Jenny Mollet

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50th Anniversary broadway Tour of Jesus Christ Superstar

Opening night gave us a treat, with understudy Jenny Mollet portraying the role of Mary Magdalene, who sang the iconic “I Don’t Know How To Love Him” in a lovely and soothing timbre.

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Jenny Mollet, as Mary Magdalene, was superb. She’s listed in the program as an understudy to “Mary.” Her rendition of “I Don’t Know How to Love Him” was flawless.

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AIDA at St. Louis Stages

Albert Jennings, Ryan Williams, David Benoit, Jenny Mollet and Jerome Harmann-Hardeman shine in supporting roles, and Jennings and Mollet are particularly sympathetic. 

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The supporting company is outstanding lead by the extraordinary presence of Albert Jennings as Mereb and Jenny Mollet as Nehebka. Both Jennings and Mollet have amazing vocal power and are among the best in the entire company.

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Jenny Mollet’s robust and rich voice outshines those around her when she sings as Nehebka.

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Among the supporting players, Jenny Mollet as Nehebka and Albert Jennings as Mereb are standouts in their emotional portraits of loyal servants.

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Hunchback of Notre Dame

Mollet’s talented performance is unmatched: she captivates audiences in her big dance number “The Rhythm of the Tamborine,” and her gentle chemistry with Thams and Stone is incredibly powerful.

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Jenny Mollet, the senior playing “Esmerelda,” bursts on to the stage with a dynamite performance of “Rhythm of the Tambourine.”  It was a definite highlight of Act One.

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Jenny Mollet skillfully captures the high-energy, carefree, and earthy nature of Esmerelda and supplies first-rate vocals.

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Children of Eden

Mention should also be made of Jenny Mollet, who did not have a named part but absolutely brought the house down with her solos in Wasteland and Generations.

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Second Act opener Generations features killer vocals of Jenny Mollet.

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Godspell

Jenny Mollet nailed “O Bless the Lord, My Soul” which is one of the most powerful numbers

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Big River

Mollet was perhaps both the vocal and emotional highlight of the show with her exquisitely rendered hymn, “Crossing”

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Five Rising Stars We’d Love to See Play Dorothy in NBC’s The Wiz Live!

JENNY MOLLET
Since making her Broadway debut in The Color Purple, Mollet graduated from the famed LaGuardia High School and is set to attend University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music. It’s easy to get lost in a YouTube spiral of her performances, from boasting her comedic chops in “Alto’s Lament” to belting her face off to “Let It Go.” But it’s this mash-up of songs from The Polar Express and The Prince of Egypt that have us “believing” in Mollet; that kind of warmth is necessary for bringing such ballads as “Soon As I Get Home” and “Be a Lion” to life.

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