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Jenna will be playing Catherine in Hudson Stage Company’s production of Proof March 29th - April 13th

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Written by: Jan Rosenberg

Directed by: Shira-Lee Shalit

Produced by: Crashbox Theater Company

Starring: Mackenzie Lansing, Maki Borden, and Lizzy Julita

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Coming soon: Cryptids, a new narrative podcast from the mind of Alex Thompson, directed by Devin Shepherd of Wild Obscura Films, produced by Nora Unkel and Gabe Rosenstein. Sound design: Gina Zdanowicz

Get thee to Kickstarter to help us finish episodes 1 and 2 and continue to record. I can’t wait for you to hear this…

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A collection of reviews from our production of Black Tom Island at Premiere Stages last month:

A one-act play spread over two tense scenes, “Black Tom Island” finds its energy in the competing drives of its characters. Krasowski’s Ewa is resolute in her immigrant ethic of hard work and fortitude...Throughout the play, Wooten and his cast consistently ratchet up the pressure on these four lives, whose options for easy resolution steadily dwindle.
— Patrick Maley of (Star Ledger)
To say that the cast is outstanding would be an understatement. The four actors master Martin Casella’s finely crafted dialogue. They include Mason Hensley as Martin Babek; Jenna Krasowski as Ewa Babek; Damian Buzzerio as Father Oskar Prosco; and Bart Shatto as Tim McMillan. The characters of Martin, Ewa, and Father Prosco speak both in English and their native language, yet the interchanges flow seamlessly. The show’s emotionally charged scenes are impeccably portrayed by this very talented troupe.
— Marina Kennedy (BroadwayWorld)
The cast does an outstanding job of creating characters who will also remain with you. Mason Hensley and Jenna Krasowski play the immigrant couple, Martin and Ewa Babek with great passion.
— Karen Nowosad (Lets Go to the Theater)


The Resistance gets its first screening! It will be featured with other short films in the Portland Film Festival! I’m so proud of Lenore Marks for her work on this film!

If you’re in the Portland, OR area come check out our screening on Saturday, October 27th

Click here for tickets!

Poster Design: Chris Orsi  Cover Art: Kat VanCleave

Poster Design: Chris Orsi

Cover Art: Kat VanCleave

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Upcoming show: Premiere Stages in Union, NJ presents Black Tom Island

The play is based on a real explosion that occurred in Jersey City, in 1916. You can purchase tickets here!

On a related note, if you are interested in learning more about how to help immigrants, check out The New Sanctuary Coalition


SERIALS at the Flea Theater on 20 Thomas st.

A late night episodic series where you choose which three short plays will return for another episode! And you get a free drink with your ticket.

Get tickets here!



Ms. Estrada at the new Flea Theater on 20 Thomas St!

Elizabeth Estrada (Malena Pennycook) is a new arrival at Acropolis U, but she’s ready to shake things up. While taking a women’s studies course taught by Ms. Spencer (a Tina Fey-ish Jenna Krasowski), she comes to the conclusion that the Greek Games are problematic...”
”Flawless diction from the company facilitates our understanding, and since most of the Bats are fresh out of college, there’s an authenticity to the piece.
— Zachary Stewart (Theatermania)
Jenna Krasowski and Ben Schrager also stand out as the adults who don’t have all the answers.
— Patricia Contino (Stage Biz)
This time out, Malena Pennycook makes a strong impression in the title role, as does Jenna Krasowski as the professor who reveres the great Kate.
— David Barbour (Lighting and Sound America)
Jenna Krasowski’s Ms. Spencer is an icon much in the way that Tina Fey’s Ms. Norbury was in the film of Mean Girls.
— Victor Gluck (
...Jenna Krasowski’s strong, snarky Ms. Spencer.
— Diandra Reviews It All
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Short film The Resistance and feature Nesting Dolls currently in post-production.

Behind the scenes of  The Resistance , a short film by Lenore Marks, directed by Natasha Straley

Behind the scenes of The Resistance, a short film by Lenore Marks, directed by Natasha Straley

Art by:  Jenna Rae Tooley

Art by: Jenna Rae Tooley


Sold out final show! Thanks to Kate Tucker Fahlsing, Maureen Monterubio, and the entire cast and crew!