Jennifer Jasper is a hilarious storyteller, performer, writer, and director who’s been a part of Seattle theater for more than two decades. She’s known for her consummate storytelling, her pristine timing, and her intuitive director’s eye. As a performer Jennifer possesses an uncanny capacity for creating memorable characters that are colorful, often outlandish, and always emotionally authentic.
In 2013, Jennifer was awarded one of eight Artist Support grants from Jack Straw Productions to record her one woman show I Can Hear You…But I’m Not Listening and other stories.
Jennifer received her BA in directing from the University of New Mexico. She co-founded the improvisational company Kings’ Elephant Theatre. After a decade of critical and commercial success with Kings’ Elephant, Jennifer went on to co-found Vixen Productions (1995-2005). This all-woman company toured and performed nationally. She is a member of Printer’s Devil Theater and a regular participant in the 14/48 Projects.