In this award-winning, one-woman comic play, Jennie Fahn revisits her colorful character of a mother during what turned out to be the final act of her mother’s life. A former dancer never content to merely state the facts, there was always an embellishment to add, always a name to drop, and always a lesson to teach. But while no one expects to find the bombshell Jennie 's mom kept hidden, everyone can find something they relate to in this comedy about love, loss, and being of sound mind and body!
“Make a beaten path to Under The Jello Mold... A one-person show must demonstrate diversity of character, intelligent, crisp, catchy and electric dialogue and stage presence that catches and holds the audience's attention. This show... delivers in all three categories with a uniquely comedic turn by Fahn and transparent direction by Tom Cavanaugh."
- The Tolucan Times
"Jennie manages to find the humor in every situation. She throws in a charming song and dance number to boot. The segment when she discovers that Mom has passed is done with taste and strikes a nerve in the viewer... She handles both roles as herself and mom with aplomb!"
- NoHo Arts District
"This is the show that will imprint your eyes, your imagination, and mostly your heart, in the most loving, humorous way... Fahn’s story is deeply moving as it is funny. Her priceless characterizations of her mother, father and everyone else passing through this tale are endowed with so much detail and love."
- Gia On the Move.com
"Wow. Just wow. The mother-daughter relationship can be complex and difficult to process, but Jennie Fahn turned her process into art. [A] fast-moving, remarkable piece... Will make you look at your own mother from an entirely new perspective!"
- Laura Huntt Foti, Hollywood Fringe Certified Reviewer
"Fahn is a joy to watch as she sidesteps with an economy of effort seamlessly between characters, distinguishing instantly the persona of each!"
- Ernest Kearney, TheTVolution.com
September 23 - 26, 2021
Scottsdale Performing Center for the Arts
Under The Jello Mold contains mature language and themes
(ages 16 and up, please)
Jennie talks about the meaning of the play with the anchors of Good Day Sacramento.
- Bob Leggett, LAMusicCritic.com
Shirine Partiyeli, Hollywood Fringe Certified Reviewer
Andrew Holmes, Hollywood Fringe Certified Reviewer
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