FULL show of “I ONLY SMOKE IN WAR ZONES” on Friday Nov.8 – 6pm Cornelia Street Cafe
I’m doing an 15-20 excerpt from the show on Thursday Nov.7 at 7pm at the prestigious Cherry Lane Theatre.
“I Only Smoke in War Zones”
A collection of true stories from the battlefield (both at home and abroad)
Written and performed by Jennifer Rawlings
Award winning performer Jennifer Rawlings is not your typical mother of five. She is a comedienne who has been traveling to war zones for over a decade to entertain the troops (telling them jokes, of course).
This “must see” solo performance will take you on a roller coaster ride of emotion from the moment the show begins.
Jennifer will lead you on an extraordinary journey of laughter and tears as she weaves together unforgettable stories about family, war and humanity.
Colin Quinn star of Broadway and Comedy Central says-‐ I love Jennifer’s show because it’s a sad yet funny, ugly yet beautiful story about humanity and inhumanity!
Sally Kirkland Academy Award Nominated Actress says – “I have followed Jennifer’s shows and I think she is just wonderful”
James Morrison star of “24” says -‐ “ Thank you Jennifer. I want to tell you how much your stories moved me and how deeply thoughtful a tribute it was to the victims of war”
Jillian Lauren best selling author of Some Girls and Pretty says- Jennifer Rawlings turns a comic’s eye on the most tragic of circumstances and in doing so offers an engaging and unique personal perspective on global issues and on humanity itself.
Playwright Alana Free -‐ It is an amazing piece of work. Right from the heart. So clear, direct, and a piece that can change the world!!
Audiences say-‐ We were truly impressed, especially by Jennifer’s ability to make us laugh out loud…and a few seconds later, to bring us to tears. It was a very moving and memorable experience….
…We are now officially big fans and wanna be groupies.
-‐-‐ It’s great to MEAN it when I say you have an extraordinary show. You can take and audience from hilarity to grief and back to hilarity which is pretty nearly impossible.