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Jenna Augen (Alida & Len's daughter) Part III

Jenna Augen in "Shades of Blue" at The Metropolitan Room in Manhattan with pianist Sheldon Forrest.

Jenna as Lady Croom in Stoppard's "Arcadia" at Smith College

Jenna as Nora Helmer in Ibsen's "A Doll's House"
at Smith College

Jenna as Susan B. Anthony in Stein's "The Mother of Us All" at Smith College

Jenna as Irma Lurchman in Maddow's "Delicious Rivers" at Smith College

"Among the most refreshing aspects of the present production
is Jenna Augen's virtually flawless comic savvy..."
- Review of "Delicious Rivers", Joseph Marcello in "The Daily Hampshire Gazette"

Peter Shaffer's "Amadeus", directed by Jenna Augen in her senior year at Smith College

Jenna (center) at her 2007 graduation from Smith College, where she was awarded:

  • The Sarah Bernhardt Prize for the Most Notable Contribution to the

Dramatic Activities of Smith

  • The Samuel Eliot Award for Distinguished Directing in the Theatre at Smith
  • The Denton Snyder Acting Prize for

Distinguished Acting in the Theatre at Smith

  • The MacLean Prize for Outstanding Dramatic Achievement at Smith

Theatrical Performances at Smith:

  • Medea in Durang's "Medea"
  • The Dark Lady in Shaw's "The Dark Lady of the Sonnets"
  • Susan B. Anthony in Stein's "The Mother of Us All"
  • Lady Croom in Stoppard's "Arcadia"
  • Countess Kotlubay in Gombrowicz's "A Feast at Countess Kotlubay's"
  • Nora Helmer in Ibsen's "A Doll's House"
  • Irma Lurchman in Maddow's "Delicious Rivers"
  • Directed Peter Shaffer's "Amadeus"
  • Directed Ionesco's "The Leader"

Jenna Augen as a 2010 Honors graduate of

The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London

Jenna Augen in
New York City - 2013

For further information about Jenna's professional career, please visit

 

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R. Crawford Stahl

June 2, 1918 - November 1, 2008

Micah 6:8

Crawford Stahl, Jeanette van Dorsten Stahl, Alida Stahl Augen, Len Augenlicht, and Jenna Augen at our last full cast party in July, 2008