Some highlights include...
A collaboration between singer songwriter Anaïs Mitchell and director Rachel Chavkin at New York Theatre Workshop.
THE BLACK CROOK
Abrons hosted this marvel last summer...in which I used literally every skill I've got, most of them all at the same time!
Twas at JACK that these three Salomes danced to oblivion.
FEAST OF THE EPIPHANY
HADESTOWN at NYTW... NYT Critics’ Pick!
"[...] as the tale begins, hardship and natural disasters have come upon the land: “Flood’ll get ya if the fire don’t,” sing the Fates, portrayed by Lulu Fall, Jessie Shelton and Shaina Taub, harmonizing wonderfully."
- Charles Isherwood
Sonnet Repertory Theatre's The Servant of Two Masters...
"The entire cast is multi-talented and so much fun to watch. Especially charming was Kareem M. Lucas in the non-stop role of the sweetly conniving servant, Truffaldino; Adrian Blake Enscoe and Jessie Shelton as the overwrought ingénue lovers; and Leanne Borghesi as a modern Mae West of a lady’s maid. THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS is truly a delightful evening of theater."
Patrick Barlow's A Christmas Carol...
The Swiss Family Robinson at NYMF...
"Jessie Shelton, playing the ingénue, Emily Montrose, displays a fire in her performance with song and dance that easily transitions to sweet and sensitive given the situations she finds herself in."