Bell & Battery Cabaret

Jennifer returns to Seattle to host this unique retrospective on the history of the Rendezvous. On March 16 hang out after the show and wish Jenn a happy birthday!

In a neighborhood hurtling towards the future, spend time digging up the past. Seven of Seattle’s most innovative artists find inspiration in overlooked stories in Belltown’s history. From 1890-2018; from Denny to Virginia, join us for this irreverent variety show that asks: how do we make something new out of our past?

Featuring: Adé, Eric Ray Anderson, Jennifer Jasper, Angie Louise, K. Brian Neel, Markeith Wiley, Shin Yu Pai.

Directed by Jane Kaplan

Bell & Battery Cabaret: Then To Now

Story Night Bennington

Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Brown Cow Cafe
Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 7:30pm

Theme: Dirt
Hosted by Forest Byrd

$5 if you have it

True Stories, no notes or props, up to eight minutes, up to eight tellers.

Sandbox Radio!

Sandbox Radio returns to Town Hall, Seattle for our latest all new show recorded LIVE for podcast…ONE NIGHT ONLY!



A brand new piece from special guest JENNIFER JASPER

The return of “Cousin Katie” by Scot Augustson

A fresh new play by Lisa Halpern

A 2016 Seattle Boomtown Operetta by Elizabeth Heffron

Plattitudes: from the mind of Peggy Platt

A brand new Sci-Fi series set in Seattle, created by the Sandbox Radio writing team and kicked off with Episode 1 by Wayne Rawley

“The Shooting of Dan McGrew” by Robert W. Service, adapted for Sandbox Radio with music and sfx

Your favorite Sandbox Radio Players:
Eric Ray Anderson
Keith Dahlgren
Sarah Harlett
Laura Kenny
Mik Kuhlman
Imogen Love
David Natale
Rebecca Olson
Peter Dylan O’Connor
Dan Tierney
Annette Toutonghi
Seanjohn Walsh
Richard Ziman

and The Sandbox Radio Orchestra featuring
Dave Pascal, Dan Tierney, Robertson Witmer
and maestro Jose “Juicy” Gonzales

Produced and Directed by Leslie Law and Richard Ziman
Music Direction and Original Music Composed by Jose “Juicy” Gonzales

Opens Dec. 4

Hung by the Chimney

The Pulp Vixens return to Theatre Off Jackson with a holiday favorite to celebrate TOJ’s 10th Anniversary!

“Hung by the Chimney” is a film noir classic in the tradition of Bogey & Bacall–if Bogey wore a skirt and Bacall was a monkey. Can lonely but loveable private eye Molly O’Malley unmask the Big Lady before she puts the finishing touches on her evil plot or will the wild monkey chase end with Molly dead and her good name forever tarnished?

Whatever happens, Molly’s sure to take a few wrong turns and kiss a few dames along the way.


Written by: Scot Augustson
Directed by: Kevin Kent
Starring: Jennifer Jasper, Shawnmarie Stanton, & Rebecca M. Davis
This Christmas, Shawnmarie Stanton and Jennifer Jasper are joined by Rebecca Davis and team up once again with Vixen director, Kevin Kent (Teatro Zinzanni).The Pulp Vixens performed nationally from 1995-2005. Their cast included Jennifer Jasper, Mia Levine, Shawnmarie Stanton (the original three), Keri Healey, Megan Hill and Susan McIntyre.

Their first show, “Innocent Heat” was performed from Boston to San Francisco and the troupe performed twice at the Michigin Womyn’s Music Festival. They joined forces with local playwright, Scot Augustson who penned “A Very Lesbian Nutcracker” and “Fistful of Lesbians” as well as the holiday fave “Hung By The Chimney.”

Live Law 8!

Jennifer will be telling a story on May 30th!

LIVE LAW is coming to Seattle for our first show ever in the Emerald City! The theme of the night is promises. What is so powerful about a promise that anyone seven to 97 totally gets? What was the last promise you made that you kept…or broke?

When: 7pm, Saturday, 5/30

Where: Rendezvous Jewelbox Theater

Tickets: $12 in advance for purchase here 

($15 at the door, if seats are available)

Valls to the Walls

Jennifer is excited to be opening for Sandra for this one-night-only performance!

Sandra Valls, in association with Theatre Off Jackson, presents “Valls to the Wall” a stand-up special.
June 13th at 8pm (one night only!)
$15 presale, $20 walk-up

“Comedic Gold!” – Latina Magazine
“A Knock Out” – My San Antonio
“Belly clutching laughs” – Shewired
“Freakin’ hilarious!” -Womenfest
“She brings to light issues that impact the women of color community!” – QWOC Media
“Valls is as true to her ethnicity as she is to her sexuality; knocking tv audiences on their behinds!” – Curve Magazine

Sandra Valls is a brash, high energy, smart, outrageously funny, Latina comic. and then some! Voted by Latina Magazine as one of the Top 33 Bad Ass Comics with Latin Roots. Sandra performs to standing room only, sold out comedy performances all over the country. She’ll make you laugh till your face hurts with her frank, no holds barred comedic genius!

