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Welcome to Jennifer Damiano Online, the oldest and most complete fansite for Jennifer online. You might know Jenn from her roles in Spring Awakening, Next to Normal and Spider Man: Turn off the Dark.

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2013 | B-Side
Jennifer as April
Status: Screenings
Info | Photos | Official

During a late-night broadcast an indie rock DJ makes a mean-spirited remark about a second-tier pop star, accidentally sparking an unlikely relationship when she happens to be listening to the show. With his career in jeopardy and her dispassion with her work, their romance is quickly challenged and an idyllic New York romance is put to the test as the two struggle to be in each other's life.
Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark (2011)
Role: Mary Jane
Status: On the cast recording

next to normal (2009)
Role: Natalie
Status: On the cast recording

Spring Awakening (2006)
Role: Ensemble
Status: On the cast recording
Venice (2013)
Role: Willow
Dates: May 28 - June 23
Official Site | Tickets


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Jennifer Damiano Among Lab Cast of American Psycho Musical

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson star Benjamin Walker, “Girls” actress Zosia Mamet, Tony nominees Jennifer Damiano and Isabel Keating and “Smash” actor Wesley Taylor are among the developmental cast of Duncan Sheik‘s American Psycho musical, Playbill.com has learned.

The lab, which is scheduled to be presented at the end of this month, stars Walker as Patrick Bateman with Damiano (Next to Normal) as Jean, Roe Hartrampf (Unnatural Acts) as Paul Owen, Mamet (Really Really) as Evelyn Williams, Theo Stockman (American Idiot) as Tim Price, Heléne Yorke (Bullets Over Broadway) as Courtney Lawrence, Drew Gehling (Jersey Boys) as Craig McDermott, Angel Reda (Chicago) as Sabrina, Wallace Smith (Godspell) as David Van Patten, Sydney Morton (Motown) as Christine, Taylor (The Addams Family) as Luis Carruthers, Krystina Alabado (American Idiot) as Victoria/Hardbody Bartender, Jeb Brown (Beautiful) as Detective Kimball, Keating (The Boy From Oz) as Patrick’s Mother/Mrs. Wolfe and Nick Bailey (Casa Valentina) as Sean Bateman.

As previously announced, the musical is eyeing a fall 2015 Broadway premiere, according to the show’s composer, Tony winner Duncan Sheik. A recent casting notice stated that Tony Award-winning Broadway producers Jeffrey Richards and Jerry Frankel are now attached to the production, although they have not yet responded to Playbill.com’s request for comment.

TheWrap previously reported that Act 4 Productions and producer Ed Pressman (the “American Psycho” movie) are behind the adaptation.

American Psycho, which was slated to premiere at Second Stage Theatre Off-Broadway in early 2015, began its developmental lab Jan. 6, according to an Equity casting notice.

Rupert Goold (Macbeth, King Lear, Enron), who directed the critically acclaimed London premiere, directs with choreography by Lynne Page.

The rumored reason for the show’s removal from Second Stage’s season was attributed to Act 4 Entertainment, a production company known best for film development, pulling the rights. As previously announced, Second Stage has filled the American Psycho spot with the Atlantic Theater Company production of Stephen Adly GuirgisBetween Riverside and Crazy.

The musical thriller, set during the height of the 1980’s era of Wall Street greed, premiered at London’s Almeida Theatre last fall, where it played an extended, sold-out run.

The dark pop musical has a book by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (“Glee,” “Big Love,” Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, Good Boys and True), with music and lyrics by Grammy and Tony winner Sheik. Bret Easton Ellis’ 1991 novel was previously adapted for the screen in 2000, starring Christian Bale.

The London premiere featured BAFTA Award-nominated “Doctor Who” star Matt Smith as serial killer Patrick Bateman.

Here’s how the musical is billed: “26-year-old Patrick Bateman is sophisticated, rich and devastatingly handsome. He’s got a sculpted body, a model-gorgeous girlfriend, a to-die-for apartment, and a Wall Street job in 1980s New York City. In short, his life’s killer. There’s just one snag in this dark vision of the American Dream…Patrick can’t get the blood out of his $5000 suits.”

The London premiere of American Psycho was an Almeida Theatre and Headlong co-production in association with David Johnson and Jesse Singer for Act 4 Entertainment by special arrangement with Edward R Pressman.


Posted on Jan 19th, 2015
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New Photoshoot

I’ve added two HQ photoshoot photos to the gallery!


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Posted on Jun 26th, 2014
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Jenn to perform in ‘A Taylor Swift Love Story’ on July 22

There is no contemporary songwriter more prolific in articulating the highs and lows of young love than Taylor Swift. Her songs — some familiar to all, some lesser-known — span one universal emotional territory.

Using selections from all four of Swift’s studio albums alongside intermittent spoken-word poetry and narration, the concert will construct a singular, chronological story and follow a journey of young love from beginning to end. Featuring a cast of Broadway performers, the narrative throughline will be told via specific perspectives by some of the theatre community’s most adept young storytellers.

