Jen is thrilled to be joining the touring company of the storytelling show, Awkward Sex..And the City. Stops include DC, Virginia, Boston and more. Grab tickets and info here: http://www.awkwardsexandthecity.com/
The short film horror-comedy, “You Only Die Once” (YODO) received a Silver award at the Spotlight Horror Film Awards. Jen stars as a vampire hunter along with Teegan Curitz and Amanda B. Goodman. Due to high-demand, the short film is being made into a web series, shooting this November.
Jen has signed with the boutique agency, ATB Talent. ATB has offices in New York and LA.
Jen was recently interviewed by Lyssa Mandel and Phil Casale on the podcast, The Bitch Seat. Jen talks about why she became a performer, her childhood, and some letters she wrote to Christopher Columbus when she was ten: http://theatlantictransmission.com/podcast_episode/jen-keefes-journals-from-the-santa-maria/
Jen will be appearing on the CBS evening news tonight, Sunday, March 20th, and commenting on the DC Eagle hatch. Check local listings for the live broadcast, but you can also catch streaming on CBSNews.com and the CBSN streaming channel.
Jen was recently named one of thirteen “New York City Comedians To Look Out For in 2016” by the website, Mogul. Full article can be read here.
Jen’s Music Video, “Like Mariah,” has been accepted to and will be screening at the New York Short Film Fridays Fest on Wednesday, January 13th at 7pm. Address: THE BAHCHE, 191 7th Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY 11215.
Jen was recently offered the lead role of “Jamie” in an upcoming Horror Comedy short, You Only Die Once, going into production in New York in February 2016.
Jen is opening for Last Comic Standing finalist, Tracey Ashley, on Sat Nov. 14th at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY. Details here.
Jen co-stars in episode 1 of the new web series, Japandering, written/directed by and starring Anna Suzuki (Deadbeat) and Omar Shaukat (Broad City). You can watch Jen’s episode below: