Join us as we welcome historian John Jensen for a presentation exploring the early years of Orson Welles, his controversial stage plays, and his unforgettable version of H.G. Wells' "The War of the Worlds," which had the country convinced of an alien invasion.
A former San Francisco broadcaster, John Jensen is an avid collector of music, movies, and radio broadcasts of the 1930s and 40s. As an audio historian, he has provided research and assorted media to filmmakers, such as Jack Haley, Jr., Frances Ford Coppola, and George Lucas. He recently retired as senior director of public relations for World Vision.