Jennifer Sánchez

Teaching artist and performer.

In the beginnings of Valiant Arts Studio-under the bold leadership of Claude Michelle Auborg, Jenny, co-facilitated an after school drama class. The studio is located in Pawtucket and offers ballet, hip-hop, cultural, worship dance/dance therapy and theatre classes for youth.

Currently, Sánchez is the teaching artist for the middle school group at The Manton Avenue Project, an after-school playwriting program that nurtures and creates a safe space for students from the Providence-Olneyville community to write their own plays.

During her day-time job you may catch her between her breaks writing her next TV pilot/Play script the
The Roomates, Teacher Assistants and "Abue! She dabbles in a world from past experiences and a future she hopes to see. Follow her future readings in a local bodega near you here:

Her performing career focuses on auditioning/collaborating/creating work that is worth living and advocating. Under the artistic direction of Claude Michelle Aubourg, Jenny performed in a Valiant Arts production of Press, a theatrical dance production revealing the the journey of resistance and excellence of black history and the reoccurring events happening today in America.

She is proud to be part of the C.O.A.A.S.T. family playing as one of the
Silvias from Rhode Island native Ana Bess Moyer Bell's Four Legs To Stand On, a drama-therapy play that depicts the story of a modern family revealing the struggle of addiction and the effects on their love ones. Looking resources for yourself or for love ones check out their website:

Past performance credits include
La Tempestad as Miranda (RILA-Trinity Rep 2018), La Jaula De Las Locas as La Mesera (ALNE), Romeo & Juliet as Balthazar (RILA-Trinity Rep 2016).
Abue, The Play was written and directed by Jennifer Sánchez. This dress rehearsal performance was hosted by RILA on April 23, 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.