Jessa Gaul’s awkward ‘sausage’ surprise

Jessa Gaul came to the stage with a hilarious story for a night of disappointments. None of the stories were particularly sad at all, but Jessa’s story included a little surprise “package.”

Jessa Gaul along with Scot Rose, Angel Sanchez, Erin Lindstrom, and Tina Finnerty came out to tell stories inspired by the word “disappointments.” We thought the theme could inspire stories about succeeding at failing hard, but we were open to wherever it would take them.

Bio: Jessa first got the comedy bug about four years ago while filming Panties in a Twist. She says she has always had a sense of humor many did not understand. When she saw Panties, she knew she had found her place. She auditioned a year later and has been involved with the show ever since. Over the past few months, she enrolled herself and her daughter in improv classes at the Push Comedy Theater. In March, shortly after completing the 101 improv class, she and her team, The Cat Nips, won the theater’s first 3-on-3 tournament. When she isn’t making people laugh, she’s making films and freelancing for JPIXX, a digital agency that specializes in video.

Listen! Jessa Gaul’s story…

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Jessa Gaul

Jessa Gaul

Jessa Gaul (Photos: Amber Nettles)

About Tell Me More… Live Storytelling: Everyone has a story, and there are plenty of storytelling events and podcasts around the world to showcase them. We’re not that different – except we tell stories from a small stage in a mid-size military town. We host a regular storytelling night at the Push Comedy Theater in Norfolk, Va. We showcase storytellers sharing stories inspired by one-word themes. For upcoming shows, please see our schedule here. If you have a story that you think fits one of our themes, sign up here to be considered for the stage.