Jenny Aldrich Presents
Outstanding performance at the major donor dinner.
Wilhelmina Holladay, President, National Museum of Women in the Arts, D.C.
A most entertaining, informative and memorable Visit with Mary Cassatt.
Tredyffrin Pennsylvania Public Library
Actress makes the stage a canvas for O’Keeffe’s soul. The Albuquerque Tribune
More than 200 members and guests of the Art League of Bonita Springs were so spellbound by [Sarasota actress] Jenny Aldrich’s portrayal of Georgia O’Keeffe that you could have heard a pin drop. Kay Smith, Naples Daily News
Aldrich’s monologue is peppered with amusing quotes and is entertainingly awash with anecdotes of Sargent, Monet, Henry James, Cassatt… Aldrich’s words paint an animated portrait…impressive, flawless and absorbing. Thyrza Jacocks, Pelican Press
Jenny Aldrich who gave an excellent one-woman portrayal of Georgia O’Keeffe for the Fine Arts Society has been booked for two performances in Washington, D.C. Marjorie North, Herald Tribune
Last season she presented Georgia O’Keeffe at the Sarasota Arts Association to an enthusiastic audience. Her scripts are original. Her humanity and depth of background create great understanding and insight into the life and times of O’Keeffe and Cassatt. Ella Weinberg, Chair, Sarasota Art Association
Jenny Aldrich, known for her outstanding one-woman shows (detailing the lives of Mary Cassatt & Georgia O’Keeffe) will provide vignettes from both. Jenny is herself a one-woman whiz at playwriting, directing, producing, teaching and acting. Be there. Judy Huskey, Sarasota Herald Tribune
Our nine past presidents have seen a lot of programs but they told me, “There was nothing that could have been more inspiring, touching, informative, and entertaining than your 'Visit with Mary Cassatt'”. Nancy Sauer, New Sarasotans
We will all be talking about your program for weeks to come and remembering it for a lifetime. Carol M Fouls, Sorrento East Women’s Club
Delighted to experience your performance. Mary Rajki
An entertaining and thought provoking play…performed with skill and passion.
Lisa Lightner, correspondent,Venice Gondolier
Just a note to say what a wonderful program you put on for the Bird Key Yacht Club Sea Gals. Kathleen Powell
Thanks for the entertaining and enlightening performance.
Catherine Sarno, Price Waterhouse Women’s Networking Circle
The energy she expended was incredible. Yet it was worth it, for at the end her audience had experienced something special. Ann Taylor, Suburban & Wayne Times
You know, she had me thinking she really was Mary Cassatt. I learned so much. Anonymous audience member
A rare treat. June Lyman, National League of American Pen Women, Sarasota Branch
Aldrich has performed numerous characterizations on the main stage, but her transformation into Georgia O’Keeffe is one of her best.
Mark Butler, The Delta Statement (Delta State University)
Actress brings artist Georgia O’Keeffe to life in dramatic portrayal.
Jamie Carte, Visual arts Center, Charlotte County
As she did for her portrayal of artist Georgia O’Keeffe at last year’s theatre luncheon fundraiser, Jenny received a standing ovation.
Kay Smith, Art League of Bonita Springs
Jenny Aldrich to return to the Corcoran Gallery for performance of “A Visit With Mary Cassatt.” Last year, the FRIENDS inaugurated their 30th Anniversary Season with a sold-out performance of Ms. Aldrich’s “Georgia O’Keeffe: A Dramatic Portrait.
Susan Rosenbaum, The Corcoran Gallery of Art
Actress revives artist’s spirit in 1-woman show. Linda Fudala, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Jenny Aldrich brings Georgia O’Keeffe to life in her unique one woman show.
Robert Long, The Tribune-Democrat
Jenny Aldrich’s performance as Mary Cassatt brought the audience to its feet. This year’s theater luncheon was pronounced to be even more successful than last year’s when Aldrich portrayed Georgia O’Keeffe. Pat Bauman, Bonita Banner
Every available chair was taken and the audience was enchanted by Aldrich’s presentation of the story of the famed artist’s life. Jan Findley, Sun-Herald
A delighted crowd congratulated her on her performance.
Robin Boyle, Messenger Editor