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For the New Vic: Queens of the Coal Age (co-production with Royal Exchange),
Jennifer trained at East 15 and is a movement director and actor.
Movement Direction includes: Death of a Salesman, Our Town (Royal Exchange Theatre); Parliament Square, Philoxenia, The Trick (Bush Theatre/Royal Exchange Theatre); Out of Water, Mayfly (Orange Tree); Be My Baby, Around the World in Eighty Days (Leeds Playhouse); The Mountaintop (Young Vic & Tour); Brighton Rock (Pilot Theatre /The Lowry); Island Town, Sticks and Stones, How to Spot an Alien (Paines Plough Roundabout); Black Mountain, How to be a Kid, Out of Love (Paines Plough & Orange Tree), Death of a Salesman (Royal & Derngate); The Ugly One (The Park); Why The Whales Came (Southbank Centre); Stone Face (Finborough Theatre); Debris (Southwark Playhouse/Openworks Theatre); Macbeth (Passion in Practice/Sam Wanamaker Playhouse); Silent Planet (Finborough); Pericles (Berwaldhallen); The Future (The Yard/Company Three); Other-Please Specify, Atoms (Company Three); Takeover 2017 (Kiln Theatre).
Assistant Movement Director: Lungs, The Initiate, My Teacher’s a Troll (Paines Plough Roundabout 2014).
Jennifer is also a Leverhulme Arts Scholar, and is currently developing Thank Heaven For Little Girls with The Egg, The Lowry and The Place.