Journey To Jersey Boys at Ars Nova Photos

5 Comments so far

  1. Wanda on August 20th, 2007

    Jen, These photos are awesome!!! You look fabulous, so beautiful and everyone looks like they had such a great time. What fun! Sure hope you do it again! Love the pix of you and Tim!!!

  2. Kelly on August 21st, 2007

    Awwww…everyone looks so amazing! And its so great that Tim got to be there. :) Wish I could have been there, but I’m hoping another show is scheduled and that I can make that one!!

  3. A on August 22nd, 2007

    The pictures are wonderful! Thanks for posting them Jen! Everyone looks so beautiful and its evident that you all are having a great time. Love the picture of you and Tim. Hope your time with him was great.

  4. Lori on August 24th, 2007

    Adorable pictures Jen! Looks like it was a lot of fun and all of you had a fabolous time! :-) Everyone looks so pretty too, especially you :-) I really wish I was there :-(
    What song or songs did you sing?


  5. Lulu Thompson on August 28th, 2007

    Jennifer, this was such a wonderful showcase for the vocal talents of the lovely Jersey Girls, and Travis, too. I will not say I was surprised by the talent onstage at the Ars Nova, but I was thoroughly entertained. You truly command a stage…I can see you playing Moma Rose in “Gypsy” after you age a litle bit…you’ve got the talent and the showmanship, but you’ve got youth on your side right now. Sarah sings like a songbird and looks like the princess she yearns to be. Heather’s first song moved me to tears and I’m hunting it down to share with my husband (he’s a musician, too…actually the Minister of Music at our church). Erica is such a sultry songstress . . . and she is amazing with the violin. Travis is a cool as Sinatra and Buble mixed together, and the combination of stories, recollections and songs was truly enlightening and engaging. Your smile (directed at Tim, no doubt) lit the room and I thank you for the time you took after the show to talk and pose for pictures. Everyone was so genuinely appreciative of the audience…and what an audience…JLY, Bob Gaudio and his wife Judy, and Rick Elise. I’m glad I made the trip back to NY to see “Journey to Jersey Boys” . . . here’s hoping the next time we meet will be at the stage door of the August Wilson Theatre. Keep me posted on your solo caberet performance!