September 22nd, 11am The Wing-SoHo,
Doing a live reading of Monet Hurst-Mendoza’s Sink or Swim,a Girl Tales retelling of the classic La Llorona. Listen here.
September 24th, 9:30pm at The Tank, Embodying the Collective Consciousness of a Million Raindrops and singing/playing an original song for Pier Valentino and The Imaginary Friend Cabaret. Tickets here.
September 27th, 8pm at Spectrum,
Constellation Chor returns to begin their residency. Performing an hour improv with some surprises tossed in. Fresh off their international music festival debut in Vovousa, Greece, CC is ready to make some magic/music for you. Info here.
October 6th, 8pm at A.R.T./New York,
October 8th-26th, at Theater Mitu,
Joining an incredible cast and the amazing Asia Kate Dillon in the Mirror/Fire Productions presentation of Corinne Donly’s play Orchid Receipt Service. Tickets here.
Still fundraising! Consider joining the team and contributing to TGNC stories told by TGNC folx! Kickstarter campaign here
JUST MISSED LAST SUMMER:
Constellation Chor goes international! Performing in the Vovousa Music Festival in Greece this summer!
NY Madness' MadLab presents Nico Grelli's
you're (no) good or a priori a posteriori
6/30 at the Kraine Theater.
"HOW DID I GET HERE?"
A desert baby born and raised in the Arizona sun, Jen was singing long before speaking thanks to their parents, who gifted them a love of music and performance. The acting bug bit hard at the age of 6, when they were cast as a lamb in the Christmas pageant and realized that on stage you could be anything.
Jen received a Bachelor of Music from Arizona State University and made their way to NYC. They have performed all over the city, country and world, in everything from rock concerts, healing rituals, web series and art installations to plays, operas, films and musicals.. Favorites include Tamar of the River, Angels, Zapata! The Musical, Lilleth Glimcher’s You There and Casa Blue: The Last Moments in the Life of Frida Kahlo. Being on set of short films such as Martin Bowsfield and in web series like Making It, Mythos and How To Make It To 30 has also rocked their world. Jen's #1 goal is to do work that moves and inspires and tells the stories of those who have been ignored for too long.
You will occasionally find them jamming out on their cello with various friends' bands, helping humans bring tiny humans into the world as a doula, singing to babies in Spanish with Mi Manzana, recording and directing voice overs and other fun things, doing energy and intuitive healing work, practicing guitar, writing stories and silly songs and making magic with Marisa Michelson's Constellation Chor Ensemble.