Press Kit

Electronic Press Kit

Click here to download Jennifer Jasper’s EPK

 

Audio and Video Links

“I Can Hear You…But I’m Not Listening”—5-minute reel

“Naked Squirrel”—Back Fence PDX

“Brush With Death”—Back Fence PDX Russian Roulette

“Middle”

Guest on “The Morning Brew”, January 9, 2014

Interview on Santa Fe Radio Cafe, January 8, 2014

 

Photos / Show Images

Jennifer Jasper, Headshot (6.1MB–Photo by Lauren Max Photography)

Jennifer Jasper, Photo 1 (1.8MB–Photo courtesy ELD Images)

Jennifer Jasper, Photo 2 (2.4MB–Photo courtesy Evan Draeger Photography)

Jennifer Jasper, Photo 3 (10.3MB–Photo courtesy Truman Buffet)

SPF VII March 2013 Show Flyer

“I Can Hear You…But I’m Not Listening” Show Flyer, 2012

 

Press

Artzone with Nancy Guppy

Jennifer talks about her one-woman show  I Can Hear You…But I’m Not Listening.

Seattle Magazine

July 26, 2012

The Stranger

Jennifer Jasper Loves Her Parents, December 4, 2013

March 7, 2013

Improv Master Jennifer Jasper Turns to Solo Storytelling, July 25, 2012

November 3, 2005

May 24, 2001

Seattle Times

October 26, 2005

December 3, 2001

October 16, 1997

Santa Fe Reporter

Say What? January 8, 2014

Pasatiempo

Onstage, January 3, 2014

 

Event Host/Speaker

 

Audience Members Love “I Can Hear You…But I’m Not Listening”

“Here it is Monday night and I’m still laughing. Major giggle residuals.  Still putting it all together. What a fucking great show. You are a true master. What a sparkling gem of an evening! What strikes me is the honesty, the movement, the transition-on-a-dime. You restored my faith in improvisation. Thank you Jennifer Jasper.”  —R. F.

“Yes she rocked, got a standing ovation, it was beautiful. As much as I love Maggie, the real Jennifer is even more terrific. What was beautiful is seeing that she made my husband laugh, and he really had a great time…suffice it to say seeing him able to enjoy himself like that is a gift. HAIL to the QUEEN of the BABIES!” —K. J.

“So what does one choose to do on the night of Seattle’s Seafair Torchlight Parademageddon? Smart money was on seeing Jennifer Jasper in her solo show. About a quarter way into the show I was convinced we may have been separated at birth. And by intermission I had fallen in love. Thank you Jennifer.” —S. V.

“Brava, Jennifer. I laughed so hard at one point I almost wet myself. Always a good sign. Hilarious, authentic and poignant. More please!” —E. B.

“This autobiographical trip through Jennifer’s childhood is smart, poignant and extremely funny.” —Nancy Guppy