actor, producer, hug machine
Jennifer Losi

I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change

Losi and McCoy deliver terrific performances as their characters' imaginations run away with the thought of being a stud or a babe: "My breasts would be rounder! My pecs would astound her!" By their physical demeanor and vocal tones, these characters switch from shriveled up introverts to chest-pounding sex gods, then back to the former in a wonderful display of physical and tonal comedy.

David De Poto, Life in LA

Losi and Emrys luck out with I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change's two most gorgeous ballads, she with "I Will Be Loved Tonight," he with "Shouldn't I Be Less In Love With You?", and both of them singing quite gorgeously indeed.

Steven Stanley, StageSceneLA

My Sister in This House

Jennifer Losi plays the daughter, with a well-honed mix of comedy and pathos.

Dany Margolies, Backstage

Losi projects an effective foil as the petulant Isabelle

Deborah Klugman, LA Weekly


Jennifer Losi, in a standout portrayal

Robert A. Cohn, St. Louis Jewish Light

Jen Losi is a delight as his Israeli fiance...her stories about her sex life bring bright moments to the evening.

Joe Pollak, KWMU

Pirates of Penzance

a pocket Venus with a beautiful voice



Jennifer Losi gives full measure to Madge's search for her real self.


[Losi] advances the romantic plot with subtlety and credibility

St. Louis Post‑Dispatch