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Jen Kirkman

Thu, Nov 2 Show: 9pm
Doors: 8pm
at
$20 advance
$25 day of show
Fully seated show
Ages 18+

Jen Kirkman is a stand-up comedian and the author of the book, I Can Barely Take Care of Myself, which became an instant New York Times Bestseller in April 2013.  Her debut Netflix Original Comedy Special I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine) is now available for streaming on Netflix worldwide.

Jen was a long time writer and round table guest on Chelsea Lately and is also well known for her roles as the narrator in many episodes of the web-turned- TV series Drunk History which is now in its third season on Comedy Central. You’ve also seen Jen on her regular appearances on Comedy Central’s @midnight.  She’s done stand up on many late night shows: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Conan, John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show and The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson.  She also voiced many characters on the Cartoon Network cult classic Home Movies.

Jen has released two stand-up albums Hail to the Freaks (released March 2011) which hit #13 on the Billboard Charts. Her debut album was 2006’s Self Help. Jen has a weekly podcast, I Seem Fun: The Diary of Jen Kirkman, which is often in the top 100 in comedy on iTunes.

Her second book, “I Know What I’m Doing and Other Lies I Tell Myself; (Dispatches From a Life Under Construction)” will be released through Simon & Schuster in early 2016.

Jen tours the world as a stand-up and recently toured Australia to sold out crowds in both Melbourne and Sydney. She is currently based in Los Angeles.

Jen Kirkman is a thinking person’s comedian. Not by being hyper-intellectual—although she’s a fiendishly smart writer and performer—but by doing comedy for people who live inside their own heads.” – The Onion AV Club

Jen Kirkman finds side-splitting laughs in lame weddings and dying alone.” – Entertainment Weekly

Ms. Kirkman knows how to deliver a one-liner, but her inclination is to linger in the telling of a story. She digs into a subject, embroidering it with jokes at various angles. A huge number of her bits culminate in vivid metaphors.” – The New York Times

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