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WHO’S JENNA…? SETS NY PREMIERE DATE


The highly-anticipated rom-com Who’s Jenna…?, starring  Tracey Birdsall and Bill Sorvino, will premiere in New York on Friday May 20.

The red carpet screening, open to the public, will feature a first look at the Thomas Baldinger written-directed film, a Q&A panel with the cast and filmmakers, and entertainment from one of the bands that feature on the movie’s soundtrack, Slim Chances & The Gamblers.

The premiere will kick off at 7:30 PM at The House of Independents in Asbury Park, New Jersey.

The public can purchase tickets at www.houseofindependents.com.


This is an exclusive opportunity to see the film before its wide release later this year.

Who’s Jenna…? is a riotously funny but super sweet rom-com about a man whose new girlfriend (AOFF award winner Tracey Birdsall) looks suspiciously like a famous porn star.

Jonathan Burke (Bill Sorvino), a successful financial advisor, starts dating Jenna Casey (Birdsall), an accomplished lawyer.  Jonathan’s best friend, Andy Roma (Joseph D’Onofrio) is convinced she looks exactly like a famous adult film star.

Not only does Jonathan have to deal with his friend’s nonsense, but he also has to juggle his relationship with his boss (Garry Pastore), who is possibly black-mailing him, and is Jenna’s brother in-law.

A case of mistaken identity creates a whirling storm of comical chaos in Jonathan’s world.
Joining Birdsall are The Soprano’s Vincent Pastore, Bill Sorvino, Joseph D’Onofrio, Vic Dibitetto and Garry Pastore.

Who’s Jenna…?, written and directed by Thomas Baldinger, is a 624 Productions production.

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