramatic work for an ensemble, ON THE INSIDE, which is about a theatre artist leading a group of maximum security inmates to create their own play.
Jennifer specializes in comedy that delves into serious and socially relevant issues and provides audiences with the opportunity to unite in laughter.
Jennifer's One Woman Shows
White Flight: A Love Letter to My Neighborhood
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 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 her race. Press Release
She received favorable press for her previous solo shows "SORRY" A Satiric Exploration of Gender, Etiquette, and Politics which was selected as a "Pick of the Fringe" at the Philly Fringe Festival.

In the show she presented last year, Cure-Alls, Blaine presented seven health-driven comedic characters, including Dr. Amir, who teaches breathing techniques, Gina, the English Lesbian Widow, and Ruth the Bubbe, with a talent for dirty jokes.

Cure-Alls, took her to Denver, Tampa, New York City, and the surrounding tri-state area.
Previously, Jennifer's Safety in Numbers toured throughout New York City.