Jenny, Live From Martha’s Vineyard

Jenny is one of the storytellers in The Moth’s Live From Martha’s Vineyard Hour. The show airs on the radio the week of 1/28 – you can check your local listings for times. The hour also includes Bill Eville, Adam Gopnik, and Buddy Vanderhoop.

‘I Got Sick Then I Got Better’ in Boca Raton, Florida

Jenny is excited to join Woman’s Club of the Royal Palm & Country Club in Boca Raton, Florida for a performance of her show, I Got Sick Then I Got Better.

February 12, 2014

OCNA celebrates Women Chefs

Jenny will not be performing at the event below. But she will be eating. And she hopes you might, too.

Join OCNA February 19, 2014, for the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance’s 9th Annual Gala–Turn Up the Heat: A Celebration of Women Chefs. Guests will sample tasty treats and delicious drinks from some of the top restaurants, bars, cooking schools and food trucks in the DC area–all while supporting the vital work we do for women with ovarian cancer. The evening will highlight the talents of women involved in DC’s restaurant and food industry. Special guest Shannon Miller will speak about how her experience as an Olympic athlete helped her conquer the challenges of ovarian cancer.

This year’s delectable affair will take place on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center. Click here to learn more and purchase your tickets.

For more information or to sponsor Turn Up the Heat, please contact Molly Gascoigne at mgascoigne@ovariancancer.org or (202) 331-1332.

September 17th, Jenny performs “I Got Sick Then I Got Better” in Indianapolis

Jenny will perform her show “I Got Sick Then I Got Better” in Indianapolis on Tuesday, September 17th. The event is sponsored and hosted by Over’coming Together, Indiana’s nonprofit resource and education organization for overcoming Ovarian Cancer and by the Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre.

Visit Ovar’coming Together for more details.

May 28th, Jenny to perform at The Parkside Lounge in Manhattan

Jenny joins Ellen Ferguson, Marian Fontana and Kyla McMillan for “Storytime for Grownups” an evening of bedtime tales catered to the adult in all of us.
Date: May 28th Time: 8:30pm Tickets: TBD Location: The Parkside Lounge in Manhattan

For more information: http://www.parksidelounge.net/

June 4th, Jenny to appear at the Town Talk Series in Saginaw

Jenny will be appearing at Horizon’s Town Talk series in Saginaw, Michegan on June 4th. Stay tuned for more details.

June 6th, Jenny at The Moth Mainstage in Portland

Join Jenny and a cast of others at the State Theater in Portland, Maine as she relates the story of her life in the time it takes most of us to enjoy a latte. The event is part of The Moth’s Mainstage series. The theme is “Eyewitness”.
Date: June 6th Time: 6:30/doors 7:30/stories begin Tickets: $30-$45 (reserved seating)

Buy tickets here: http://themoth.org/events/event/eyewitness-the-moth-in-portland-me

August 3rd, Jenny at the Moth on Martha’s Vineyard

Join Jenny for an evening of stories, candid revelations and finely mixed beverages as The Moth Mainstage returns to Martha’s Vineyard for the second time. The theme of the evening is “A fish out of water”.
Date: August 3rd Time: 7:00pm doors/ 8:00pm stories Location: The Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs

Tickets: $40 (general admission)

Get them here: http://themoth.org/events/event/fish-out-of-water-the-moth-on-marthas-vineyard

Nov. 2nd, Jenny to perform “I Got Sick Then I Got Better” in DC

Jenny will perform her one-woman show “I Got Sick Then I Got Better” in Washington DC on Saturday, November 2. The event is part of the 2013 National Race to End Women’s Cancer event funded by The Foundation for Women’s Cancer and co-chaired by Jenny Allen and Jennie McGihon.

Cost: Free!

Register today by clicking here.

April 12 Jenny performs at Columbia University

Jenny will perform I Got Sick And Then I Got Better at the Heyman Center at Columbia University. The performance is part of the Discipline Series: Evaluation, Value, Evidence: Medicine, the Humanities, and the Human Sciences.
Date: April 12th Time: 6PM Tickets: Free!

More information can be found at: The Heyman Center website