Jennifer Sanders performs regularly in sketch, improv, and musical improv shows at Magnet Theater and at other venues around the city and state. She has studied experimental theater at NYU Tisch and Meisner Technique with private teachers, and holds a masters degree in Studio Art. She made her debut with Jean Cocteau Repertory in Ryan Teller's Sucker Fish Messiah, produced as part of their new writers program at Bouwerie Lane Theatre in 2006. In addition, she co-wrote and performed the original short play, A Fine Line, which opened at the 2009 NYC Fringe Festival, and was hailed by nytheatre.com as "dark and unstoppably hilarious." Her three-girl improv group Elsie Jay was honored to have been selected for the 2009 ANT Festival. She is the creator and producer of Shoot from the Hip, (www.hipfilmnyc.com) an improv-to-film intensive in the Catskills.