Jennifer Mudge Biography

 
Bio:
JENNIFER MUDGE (Witch) most recently appeared in Rocky on Broadway and in Neil LaBute's Happy Hour as part of LaMama's aDa Festival. Last spring she appeared as the Witch in the acclaimed revival of Into the Woods at the McCarter with Fiasco. She played opposite Matthew Broderick in the ... (read more)
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Bio:
JENNIFER MUDGE (Witch) most recently appeared in Rocky on Broadway and in Neil LaBute's Happy Hour as part of LaMama's aDa Festival. Last spring she appeared as the Witch in the acclaimed revival of Into the Woods at the McCarter with Fiasco. She played opposite Matthew Broderick in the ... (read more)

JENNIFER MUDGE (Witch) most recently appeared in Rocky on Broadway and in Neil LaBute's Happy Hour as part of LaMama's aDa Festival. Last spring she appeared as the Witch in the acclaimed revival of Into the Woods at the McCarter with Fiasco. She played opposite Matthew Broderick in the Roundabout’s Broadway production of The Philanthropist, and was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for the first NY revival of Dutchman, at the Cherry Lane. She also played Maggie at the Geffen Playhouse in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, with John Goodman. Other New York theater includes The Big Meal (Playwright’s Horizons), directed by Sam Gold, Don’t Go Gentle (MCC), OOH-RAH (Atlantic), Fault Lines (Naked Angels), directed by David Schwimmer, Geometry of Fire and Craig Wright’s The Pavilion (Rattlestick Theater), the world premiere of Terrence McNally’s The Stendhal Syndrome (Primary Stages), Reckless (Broadway), and Only the End of the World (Company Charniere). She has worked regionally at Arena Stage, Bay Street, NY Stage & Film, AL Shakespeare, CATF, Sundance, Perry-Mansfield, Westport Playhouse, Williamstown, and many shows at Trinity Rep Company, where she received her MFA. Film and TV appearances include Hal Hartley’s indie feature My America, season one of “BOSS” opposite Kelsey Grammer (Starz), "Dead Man Down," "You Don’t Know Jack" (HBO), and Mary Harron’s short film, "Sonnet for a Towncar," opposite Josh Charles, as well as Stephen Belber’s "Drifting Elegant, Lefty Loosey" (Northside Festival winner), “The Big C,” “The Good Wife,” “Mercy,” “Life is Wild,” “Canterbury’s Law,” “Law & Order” and “L&O: Criminal Intent.” She was a 2007 recipient of the Marian Seldes-Garson Kanin Fellowship from the Theater Hall of Fame, and is an IHI Honorary Board Member.

Jennifer Mudge Awards and Nominations

(winners are in red)

 
The Lortels - 2015 - Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical
Jennifer Mudge, Into the Woods
 
Drama Desk Awards - 2007 - Outstanding Actress in a Play
Jennifer Mudge, Dutchman