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Jennie Jadow is an actress and theatre educator based in Western Massachusetts with performance experience throughout the New England and New York City areas. Her performance background includes numerous productions of both musicals and straight plays in regional theatres in the Berkshires and in New York, including Barrington Stage Company, Jacob’s Pillow, The Berkshire Theatre Festival, Shakespeare & Company, Mixed Company, The Gallery Players (NYC) and the 92nd St Y. (NYC). Roles with Shakespeare & Company include: Comedy of Errors (Luciana); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Fairy); Macbeth Spring Tour (Lady Macduff/Lennox); Scapin (Zerbinette) ; Toad of Toad Hall (Rat); Les Liaisons Dangereuse (Madame de Volanges); The Amorous Quarrel (Mascarille); As you Like It (Audrey); Learned Ladies (Belize). Regional Credits: Barrington Stage Company: Cyrano De Bergerac (Duenna); Funny Girl (Mrs. Meeker). Berkshire Theatre Festival: Camelot (Lady); Wilder, Wilder…(Dodie, Beulah). Jacob’s Pillow: Historias (Guest Dancer). Horse Cave Theatre (KY): Merely a Madness (Participant). New York Credits: Heights Players: Babes in Toyland (Mary). Gallery Players: Pirates of Penzance (Isabel). 92nd St Y: Diamonds and Jewels Cabaret (Soloist). Riant Theatre: Rapture (Mary). Other experience includes acting as the Director of Education for Barrington Stage Company and experience working with the developmentally delayed and psychiatric populations. Jennie is a 1999 graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and, most recently, completed her Master’s Degree in Movement Therapy and Counseling with a primary focus in the treatment of adolescents with psychiatric diagnosis.

Currently Jennie works as an Education Artist for Shakespeare and Company in Lenox , MA as part of their nationally recognized education team. She has taught in numerous facets of their education program, including five summers with the Riotous Youth Summer Program (4 of those years as Director of the Program), has directed six Fall Festival of Shakespeare Productions, has directed three Shakespeare in the Courts Programs (all three years as Director of the Program), taught the Elementary and Middle school Residencies, and assistant directed Spring Young Company.

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