Jennifer DeLatte is a pure comic genius as ditzy blonde star Lina Lamont. (Alan Smason,
​The Examiner).


David Mamet's November

Lawrence, the Musical with Bart Shatto

​​​Jennifer DeLatte

​​​Jennifer DeLatte is a revelation in her portrayal of Clarice Bernstein. Known for her lovely voice and fine performances in musical comedies, she brings both a sharp tongue and genuine emotion to “November,” finding the heart of the drama within the comedy. (Theodore P. Mahne,  Full Review Here 

​​Jessie Chambers, the earlier would-be  love of Lawrence's life, is charmingly played by the lovely Jennifer DeLatte. ​​(Matthew Hinton, The Times-Picayune) review of Scandalous!, The Life of D.H. Lawrence.

​​​​DeLatte’s performance is unusual because she is more widely known as a singing actress...she does not disappoint in this performance, providing several moments that move the comedy along. (Alan Smason, review of David Mamet's November. Full Review Here 

​​​​​Jennifer DeLatte gives an embracing performance as Mrs. Potts, the teapot. Her velvety warm rendition of the title song is particularly lovely. (Theodore P. Mahne, Full Review Here 

Jennifer DeLatte is effervescent as Anne (Egerman). She lights up the stage. (Lynn Felder, Winston-Salem Journal) review of Piedmont Opera's ​A Little Night Music. Full Review Here

​​​As the diva’s primary nemesis, Jennifer DeLatte sparkles as Ursula Uppington. With a mad twinkle in her eye, and a silvery tone, she gleefully plots her way across the stage. (Theodore P. Mahne, review of How to Kill A Diva. Full Review Here