Sandra ignites the stage with powerful, electric performances in 2 Showtime hit comedy specials, THE LATIN DIVAS OF COMEDY (nominated for an Alma Award) and PRIDE: LGBT COMEDY SLAM! , hosted by Bruce Villanch (both available for viewing now on In a time when gays and lesbians in the United States are still struggling and fighting for equality, Sandra Valls unapologetically takes the road less travelled, celebrates her sexuality, and steps up to the front lines entertaining and educating folks through laughter and plenty of PRIDE! So it comes as no surprise that she was voted one of Curve Magazine’s Top 10 funniest lesbian comics and Top 10 faces to watch in 2010 by Diva Magazine. More recently, Sandra was voted by Go Magazine “One of the Top 100 Women We Love”!

14/48 The World’s Quickest Theater Festival—Old School

Come and see Jennifer Jasper and a whole bunch of talented people do incredible things this weekend!

Tired of geezers always talking about how great things used to be and how easy you kids have it today? Or are you losing patience with wet-behind-the-ears whippersnappers with more hubris than experience trying to tell you what’s what? No matter on which side of the generational divide you fall, have we got some 14/48 for you.

14/48: The World’s Quickest Theatre Festival
Young Guns vs Old School
Cornish Playhouse • 201 Mercer St.
8pm and 10:30pm shows both nights

Get Your Tickets Here!

February 20 & 21 – all artists 35 or younger
February 27 & 28 – all artists older than 35

The challenge of the festival is the same. 14 plays written, cast, directed, rehearsed, scored, designed, and premiered in 48 hours by Seattle’s most daring theatre artists. But who will truly shine? Will it be the energy and exuberance of the Young Guns? Or the guile and wisdom of the Old School? You’ll have to watch both weekends and decide for yourself.

The 14/48 Projects produces all iterations of The World’s Quickest Theater Festival, Theater Anonymous, and many more social theatrical events in Seattle, and is developing an international network of 14/48 Festivals, with recent festivals in Leicester, England and Austin, TX. The 14/48 Projects Partner Program offers producing support to independent artists, recently helping send Jennifer Jasper’s Etymology to compete in the finals of (and win!) The Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival and launching Rachel Atkins Voyage for Madmen.


Jennifer Jasper brings her one-woman show “I Can Hear You…But I’m Not Listening” to the Hollywood Fringe Festival for its Los Angeles premiere, after runs in Seattle, WA, including SPF7, and runs in Santa Fe, NM and Albuquerque, NM.

Jennifer Jasper presents a night of twisted and hilarious personal storytelling  I Can Hear You … But I’m Not Listening. Unscripted and improvised, Jasper explores her experiences as the middle daughter in a family of five girls with colorful (and off-color) stories.  From her early efforts at speech therapy to her Laura Ingalls Wilder obsession to her discovery of her grandfather’s “interesting” hobby, Jasper’s expert comic skills and her gift for wringing laughs from the dark and uncomfortable moments of growing up make each performance unique and revealing.

Conceived and performed by Jennifer Jasper

June 12-16 at Theatre of NOTE
1517 N Cahuenga Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 856-8611

Tickets are available at the Hollywood Fringe Festival Tell-A-Thon 
Website: w and click on the ticket tab, 
or by phone at the FRINGE box office: 323-455-4585.
All tickets are $15. Pay What You Can on Thursday night, June 12 at 7:00 pm.

June 12, 2014, 7 pm
  • June 13, 2014, 8:30 pm
June 14, 2014, 5:30 pm
June 15, 2014, 2 pm
June 16, 2014, 8pm

Run time: 65 minutes

What audience members are saying:

“What a sparkling gem of an evening!  What strikes me is the honesty, 
the movement, the transition-on-a-dime.”

I laughed so hard at one point I almost wet myself … hilarious, authentic and poignant.

What the press is saying:

David Schmader, The Stranger, says “In an age of boundary-pushing shock comedy, [Jennifer] Jasper traffics in old-school humanistic comedy, and watching the show, I kept thinking of the classic comedy of Carol Burnett, given a 21st-century lesbian twist.”

PRESS CONTACT: Kathie Whitehall, whitehalldesign at (for media only. Press comps available.)

It Will Kill Them!

Jennifer Jasper

Jennifer Jasper takes you on a hilarious journey, in her signature comedic storytelling style, that explores the trials and tribulations of coming to terms with her sexual identity on HER terms.

February 6-9, 2014

Presented by Gay City Arts
Calamus Auditorium at Gay City
517 East Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98122

For more information and tickets contact: