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Jennifer Winegardner

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Member since: Mar 02, 2012

Jennifer Winegardner is a producer of NYC theatre and corporate events, an actor and a writer.

PRODUCER Since the early 1990s, Jennifer has worked in various aspects of business communications on product launches, business meetings, trade shows, video and speech support.

Her clients have included companies in the pharmaceutical, fashion, automotive, financial and technology industries.

As a theatrical producer, Jennifer has presented various readings, cabaret shows and showcases in New York City.

ACTOR Jennifer has also had success in the NYC market as an actor.

She has been seen Off Broadway in The Awesome 80s Prom, Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding and Murder at Midnight. Other NYC credits include: Musicals Tonight's revivals of Oh Lady! Lady!! and The Girlfriend, as well as concerts at Lincoln Center and Symphony Space.

Her favorite regional theatre roles include: The Thing About Men (Lucy) at Stage One Wichita in Kansas, How To Succeed... (Rosemary) at The Depot Theatre in upstate New York; and Grand Night for Singing (Lynne), Dial M for Murder (Margot), and The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Reba) at Surflight Theatre in New Jersey. She has toured the USA in productions of It's a Wonderful Life, Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast and performed at sea on Royal Caribbean's Sovereign of the Seas.

Jennifer's television appearances include roles on Rescue Me, Chappelle's Show and Late Night with David Letterman.

She has also performed in numerous live industrials and in training videos

WRITER Jennifer co-wrote, produced and recorded two award-winning CDs of original children's music - Songs to Blather By and Playground of My Mind - with her husband, William Winegardner.

She also wrote book music & lyrics for a Halloween musical review called Halloween Hullabaloo that premiered in New York City and Scranton, PA in October 2010.

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