Pipeline Theatre’s Night of Extraordinary Risk: Corpse Backpack!

Jennifer has been cast as leading role of Betal in Pipeline Theatre‘s exciting Night of Extraordinary Risk: Corpse Backpack!

The production runs from November 16 – 19th and details of the event and ticketing are below!


Join the PlayLab class of 2018 for a grand experiment in playmaking; a night of riddles, mystery, and, as always, a touch of magic.

Written by Rick Burkhardt, J. Julian Christopher, Amy Gijsbers van Wijk, Jae Kramisen,
K.T. Looney, Divya Mangwani, Matt Minnicino

Directed by Jaki Bradley & Tom Costello
Music by Deepali Gupta & Nate Weida


Filming wrapped for When We Grow Up indie feature!








Jennifer has just wrapped filming, playing her first lead role in an independent feature film for When We Grow Up, by Grace Hannoy.

Filming took place over 2 weeks in Ghent, NY and featured an all-female crew.

Other actors in the ensemble cast include CATHERINE CURTIN (Orange is the New Black, Insecure), MITCH POULOS (Arrested Development), LAUREN LIM JACKSON (Daredevil, Jessica Jones).

For more information on the project, please visit: http://www.whenwegrowupfilm.com/ 

For more BTS shots, please visit the film’s instagram page @whenwegrowupfilm

After Dad with West of 10th!


Jennifer is excited to reprise her role as Yun Sun in the upcoming workshop reading of After Dad, by Cary Gitter, directed by Colette Robert

All details below!


a new play by CARY GITTER
(How My Grandparents Fell In Love at EST Marathon-NY Times Critic’s Pick)
MONDAY, JULY 31 at 7:00PM
The Dramatist Guild’s The Music Hall
356 West 40th Street, 2nd Floor
directed by COLETTE ROBERT
(How My Grandparents Fell In Love at EST Marathon-NY Times Critic’s Pick)
ZACH GRENIER (CBS’s The Good Wife)
KEILLY MCQUAIL (Bad Jews at Long Wharf Theater)
PATRICIA RANDELL (Durang Durang at Manhattan Theatre Club)
JENNIFER TSAY (MOPE at Ensemble Studio Theater)
KURT UY (Vietgone at Manhattan Theatre Club)
What do you do when your dad suddenly dies? If you’re Jewish, you go home for shiva—seven days of ritual mourning. So Cammy’s back from New York City and living in Jersey for a week. And her mom, her childhood BFF, her high school crush, and the rabbi are all there waiting for her. Not to mention the sexy Jersey Bro invading her dreams. Will she make it out alive? After Dad is a raw, raunchy comedy about grief, coming home, and figuring out how to live your life after you lose the person you loved most.

Indivisible Brooklyn PSA now LIVE!

The PSA is now live!

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Downy China commercial with Amy Sedaris!



Jennifer just finished shooting a commercial for Downy China with Amy Sedaris!

Independent Feature Lust Life!


Jennifer is proud to announce that she has been cast as Lark in the upcoming independent film Lust Life, shooting in the summer of 2017.  The film will be directed by Benjamin Feuer and writer/director/actor Stephanie Sellars.

More details to come!

PSA for Indivisible Brooklyn!


Jennifer just finished shooting a PSA for Indivisible Brooklyn (INBK)!

More details to come when the PSA is complete!

For more info on INBK, please visit: http://indivisiblebrooklyn.com/ or @indivisible_bk

EST Bloodworks Reading: Hoboken 1953!


Jennifer is excited to be performing in a reading of Cary Gitter‘s Hoboken 1953, directed by Colette Robert as part of EST’s Youngblood reading series!

Details below:

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017 at 9pm

Ensemble Studio Theatre

Deborah Kampmeier’s Split: now on itunes!

Jennifer is proud to announce the launch of Deborah Kampmeier‘s Split @SplitFilmNY on iTunes movies!  She had the pleasure of working on the film and playing Julia who was one of the women in the acting troupe of the film.

Check it out!  http://bit.ly/iSplit

Rule of 7×7: Spring Edition!


Jennifer will be performing in a piece by Colin Waitt, directed by Kristin McCarthy Parker for the spring 2017 edition of Rule of 7×7.



Details below!

Saturday, April 8th

Performances at 7PM & 9:30PM
ONE FREE DRINK with your ticket!

The Tank

151 W 46th St., 8th Floor  NY, NY 10036
Critics have called 7×7 “hilarious,” “ingenious,” “a theater party,” “an electrifying comedic experience.”