Jacquelyn acts, writes, directs, and teaches, and she lives in Brooklyn. She has performed at BAM's Howard Gilman Opera House, the Atlantic Theater Company, The Public Theater, 92nd St. Y, The Barrow Street Theater, Pipeline, Theater for the New City, Bowery Poetry Club, The Bell House, on "Selected Shorts" at Symphony Space, Arena Stage and Woolly Mammoth in Washington DC, Chicago's Neo-Futurarium, Le Petit Theatre in New Orleans, and the Samuel Beckett Theater in Dublin, Ireland.
From 2005-2011, she was an ensemble member and co-artistic director of the New York Neo-Futurists, the prolific writers/performers of Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind (30 plays in 60 minutes) and The Infinite Wrench. With the Neos, she co-created and performed in The Complete and Condensed Stage Directions of Eugene O'Neill, vol. 1: Early Plays/Lost Plays, directed by Christopher Loar and nominated for a Drama Desk Award for "Unique Theatrical Experience."
In 2012, she was named Theater Artist-in-Residence at the Invisible Dog Art Center, where she developed the first English-language, U.S. staging of Koffi Kwahulé's Blue-s-cat, translated by Chantal Bilodeau, and performed in the gallery's freight elevator.
Her short plays and writings have been published in 225 Plays by the New York Neo-Futurists, How To Be A Grown Up: the Complete and Definitive Answer, and Loose Lips.
Jacquelyn has been on the Acting Faculty of the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School since 2006, teaching Script Analysis and developing The Moment Lab. She leads workshops and guest lectures on performance throughout the United States and internationally.
She is a member of Actor's Equity and has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.