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Clown Bar has opened! See me as Petunia at The Box, now through August 2nd. Get your tickets here.

Tickets are already sold out for opening night! Be sure to put Clown Bar in your calendar. It’s not to be missed.

Clown Bar will be transferring to the infamous night-spot, The Box. Performances start June 14th. Check out the Broadway World article here.

I could not be more thrilled to announce the revival of the 2013 New York Times Critics’ Pick, Clown Bar by Adam Szymkowicz. I will be playing Petunia, previously played by the insanely talented Kelley Rae O’Donnell. Clown Bar is a production of Pipeline Theatre Company and will be at the Parkside Lounge in May. Click here for information and a rad video.

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EDUCATION : BFA from New York University with Atlantic Acting School

 

CURRENT LOCATION : New York, NY

 

HOMETOWN : Lexington, KY

 

LITTLE KNOWN FACT : Jessica is also known as “The Meryl Streep of Charades”

 

THEATER COs/GROUPS : Jessica is a proud member of Uncle Function, an award winning sketch group, and Pipeline Theatre Company.

 

AWARDS & NOMINATIONS : Nomination : Best Actress Broadway World Vermont (Lizzy Bennet in Pride & Prejudice), Best Ensemble NYIT (New York Innovative Theater) Awards (Clown Bar); Recipient : Excellence in Studio Award from NYU/Atlantic Acting School

 

Q : What are your dream roles?

A : All the roles that have yet to be written.  

 

Q : Any favorite movies?

A : My go-to list is:  Romeo + Juliet, The Royal Tenenbaums, Shakespeare in Love, Christmas Vacation

 

Q : Would you rather fly or be invisible?

A : Absolutely fly.  NO question.  

 

Q : What is your greatest irrational fear?

A : A Great White Shark that could fly.  

 

Q : Cheese?

A : A thousand times yes.