|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|
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.|