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Chris Jensen

Chris Jensen



As the owner of Jensen Public Relations, Chris Jensen provides senior public relations counsel and business writing services to a wide variety of clients. She earned a BA in theatre at Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa, and an MBA in management at The University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minn. For more information, visit jensenpr.com.




  • Jim Wann
    September, 2003
    Jim Wann, principal author of the popular and much produced hit, Pump Boys and Dinettes, talks to Chris Jensen about reprising his role, this revival, and how the show evolved in the first place.

  • John Plumpis
    June, 2003
    John Plumpis plays Timon in the touring show of The Lion King. He talks with Chris about his career, what's most interesting to him about this show, and what he likes about Charlotte.



  • Our Town

    "Written in 1938, the play marked a milestone in the development of American theatre by rejecting the trappings of realism -- things like scenery and props. Triad Stage further abandoned the trappings of realism with its imaginative casting -- a woman dressed in menís clothing for the Stage Manager (narrator) role and a multi-racial cast that played against stereotypes of a small New England towns in the early 1900s."

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