Coming to Rogue Festival In March:
REALITY IS OPTIONAL
Quotes from Jaguar’s Ego File:
Jaguar and Heather Save Your Marriage: “Boxing is a sport. Comedy is a sport. But I don’t think I’ve ever seen comedy play out like a boxing match. Fancy footwork, quick jabs, clenches, punches to the face and serious body blows—all in the name of comedy—and it works—really like nothing I’ve seen before. This is a show that goes to uncomfortable places where rich veins of humor lie buried for enterprising miners. I’ve seen all of Jaguar’s other Rogue shows, but he’s upped his game this year by bringing in his wife, heather, who goes toe to toe and holds her own most of the time, and bests him at others. Heather and Jaguar have created a great show.” —Victor DesRoches
Jaguar Saves America: “”Being ticked off has never been so enjoyable … No one is safe from his comic skewering, not Democrats, Republicans, the middle class, upper class, lower class, women, the educated, the uneducated or the Commander-In-Chief himself (which prompted audience members to walk out of the first two shows) …. His advice about how to heal our broken nation rings as true as his comments about the purpose of the American flag. While I recommend Jaguar Saves America, if you are easily offended by open criticism of what you may hold sacred, there are other options in the Rogue Festival that will be more to your liking.” – Mallory Moad, Kings River Life Rogue Reviews, 2019.
Mansplaining: “In the hands of someone less skilled and more vulgar, Mansplaining would have been a litany of excuses and blame but that isn’t how Jaguar operates. True, the language is a little on the blue side at times, but not for shock value or a cheap laugh. His style is more reminiscent of intelligent artists like George Carlin and Lenny Bruce . . . Words are chosen carefully, statements often backed up by facts (real ones, not alternative). It’s this connection to truth that drives the humor and delivers the laughs.” – Mallory Moad, Kings River Life Rogue Reviews, 2018.
How to Start a Religious Cult for Fun and Profit: “Comedy is packed dense into almost every bit of the show, to the point where even the erudite moments (and there are a few) come off as laugh worthy.” -Joshua Tehee, Fresno Bee
How to Be Wicked: “For this monologue, which is more expertly written and performed than most I’ve seen at the rival Hollywood Fringe this year, we have to thank the thriving arts scene of Fresno … As comic entertainment, it’s consistently clever and frequently laugh-out-loud funny. And as theatrical polemic, it’s gold.” – Jason Roher, Bitter Lemons
Bullshit is My Native Language: “To call this production thought-provoking is an understatement. It’s more like thought-scrambling. It is part truth and part the stretching of it. And boy, is it ever a hoot!” -Mallory Moad, Rogue Reviews 2016 Kings River Life