Wednesday, February 20, 2019

What I Was Arrested For


Staging my new show, What I Was Arrested For around town and around the country. Here's some words about that followed by some dates and links to buy tickets.

"A brilliant storyteller with so much heart and wit"
Capital Public Radio

Fresh off his hit show "Not For Rehire" comedian Keith Lowell Jensen now delves into his often strained relationship with law enforcement, from teenage shoplifting to civil disobedience to an unfortunate incident at an international airport.

March 3rd Crow’s Nest, Santa Cruz
May 4th, Blacktop, Rocklin
May 24th, 25th The Geery Theater, Sacramento WhatIWasArrestedFor.brownpapertickets.com
August 2nd, Chico CA (Venue to be announced)
August 3rd, Savage Henry Comedy Club, Eureka http://savagehenrymagazine.com/events/

Friday, February 15, 2019

Media Blitz

What a great media response to my latest show, and taping, Not For Rehire.
First up, Sacramento Magazine had a profile of me as the top story for their Arts & Culture section:

https://www.sacmag.com/2019/02/04/a-comical-career/

Then Submerge featured me on the cover for the second time. 

http://submergemag.com/comedy/keith-lowell-jensen-2019/
 The Sacramento Bee got in on the act putting my mug on the cover of their weekend magazine, and on the front page of the paper, above the fold.

https://www.sacbee.com/entertainment/article224575965.html

And I was again honored to be a guest on Capital Public Radio's "Insight" with Beth Ruyak, who gave this great description of the show:

"He’s a brilliant storyteller with so much heart and wit that the Washington Post called one of his shows “A work of Demented Genius.”

Jensen developed a show of material based on his misadventures as an employee of fast food restaurants, office jobs, a golf course, and many more weird gigs. Jensen’s string of odd jobs left him  underpaid, overworked, punched, insulted, deep fried, and targeted by duffers at the driving range. The highlight reel of “30 jobs before his 30th birthday” weaves a tale which culminates in the story that put Jensen on stage for the first time."