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“Perfectly portrayed by Jennifer Dorr White”

– New York Times
FULL BLOOM

“Ms. White has the challenge of making the least lovable character onstage sympathetic. And through her performance, you realize Eileen’s attitude isn’t completely her fault.”

– New York Times
BLUE BEFORE MORNING

“Jennifer Dorr White supplies great intimidation and unexpected heartbreak as Mother Regina Marie, particularly in the heated Act 2 which uncovers her past in touching detail and gently humanizes her along the way.”

- Dayton Most Metro Magazine
HAIL MARY!

“Jennifer Dorr White in multiple roles, each a campy gem.”

– Back Stage
CHILDREN AT PLAY

“Jennifer Dorr White is Mother Regina Marie, school principal who slips into unusually human responses occasionally, despite her more austere intentions to teach as she was taught. It is a very tricky tight rope, but she walks it well. Her revelation of how she became a nun is a poignant moment, handled with just the right touch.”

- Dayton City Paper
HAIL MARY!

“CALL ME WALDO offers some genuine laughs, especially with its subplot involving the improbable romance between the vulgar, blue-collar Gus (the boisterously funny Brian Dykstra) and the refined Cynthia (Jennifer Dorr White)”

– New York Post
CALL ME WALDO

“Jennifer Dorr White as the unyielding Ingrid Berry played the part with ease. She had the aura of a Disney villainess. White was able to bring a multifaceted performance because you could see that despite her conscience not being morally true, her heart was present.”

- www.theaterinthenow.com
THE INN AT LAKE DEVINE

“Jennifer Dorr White is first rate as Diane”

www.lightingandsoundamerica.com
SINCE AFRICA

“Jennifer Dorr White
as Hillary steals the show”

– Stagebuzz.com
RAISED IN CAPTIVITY

“Diane MacIntyre is played with delightful waspy sangfroid by Jennifer Dorr White”

- www.exeuntmagazine.com
SINCE AFRICA

“White, with a crisp voice that is maternal and condescending, treats Diane with utmost respect in her carefully constructed portrayal … White is fully immersed in Diane, making us want to get to know her.”

www.theaterpizzazz.com
SINCE AFRICA

“Cynthia is the biggest surprise, blossoming at the end.
White relishes the transformation”

– Metro New York
CALL ME WALDO

“The cast as a whole is superb… Jennifer Dorr White fastidiously juggles multiple adult personas with excellent results”

– broadwayworld.com
CHILDREN AT PLAY

“Jennifer Dorr White as Maggie brings a great frankness and understatement to scenes”

www.nytheatre.com
BETTER LEFT UNSAID

“A strong foursome of a cast that includes the great character actor Jennifer Dorr White”

– Ithaca Times

“White conveys Jane’s anger in
an amazingly realistic manner.”

– Show Business Weekly
FULL BLOOM

“White … pretty much steals the show
with her dead-on comic timing”

– nytheatre.com
THE DAY THE WORLD WENT QUEER!

“Jennifer Dorr White endows Cynthia with a frosty elegance that covers a fun-loving kid just aching to get out.”

–Back Stage
CALL ME WALDO

“White is effective as the villain with a few glimpses of the human beneath.”

- www.theasy.com
THE INN AT LAKE DEVINE

"White brings a poignant
delicacy to her role"

– Film Journal International
A.B.C.D.

“Jennifer Dorr White (Isis), a powerful actress, finds the subtle dimensions of her character”

– nytheatre.com
ME, MY GUITAR AND DON HENLEY

“Jennifer Dorr White is dryly hilarious”

– Broadwayworld.com
THE DAY THE WORLD WENT QUEER!

”White is especially adept at making insanity both funny and in some strange way sexy”

– Nytheatre-wire.com
RAISED IN CAPTIVITY

"Jennifer Dorr White is
poignant and sympathetic."

– Broadwayworld.com
FULL BLOOM

“Jennifer Dorr White as both
Hillary and Miranda is spot-on with each.”

– Nytheatre.com
RAISED IN CAPTIVITY

“Jennifer Dorr White
is believably tough as Isis.”

– Back Stage
ME, MY GUITAR AND DON HENLEY

“The production, directed by Scott Ebersold and presented by CollaborationTown, is exemplary … Jay Potter and Jennifer Dorr White unleash a parade of villains masquerading as teachers, coaches, moms and dads.”

– nytheatre.com
CHILDREN AT PLAY

“The acting is on the highest level”

– Danbury News-Times
CHILDREN

“White is strong in the role of the daughter.”

– Stamford Advocate
CHILDREN

“As Cynthia, Jennifer Dorr White morphs delightfully from cool and frustrated into a sensual person who enjoys the simpler pleasures of life like miniature golf.”

–theaterscene.net
CALL ME WALDO

“White is attractive, direct and intelligent”

– Los Angeles Times
A.B.C.D.

“Brian Dykstra as Gus is hilarious, especially in his scenes with Cynthia (played by Jennifer Dorr White) … CALL ME WALDO is a great theatre experience”

–nytheatre.com
CALL ME WALDO

“Jennifer Dorr White plays Bonnie with the same sort of naturalness, and I liked the arc she creates for her character”

– nytheatre.com
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photo: EVERY GOOD GIRL DESERVES FUN, 2015. Marinda Anderson and JDW. Photo: Ben Gabbe