Jennifer Christa Palmer
m e m b e r   A E A   ( S A G - A F T R A   e l i g i b l e )
photo by Scott Dentinger
"As  Tybalt, Jennifer Christa Palmer is lethal..."
- Tampa Bay Times review of  "Romeo + Juliet"
"Jennifer Christa Palmer dazzles as the 
imperious Amanda Prynne..."
- Orlando Weekly review of  "Private Lives"
BEST PERFORMANCE by a FEMALE ACTOR
as Amanda Prynne in "Private Lives" at Mad Cow Theatre
  See the full awards list - thedailycity.com
"Watching Palmer's Catherine turn into
 a force to be reckoned with 
is this production's  greatest joy..."
- Elizabeth Maupin on Theatre review of "The Heiress"
Theatre Tampa Bay Award Winner
OUTSTANDING FEATURED ACTRESS, PLAY
for her work in "Romeo + Juliet" at freeFall Theatre Company
  View the full list of winners/nominees - TheatreTampaBay
"Jennifer Christa Palmer's Rosalind is a
 refreshingly imperfect hero... She's prickly, defensive... even her laboratory solutions are  powerless to her iron will..."
- Orlando Sentinel review of  "Photograph 51" 
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adapted by Eric Davis from the play by Oscar Wilde
freeFall Theatre Company - 6099 Central Ave. St. Petersburg, FL 33710
3 October - 1 November 2015
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Oscar Wilde’s classic satire on societal conventions and propriety is even more biting when played against the backdrop of the zombie apocalypse. In the tradition of mash-up lit like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies or Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters, this evening of impeccable manners, mistaken identities, and corpses rising from the dead will send you home giggling – or checking over your shoulder!

Jack wants Gwen. Algy wants Cecily. The ladies both want Ernest. Aunt Augusta wants cucumber sandwiches. And zombies want brains. Will anyone make it to the church alive in this raucous send-up of Wilde’s “Trivial Comedy for Serious People?”

Whether a fan of Oscar Wilde or of The Walking Dead, you will delight in this side-splitting riff on decorum and decay.

Full cast announcement via BroadwayWorld.com