Jane played Ilse in Spring Awakening at Round House Theatre.
Jane just shot a co-star on The Deuce on HBO, starring James Franco, and is now SAG Eligible.
Jane just finished another reading of Corner of Bitter and Sweet as Samantha, with the 5th Avenue Theatre and Abingdon Theatre. Click here for the posting on Broadway World.
She portrayed Samantha previously in a reading opposite Telly Leung. The show is written by Lainie Sakakura (book) and Paul Fujimoto (music and lyrics) and adapted from Jamie Ford's NY Times best-selling novel Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. Click HERE for the posting on Broadway World.
Jane finished a sold out run of The Wolves at Studio Theatre, as #46, directed by Marti Lyons. The production won the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Ensemble and was nominated for 6 Helen Hayes awards including Outstanding Play.
"Eccentric No. 46 (Jane Bernhard) is the new kid who’s lived all over the world but has failed to absorb the norms of teenage interaction" (Peter Marks The Washington Post, full review HERE)
"Jane Bernhard is outstanding as #46, the new girl, who is so unfamiliar with how the Wolves do things, when they stretch on the floor, she always needs to take her cue from the girl sitting next to her to know what to do" (Barbara Mackay Theater Mania, full review HERE
Soccer juggling during The Wolves warm-up
"Bernhard’s no. 46 notably juggles a soccer ball with her feet while singing a longish rhyme about her imperviousness to verbal bullying" (Patrick Folliard Washington Blade, full review HERE)