Jenna Esposito made her New York nightclub debut in August, 2004, and has since performed solo shows at Feinsteins at Loews Regency, The Metropolitan Room, BACKSTAGE dopo teatro, The Laurie Beechman Theatre, The Duplex, and Dannys Skylight Room, and has also performed many shows in Manhattans historic Little Italy, including a solo show at the famed San Gennaro Festival. Her shows Thats Amore: Jenna Sings Love, Italian Style, Jenna Esposito Sings Connie Francis, Takin A Chance On Love, A Hint of Rosemary: The Songs of Rosemary Clooney, SMOOCH!, and I Hate Men: Songs for the Scorned have all received critical acclaim, and her annual All-Star Birthday Bash is a fun-filled evening during which she has shared the stage with a number of New Yorks finest performers. Jenna has also performed shows at the James Armstrong Theatre in Torrance, CA, and The M Bar in Hollywood, CA. A 3-time MAC Award nominee for Outstanding Female Vocalist, Jenna recently made her debut at Manhattans historic Town Hall, where she shared the stage with Liza Minnelli, Chita Rivera, Lucie Arnaz, Larry Gatlin and Marilyn Maye. Jenna writes a regular column for the theater and arts website www.BroadwayWorld.com and is the host of MetroJam, the Metropolitan Rooms popular open mic night.
In November, 2009, Jenna celebrated the release of her second CD, To Connie Love, Jenna. The CD is a live recording of Jennas Connie Francis tribute show, which was recorded during her June-July, 2009 run of the show at The Metropolitan Room in New York City. 13 Men and Me!, Jennas debut CD, showcases her silky, wide-ranging voice and stylistic versatility with well loved standards such as Just In Time and Down With Love, pop hits including One Less Bell To Answer, and Since I Fell For You, as well as contemporary jazz/pop songs. Both discs are available at iTunes and CDBaby.com.
Jennas New York theater credits include Little Mary Sunshine, Godspell (Wings Theatre), How I Learned To Draw A Sheep (Cornelia St. Café), and Bad Girls by Joyce Carol Oates (Ensemble Studio Theatre) as well as Twelfth Night in London. Her regional credits include Anything Goes, West Side Story, Sleeping Beauty, and Guys and Dolls. Jenna is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College.