Ensemble Studio Theatre: Do Androids Dream Of Electric Brunch?

Jennifer will be playing Lily in Yilong Liu’s short play Lily in EST’s upcoming brunch plays on Sunday February 10th, presented by EST Youngblood & the EST/Sloan Project. The play will be directed by John Giampietro.


the Youngblood Science Brunch

Pull out your Erlenmeyer flask, your bunsen burner, and your biography of Marie Curie and join us for five new plays celebrating science by the writers of Youngblood, as well as pancakes, bacon and (young)bloody marys!

featuring new short plays by Amanda Keating, Yilong Liu, Cristina Luzarraga, Megan Chan Meinero, & one play co-written by Lily Houghton & Sofya Levitsky-Weitz

Brunch begins at 12:30PM, plays begin at 1:00PM!

Swipe Left the Series: Premiere!

Swipe Left, a webseries that Jennifer worked on in the summer of 2018 will be having its premiere this month! Jennifer played surly, clean-freak, knitting-obsessed roommate Lydia!

2031 5TH AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10035

We are so excited to bring you the first season of Swipe Left. What is Swipe Left?  A comedy about Ella and her neurotic friends trying to survive bad Tinder dates, New York City, and Vegan bake-offs.  

Come join us for drinks and laughs at our World Premiere at the National Black Theatre in Harlem. There will be wine, beer, and of course, Tinder!

Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Brunch Away From Brunch

Jennifer Tsay will be in Andrew Massey‘s short play Gate E-11, ORD at EST’s Sunday January 13th double-brunch event! The piece will be directed by Kristin McCarthy Parker and you’ll have 2 chances to catch the show at the Irish Arts Center:

Brunch #1: Brunch begins at 11:30am, plays begin at 12pm!
Brunch #2: Brunch begins at 2:30pm, plays begin at 3pm!

Happy brunching!

Rage Play: Flux Theatre Ensemble

by Nandita Shenoy
directed by Lori Elizabeth Parquet
part of the Flux Forward play development program and Food:Soul

December 5, 2018
Location: “Torn Page” 435 West 22nd Street

Featuring: Farah Bala, Alisha Spielmann, Jennifer Tsay, and CJ Wilson

SYNOPSIS: In RAGE PLAY three women try to understand why they’ve killed a man…and why they must keep killing him. And why he keeps coming back. Inspired by the #MeToo movement, Nandita Shenoy’s powerful play explores the cost women face in fighting back against misogyny and patriarchy, and how they might be complicit in these systems. Set within a purgatorial theatre field, the women work through memories of abuse in hopes of finding liberation…or at least a little revenge. RAGE PLAY is part of Flux’s FluxForward program. This developmental reading will be followed by a facilitated conversation.

Learn more: http://www.fluxtheatre.org/2018/11/foodsoul-of-nandita-shenoys-rage-play/

NBC’s The Village

Jennifer will be featured in an episode of NBC’s upcoming new series The Village as a young mom! Air date and details to come!

The Diver: workshop reading!


Jennifer will be playing Lucy in the workshop reading of Kari Bentley-Quinn‘s The Diver.  Directed by Lana Russell and presented as a Goldfish Memory Productions Beta workshop, the reading will take place on November 11th at 4pm at Primary Stages Studios at 307 W 38th St Ste 1510.

Impact at Ars Nova!


Jennifer will be playing the lead role of Naomi in the staged reading of Ray Yamanouchi’s Impact. Directed by Taylor Reynolds, the reading will be presented at Ars Nova on October 19th at 3pm.

For more details, CLICK HERE

The Alternate Possibilities at Dixon Place!


Jennifer will be playing Clark in the workshop production of Amy Gijsbers Van Wijk’s The Alternate Possibilities of Our Past and Future History with Particular Regard to the Eastern Puma and the Corps of Discovery.  Directed by Alex Tobey, the workshop production will be on October 3rd – for more details, CLICK HERE

Inside the Rain – indie film booking!

Jennifer has been cast as a sorority girl Beth in the independent feature film Inside the Rain by director/writer Aaron Fisher.

Inside the Rain will begin production in late July 2018.

Asian American International Film Festival 2018!

The independent feature When We Grow Up will be screening at the Asian American International Film Festival!  Jennifer played mouthy-but-loving sister Maris in the Barnes family, whose title matriarch was played by Catherine Curtin.

Village East Cinema
July 27, 2018 5:30 pm

Q&A to follow with filmmakers

Developed by an entirely female crew, WHEN WE GROW UP is a feature film about a close-knit, sometimes contentious, interracial family reunited by an unconventional emergency. Once together, they are forced to confront each other’s secrets, flaws, and childhood scars.

$16 General
$12 Student/Senior

For tickets: http://aaiff.org/2018/films/when-we-grow-up/