Conceived and directed by Kimberly Belflower (Lost Girl, An Emily Dickinson Christmas, Chronic Fatigue; MFA playwriting candidate at UT Austin ’17)

Featuring performances from:
Blake Daniel
Preston Sadleir
Andrew Durand
Jenn Damiano
Barrett Wilbert Weed
Lilli Cooper

and more


Posted on Jun 15th, 2014
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Jennifer joins ‘Bright Lights, Big City in Concert’

A concert version of Bright Lights, Big City — the musical based on the Jay McInerney novel of the same name — will be presented at 54 Below June 16 at 7 PM and 9:30 PM.

Michael Greif, who directed the original Off-Broadway production, will also direct Bright Lights, Big City in Concert.

Joining the previously announced Colin Donnell, Matt Doyle, original cast member AnnMarie Milazzo, Ben Crawford, Keala Settle, MacKenzie Mauzy and Tony winner Alice Ripley are Jennifer Damiano and Nicolette Robinson.

The concert will also feature an ensemble of six young performers, many of whom are making their 54 Below debuts: Michelle Cameron, Adrienne Eller, Zachary Infante, Dimitri Joseph Moïse, Lizzy Perkins and Tim Sampson.

Musical director Matt Hinkley will lead a band that includes Mike Pettry (keyboard), Craig Magnano (guitar), Steve Gilewski (bass) and Jay Mack (drums).

Paul Scott Goodman’s rock musical, according to press notes, “follows a week in the life of Jamie, a successful young writer who loses himself in the chaos of 1980s New York City.” This will be the first NYC performance of Bright Lights, Big City, which premiered at New York Theater Workshop in 1999, since 2002.

Katie Riegel produces.

There is a $40-$50 cover charge and a $25 food and beverage minimum. Click here for reservations.


Posted on May 31st, 2014
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B-Side Flyway Film Festival Screenings

B-Side will be screening at Wisconsin’s Flyway Film Festival on October 20 at 4pm! Tickets are $9.43 and available here.

Posted on Oct 14th, 2013
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B-Side to screen at the Orlando Film Festival

B-Side will be playing on October 18th and 19th at the Orlando Film Festival! Tickets are available here.

Posted on Aug 29th, 2013
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HQ Photoshoot Update

I’ve added 3 HQ photos from a photoshoot Jennifer did with her Spider-man costar Reeve Carney back in 2011.


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Posted on Aug 16th, 2013
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B-Side Gallery Updates

I’ve added over 200 HD screencaptures from the B-Side trailer to the gallery, as well as two missing stills.


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Posted on Jun 19th, 2013
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NY Daily News Review of Venice

Best of all is Damiano, known for “Next to Normal” and “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.” She’s got a beautiful presence and voice to match. Whenever she sings, which is often, “Venice,” a title that conjures a sinking city, gets a welcome lift.

Read the full review

Posted on Jun 19th, 2013
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Review: ‘Venice’ at the Public Theater is a pulsating hip-hop musical adventure

The rafters are shaking downtown at the Public Theater, where the dynamic new hip-hop musical, “Venice,” is rocking the Anspacher Theater. It’s a potent, dystopian mashup of rap music, Shakespeare’s “Othello,” sibling rivalry and political intrigue. And there’s a sweet love story, too.

Intricate vocal harmonies infuse the pulsating anthems and ballads performed by a youthful, energetic cast, and the staging is acrobatic and effective, in the irresistible Public Lab production that opened Thursday night. Director Eric Rosen co-created the book and co-wrote the lyrics with Matt Sax, who wrote the music.

The complex, often-operatic score, which includes additional music by Curtis Moore, delineates character and creates a moody atmosphere while compellingly advancing the story. Chase Brock’s versatile choreography creates a feverish sense of foot-stomping rebellion, as well as somber, elegiac moments.

Haaz Sleiman and Leslie Odom Jr. play half-brothers on opposite sides of a feud that has divided the citizens of a once-peaceful city. Sleiman is charismatic and regal as Venice, the leader of the freedom movement, while Odom gives a sly appeal to Markos, his jealous, Machiavellian brother who heads the military occupiers.

Jennifer Damiano exudes angelic goodness and sings beautifully as Willow, the symbol of unity that could reunite the divided city. As Venice’s childhood sweetheart, Willow has several ardent duets with Sleiman, including the lovely, “Waited All These Years.” Damiano’s voice soars on “If Only,” a song of regret over the death of a dear friend.

Sax affectingly plays an emcee called Clown, who narrates the turbulent story, often rapping while the walls of the Anspacher fill up with typed projections of his dialogue. Powerful bureaucrat Theo Westbrook (given heart by Jonathan-David) surprisingly sings one of the show’s sweeter refrains, “I wanna love and be loved,” even in the midst of the uprising.

The rest of the cast is terrific, with Claybourne Elder providing gravitas as Willow’s and Venice’s staunch ally, Michael. Uzo Aduba makes a powerful impression as Anna, the mournful ghost of Venice and Markos’ mother. Victoria Platt expressively portrays Markos’ duped wife Emilia, and a sexily feral Angela Polk stands out in a sizzling, cat-suited number called “Hailey Daisy.”

The fine performances, kinetic imagery, haunting melodies and memorable lyrics combine to make “Venice” an adventurous, winning musical experience.


Posted on Jun 14th, 2013
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