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Package Deal

Details

Categories: Comedy & Improv, Theater

Dates: September 17, 2021 - September 18, 2021

Run Time: 70 mins

Venue: Mister John's Music

Overview

As a veteran solo performance artist, Jennifer Blaine has participated in many Philly Fringe Festivals, including the very first one in 1997! In her latest original work, Package Deal, she humorously explores the fragility of systems, the human body, and recounts being demoted as an aging womxn artist mother. Armed with her sense of humor, a multitude of characters, can her storytelling transform your world?

Jennifer Blaine

JENNIFER BLAINE has been performing one-woman shows for 25 years. Her original writing, performing, and comedy delve into serious and socially relevant issues and provide audiences the opportunity to unite in laughter. Jennifer has opened for George Carlin and performed with Chris Rock and Joe Piscopo. According to the Philadelphia Daily News “not even Sybil can compete with Blaine’s cast of characters. Her comic genius is like Lily Tomlin and Tracey Ullman.”

She has performed in every FringeArts for the festival’s first decade. Some of her 15 FringeArts works include Sorry (why women can’t stop apologizing for their existence), White Flight, Hearing Voices, and Ridiculous, which asked the audience to end the patriarchy once and for all.

Credits

JENNIFER BLAINE, actor/writer, has been performing solo shows for 25 years. Her original writing, performing, and comedy delve into serious and socially relevant issues and provide audiences the opportunity to unite in laughter. Jennifer has opened for George Carlin and performed with Chris Rock and Joe Piscopo. According to the Philadelphia Daily News “not even Sybil can compete with Blaine’s cast of characters. Her comic genius is like Lily Tomlin and Tracey Ullman.”


She has performed in every FringeArts for the festival’s first decade. Some of her 15 FringeArts works include Sorry (why women can’t stop apologizing for their existence), White Flight, Hearing Voices, and Ridiculous, which asked the audience to end the patriarchy once and for all. She is working on a new musical, MANNEQUIN, which will have a sneak peek during the Fringe Festival in a piece called "Invitation to Play."

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