Kimball B. Allen premiered his second and bestselling Off-Broadway one-man show, Be Happy Be Mormon at the highly-acclaimed Theatre Row in the heart of New York City’s theatre district as part of the 2014 United Solo Festival. He is the Host of Triple Threat, a variety talk show, at Seattle’s illustrious Triple Door Theatre.
Allen has been heard as a featured guest on radio and podcast shows from New York City to Honolulu, and filmed with such networks as Amazon Studios, Comedy Central and Fox Sports. He has written for several nationally syndicated publications such as The New York Times, EDGE Media and The Capitol Hill Times. Allen has interviewed a wide variety of celebrated individuals including the legendary drummer, John Densmore, of The Doors, R&B Grammy nominee, Brian McKnight, award winning songstress, Jewel, adult star, Ron Jeremy and author Dan Savage.
Allen enjoys performing segments of his original stories at Seattle’s Fresh Ground Stories, A Guide to Visitors, Spin the Bottle, Weird and Awesome and nationally with Mortified Live. He is a member of the prestigious Dramatists Guild of America; a Nominator for The Gregory Awards presented by Theatre Puget Sound.
“Playwright, actor, and subject matter Kimball Allen possesses the assets of colorful material in his life story, a gift for story-telling, and a charisma that drew in the audience from beginning to end.”
-Dagney Velazquez, KC Stage
“You know you have to see this, set your Google alerts!”
-Phyllis Fletcher, NPR Managing Editor
“Thank you for putting on a wonderful show last week. What a great way to start out at the Hollywood! I hope you enjoyed yourself on stage as much as the audience did.”
-Egan Danehy, Producer, Mortified Live PDX