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Jennifer Lea-Bates Johnson Edit Profile

designer , consultant , Actress

Jennifer Lea-Bates Johnson, American actress, designer, consultant. Recipient Individual Performance award, National History Day, Washington, 1986, Regent's Scholarship, Arizona State University Theater Department, 1989. Actress, collaborator Arizona Aids Project, Tempe, Arizona, 1990. Member Arizona State University Players Club (house manager, secretary).

Background

Johnson, Jennifer Lea-Bates was born on March 6, 1970 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States. Daughter of Johnny B. and Stephanie Lynne (Bates) Johnson.

Education

Student, Bemis School of Art, 1985. Student, Ariz State University, 1990. Student, University Kansas, since 1990.

Career

House manager, box office manager Arizona State University, Tempe, 1989-1990. Theatrical coach History Day Scholars, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1986-1988. Designer Tracers, Tempe, Arizona, 1989.

Consultant American Cello Congress, Phoenix, 1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Actress: (one woman shows) Molly Brown, The Unsinkable, 1987 (Best Performance 1987), Belle Starr, Portrait of a Starr, 1988 (Henderson award 1988). (plays) Betty in The Foreigner, 1989 (Best Actress 1990), May Belle in Experencia, 1989.

Membership

Actress, collaborator Arizona Aids Project, Tempe, Arizona, 1990. Member Arizona State University Players Club (house manager, secretary).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Painting, costumes, design, historical studies, sculpture, architecture.

Connections

father:
Johnny B. Johnson

mother:
Stephanie Lynne (Bates) Johnson