Escape into the absurd humor of Jennifer Blaine as she wrestles the ridiculous—from motherhood to the patriarchy to bestiality. Blaine, “whose comic genius is like Lily Tomlin and Tracey Ullman” (Philadelphia Daily News), invites us to honor ourselves despite a world of interruption and disruption. We can start somewhere, begin to protest, but remember to celebrate.
$20 / 75 minutes
Jennifer Blaine (writer, solo performer) has opened for George Carlin, performed with Chris Rock, and shared the Broadway stage with Tony award winner Glenda Jackson. She was featured on ABC’s Philly After Midnight: Women Comedians. According to the Philadelphia Daily News “her comic genius is like Lily Tomlin and Tracey Ullman.” Her solo work has appeared in 15 FringeArts festivals (including pick of the Fringe), PIFA at The Kimmel Center, The Annenberg Center for the Arts, the Samuel Beckett Theatre on Theatre Row, many colleges and universities, cabarets and theatre festivals throughout the U.S. Her original writing, performing, and comedy delve into serious and socially relevant issues and provides audiences the opportunity to unite in laughter.