Jennie Malone- AEA Actress, Singer, Dancer, Musician

About Jennie

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News

Jennie will be spending her summer appearing in the musical Almost Heaven, John Denver's America at Chenango River Theatre in Greene, NY


Jennie recently played keyboard for Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's production of Little Shop of Horrors


In the 2015/2016, season, Jennie traveled the US, Canada, & and Japan playing keyboard on the National & International tours of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

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Public Perfomance Dates

June 3: Catch the Bacchanal Steel Band at 12pm at the Campbell County Public Library in Cold Spring, Kentucky


June 19-July 30: Jennie will be onstage in Almost Heaven, John Denver's America at Chenango River Theatre. Visit www.chenangorivertheatre.org for ticket info!


August 9: Soak up some sun and Island tunes with the Bacchanal Steel Band at The Square is Where in Dayton, OH 11:30-1pm


 August 12: The Bacchanal Steel Band will perform at the United Arts Council Showcase in Raleigh, North Carolina. Time TBA


October 11:  Bring your lunch and eat to the tropical sounds of the Bacchanal Steel Band at Christ Church Glendale's lunch concert series. Glendale, OH 12-12:30


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Bio

Jennie Malone is a musical theatre performer and multi-instrumental musician originally from Cincinnati, OH. As an actor, she has performed on a national tour of A Christmas Carol, southeastern tours of both Smoke on the Mountain and Sanders Family Christmas, and at regional theatres across the country. Favorite roles include Audrey in Hank Williams: Lost Highway, Vi Petty in Buddy: the Buddy Holly Story, Laurey in Oklahoma, and Kim in Bye Bye Birdie. She is a proud member of Actors Equity, and has been seen in nearly 30 actor/musician productions throughout her career. She plays a wide variety of string instruments, and has a special love of performing on the accordion! As a musician, Jennie traveled the US, Canada, and Japan playing keyboard on the national and international tours of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. She is also a steel pan player with the Bacchanal Steel Band, who has opened twice for The Beach Boys, and performed on a Japanese world cruise aboard the Asuka. When not onstage or in the pit, Jennie is a film/tv/commercial artist. She has appeared on the Silver Screen in the Kentucky Derby film 50 to 1, on TV’s Nashville, and most recently in a commercial for White Castle. She has also appeared as both a model and musician at JOCKEY’s international convention, and runway and makeup/hair model for AVEDA’s Mid America Tour.