Jenna Eliel didn't choose a life of comedy. She found herself in an alleyway in the pouring rain, cradling the lifeless carcass of her aspirations -- a life of mime so cruelly taken from her-- and decided to avenge it in the most vocal way possible. Her comedic styling can be found somewhere between: "You're right, ma'am, my shirt is, in fact, on backwards" and "What if sloths are time travelers?" Since beginning her comedy journey in the summer of 2017, she has quickly risen as one of the most prominent queer comics in Montana--a surprisingly tall order. Within her first six months of comedy, she placed as a finalist at the 2018 Missoula's Homegrown Comedy Competition and has been asked to perform around the state. She has organized and promoted several shows, including two successful shows featuring entirely local women and nonbinary comedians. She now leads a monthly Women's & Nonbinary comedy writing workshop and open mic in her home-base of Bozeman, Montana.