Jennifer joined the cast of Le Petit Theatre's production of Merrily We Roll Along directed by Tom Cianfichi. The show ran May 21-June 2015. www.lepetittheatre.com
Jennifer played the role of Anne Egerman in Piedmont Opera's production of A Little Night Music to rave reviews. The show ran March 18 - March 22, 2016. www.piedmontopera.org
Jennifer DeLatte is a pure comic genius as ditzy blonde star Lina Lamont. (Alan Smason, The Examiner) review of Singing in the Rain.
July 12-22, 2018, Jennifer will be performing the role of Mrs. Potts in Rivertown Theaters' production of Beauty & the Beast! Click here for tickets.
In July of 2017, Jennifer traveled to London to perform the role of Frieda Lawrence in two concert versions of the musical, Lawrence, the Musical Based on the Life of D.H. Lawrence alongside West End veteran Jason McCann who portrayed the title role of D.H. Lawrence. Fun fact: she originating the role of Jessie Chambers in the US premiere of this musical then titled, Scandalous!, The Life of D.H. Lawrence. www.lorenzoandladyc.com
In the U.S., she starred in Piedmont Opera's production of Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music as virginal, naïve Anne Egerman to rave reviews. Read the entire review from the Winston-Salem Journal here.
Some of her most treasured roles include: Emma Carew in Jekyll & Hyde, Marian Paroo in The Music Man, Christine Colgate in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Ulla in The Producers, Lily Craven in The Secret Garden, and Lina Lamont in Singing in the Rain for which she won the Ambie Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical. Check out her resume page to see more roles!
Jennifer made her London debut as Frieda Lawrence in two concerts of Lawrence, the Musical Based on the Life of D.H. Lawrence to stellar reviews.
Jennifer DeLatte gives an embracing performance as Mrs. Potts,
the teapot. Her velvety warm rendition of the title song is particularly lovely.
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