A NIDA graduate from the class of 1984, Jennifer Vuletic’s career as an actor and singer has taken her all over the world to perform in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Turkey, Sweden, Singapore, New York and New Zealand.
Jennifer toured nationally and internationally with the hit musical Mamma Mia! playing Tanya for two years from 2003, a role she later reprised in the 10th anniversary tour.
Her other musical theatre credits include Menopause the Musical, which toured Australia and New Zealand, Jerry Springer – The Opera at the Sydney Opera House, and Dumped – the Musical for the Ditched and Dateless in Adelaide and Melbourne.
Most recently, she appeared in the Malthouse/Sydney Theatre Company co-production of The Histrionic and in Karen O’s Stop the Virgens as part of the 2012 Vivid Festival.
Jennifer has worked for the Sydney Theatre Company, the Queensland Theatre Company, Belvoir, the State Theatre Company of South Australia, Griffin Theatre Company, the Riverina Theatre Company, State Opera of South Australia and Western Australian Opera.
She has written eight cabaret shows including Balkan After Midnight, which won an award at the 2001 Sydney Cabaret Convention. She plans to tour her most recent cabaret Gin & Razorblades some time after her sojourn in Vulgaria as the Baroness.