ABOUT THE ARTIST
JENNY LEE STERN
Variety calls triple threat Jenny Lee Stern “wonderful,” and DC Theatre Scene raves, “along with her gifted pipes, Stern has a stage presence that could fill up the Grand Ole Opry.” Stern appeared on Broadway in the musical Rocky. Off-Broadway, she earned resounding critical acclaim for her dynamic celebrity impressions in Forbidden Broadway and Spamilton, as well as appearing in A Christmas Story at Madison Square Garden. Additionally, Stern originated the role of Mary Delgado for the National Tour, Chicago, and original Toronto companies of Jersey Boys. Other theatre includes multiple productions of Always, Patsy Cline (Patsy Cline), Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), Damn Yankees (Lola), Xanadu (Kira), Grease (Rizzo), Grease (Frenchy), West Side Story (Anybodys), and Godspell (Bless the Lord). Concerts include: Just a Girl and The Skivvies at NYC’s 54 Below, as well as the Bucks County Symphony Orchestra Pops. Television: The Sopranos and The Mysteries of Laura. Her most rewarding role has been "Mother" to two girls.