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I will be returning home to the Atlantic Acting School for their alumni panel. This should be fun.

Here’s the result of the Atlantic Cabaret! Enjoy.

Come on out to Atlantic Stage 2 tonight to hear me sing a song with some fellow Atlantic Alumni. It’s going to be a fun night.

It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for: the revival of the cult classic (check your twitter accounts folks!), The Witchelor written and conceived by John Early and Nicole Speizio for Ars Nova. Performances will be March 20th and 21st at 8pm, and March 22nd at 8pm and 11pm at Atlantic Stage 2. Get tickets here, and check out the YouTube videos here and here.

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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.