Sep

26

Jennifer on “Ira & Abby”

I cry at weddings. Always have. Something about the purity of the moment, the vulnerability, the promise of someone to share your life with through thick and thin…well, it just gets to me. But, ironically, I descend from a long, long, long line of divorcers. In fact, you might say the Westfeldts were divorce pioneers. My sister Amy, the journalist, and our resident family historian, has traced the divorce trend back to our great grandparents Alice Vairin and Patrick Wallace... View Article

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Sep

13

Ira & Abby

Ira & Abby is a sweet, hilarious and slightly subversive romantic comedy that examines the issues of marriage, monogamy and whether “I do” is the only path to life-long love and happiness. Ira Black is brilliant, neurotic, Jewish and has so many issues he can’t fit them into 12 years of analysis. Abby Willoughby is a free spirit who works in a gym and is better at solving her friends’ problems than selling memberships. When the two meet, the impossible... View Article

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Feb

13

Notes From the Underbelly

Sensible Andrew and emotive Lauren Stone are happily married. When they decide to embrace the ‘joys of parenthood’, their lives change, and those of her brother Danny and selfish boss (plus her PA), his staff and both their friends sets. And everything is compared to another couple, longer pregnant and sooner parents, Eric and Julie, in ‘friendly’ rivalry. Jennifer Westfeldt plays Lauren Stone.

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Feb

13

50 Ways To Leave Your Lover

50 Ways to Leave Your Lover (2004)- Events after an earthquake convince Owen (Paul Schneider), to leave L.A. He burns his bridges by telling people what he really thinks, leaves his business clients, and heads for the airport. Waiting for his flight to New York, he sees Val (Jennifer Westfeldt), a friend of his latest ex. He tests Val to see if she is the one for him before moving to another city. For a week, he accelerates courtship: asks... View Article

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Apr

14

Wonderful Town

“But the entire cast needs no reviewing, only congratulations… Jennifer Westfeldt… leaps onto the Broadway stage in full-fledged acting and singing splendor as the adorable Eileen” – John Simon on Wonderful Town, New York Magazine “Westfeldt is delicious as she swoons in turn over two men and a chocolate candy in “A Little Bit in Love,” one of the score’s nuggets of real gold.” -Charles Isherwood on Wonderful Town, Variety Jennifer made her Broadway debut in the fall of 2003 in the... View Article

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