as Nell in Ain't Misbehavin'

as Nell in Ain't Misbehavin'

"The production is, in fact, studded with gorgeous performances. Jennifer Fouché brings down the house with “When You’re Good to Mama.”StartTribune (Chicago)

"Ms. Fouché’s rendition of 'Ain’t Nobody’s Business if I Do' is powerful" - NY Times (Sistas The Musical)

"Then Jennifer Fouché, who is also the Player Queen, finishes the show with an a cappella song in her rich, powerful voice: a gorgeous touch" - NY Times (Hamlet)

Fouché embodies her character's struggle, fleshing Roberta out in a moving performance. Her rendition of “‘Tain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do” is one of the show's stronger performances”. – Backstage (SISTAS: The Musical)

“Jennifer Fouché, as a visitor from the Midwest with a telepathic connection to Barry, is an oasis of stolidity and craft” – Backstage (Amerissiah)

“Jennifer Fouché's smooth voice steals the spotlight throughout the show. Her stage presence is pure magic and she lights up the stage with her glamorous and seductive vocals in many numbers. Her rendition of "Mean to Me" is full of passion and one of the best numbers in the production." - Broadway World (Ain't Misbehavin')

"Jennifer Fouche almost steals the show with her impeccable timing and brassy delivery." - Theatre Is Easy (Walken On Sunshine)

“The voice of Jennifer Fouché is worth the price of admission, She has the pipes!” – Theatre In The Now (Walken on Sunshine)

"Valouria Rhapsody Todd (Jennifer Fouche) nicknamed the Bandit Queen of New Orleans, and both her physical presence and characterization do justice to such a title. As the head of a bandit safe-haven, Valouria is dangerous, larger than life, and a raging alcoholic. It’s her mistrust for Elva that leads to her death, but not before a wickedly entertaining performance by Fouche." - Theatre Is Easy (The Execution of Mrs. Cotton)

"Jennifer Fouché, meanwhile, almost steals the show as the sassy, borderline incomprehensible custodian Ludmilla." - (Trapper)

"Jennifer Fouché plays a trio of characters, each proving her worth as a performer." - Theatre In The Now (Trapper)

"Jennifer Fouché belts out “I’ve Got A Feeling I’m Falling” in rich,  robust tones.  She commands the stage with her voice every time she sings.  Her “Cash For Your Trash” dazzles and when she sings “You’re Mean to Me”, you feel as if her heart is breaking." -- Cape Cod Times (Ain’t Misbehavin’)

"Fouché pours a lot of heartbreak into the bluesy ballad, “Mean To Me"." -- The Cape Codder (Ain’t Misbehavin’)

"Jennifer Fouché…sizzle(s) every moment on stage…simply perfect." -- The Barnstable Patriot (Ain’t Misbehavin’)

“The most interesting character of the five is Roberta (Jennifer Fouché)….Throughout the show, Fouché is a real presence.  One of the most powerful moments is her rendition of Billie Holiday’s “Strange Fruit”." - Asbury Park Press (SISTAS: The Musical)

“Roberta (played by Jennifer Fouché) soulfully sings "Strange Fruit," her deep bluesy sound quite impressive.” - Times Square Chronicles(SISTAS: The Musical)

"Jennifer Fouché, who makes a commanding Player Queen, ends the show with an a cappella excerpt of Ophelia’s mad song, and let me tell you, she is amazing, her voice strong and sweet like a young Etta James; I wished the entire play within a play had been sung by her. Fouché is breathtaking.” - (Hamlet)

”Jennifer Fouché kept me laughing right up to the strange but entirely apt closing moments of “Amerissiah".” - Joe’s View (Amerissiah)

“The performances are astounding…Jennifer Fouché is sensational as Carrie Murphy” - Greenwich Village Gazette (Amerissiah)

“Jennifer Fouché as Carrie Murphy gives a remarkable performance that ultimately anchors the play.” - nytheatre (Amerissiah)

"Jennifer Fouché puts in a powerful performance as Motormouth Maybell and she has a powerhouse voice to match." - Sarasota Observer (Hairspray)

"Fouché brings down the house, as intended, with her powerful number about the civil rights movement, I Know Where I’ve Been." - Sarasota Magazine (Hairspray)