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 )
"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
"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
"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"
"a resident badass...
Palmer yielded weapons
in such a way that I would feel completely at ease
having her protect me from zombies..."
- BWW review of "The Importance of Being Earnest with Zombies"
R e c e n t P r o j e c t s
T h e T i n W o m a n
by Sean Grennan, directed by David Arisco
Actors' Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre, 280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, FL 33134
18 May - 12 June 2016
From the author of Making God Laugh, which AP audiences fell in love with two seasons ago, comes Sean Grennan’s newest comedy, this one with inspirational dramatic resonance. The Tin Woman is a rich, funny and moving theatrical experience involving a postoperative heart transplant recipient struggling with her own survival guilt, who decides to meet the family of the late donor, their son. The grief of the late donor’s family coupled with the recipient’s own questions, fears and doubts evolve into a very real, very funny and touching new play, that leaves the audience with an unexpected and moving resolution.
Jennifer Christa Palmer stars as Joy.
"Grennan infuses his play with a cynical humor, especially in the personality of his lead character – Jennifer Christa Palmer is spot on..." - Michelle F. Solomon, Miami ArtZine