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- Age Range: 35 - 50
- Vocal Range: Alto
- Eyes: Brown
- Hair: Brown
- Height: 5' 6"
"Anderson balanced her rage with her humor well..."
Rich Smith, The Stranger, on "99 Tropes"
"As this stunning monologue develops, you begin to realize, “What I am watching is incredibly important.” "
Blair Peters, Drama in the Hood, on "Letter from Helen" http://www.dramainthehood.net/2014/03/mythfest/
"It was an impressive feat of a performance..."
"What I most liked about Jen Anderson's performance was the complexity of the character's arc, moving from that initial physical presentation of a body to a much more complete, satisfying, human character. Her face expressed so much vitality and integrity (she disbelieves with much more conviction than GL believes with) that her body ceased to be of any importance quite early on. Her face, her personality, her identity was quite beautiful, and became the true measure of GL's transformation, and her own."
Jerry Kraft, Seattle Actor on "Riding the Bull" http://seattleactor.com/news/modules.php?name=SeattleReview&rop=showcontent&id=444
"The production is extremely watchable, as are the two actors. Anderson and Brown have a definite chemistry..."
Miryam Gordon, Seattle Gay News, on "Riding the Bull" http://www.sgn.org/sgnnews39_30/page28.cfm
"Jen Anderson makes a raunchy, dirty-mouthed Lyza Mary who finds Jesus in the oddest places. Even when the story turns dark and difficult, it is shot through with the underlying innocence of the connection between GL and Lyza Mary. The two of them have a sweet heat together, and they range all over the emotional landscape, carrying the audience with them."
J. Autumn Needles, Edge of The Net, on "Riding the Bull" http://www.edgeonthenet.com/index.php?ch=entertainment&sc=theatre&sc2=reviews&sc3=performance&id=122844
"Jen Anderson is the heavy sidekick; the one who hangs around to be used when needed and tossed aside when the rest of life is going well. Anderson plays a difficult part with deft understanding and does a great drunk. "
Miryam Gordon, Seattle Gay News, on "Five Women Wearing the Same Dress" http://www.sgn.org/sgnnews35_48/mobile/page31.cfm
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