NYU and Atlantic
Jacquelyn has been on the Acting Faculty of the Atlantic Acting School since 2006. She is the first year Script Analysis teacher in the NYU Tisch School of the Arts Undergraduate Drama Program. She created and led the implementation of the Moment Lab curriculum at the Atlantic Acting School, now a core studio class for all NYU and Conservatory Programs.
Coaching and Consulting
Jacquelyn was the Pre-Production Directing Consultant to Elizabeth Wood for her feature film, White Girl. She works as a freelance consultant to directors and writers, and coaches actors for theater, film, and television. Please contact her for more information.
In 2016, she was invited to Melbourne, Australia to teach a Practical Aesthetics Acting Intensive with Anya Saffir at Brave Studios. She brought Moment Lab abroad for the first time, and was able to work with a fantastic group of professional Australian actors.
Atlantic offers in-depth training in a unique and influential approach to acting, with a technique originally developed by David Mamet and William H. Macy , based on the teachings of Stanislavsky, Aristotle and Joseph Campbell:
Workshops and Guest Teaching
Jacquelyn has taught workshops and guest-lectured for Brave Studios in Melbourne, Australia, the Hollins University M.F.A. Dance Residency in Berlin, Germany, The Susan Marshall Dance Company, Brooklyn College, NYU Gallatin, Boston University, The U.S. State Department, London’s Central Film School, and Improv Olympic West, Los Angeles.
In the summer of 2013, Jacquelyn was invited to the Williamstown Theater Festival, where she created and led a month-long performance workshop for the Apprentice Program titled Radical Presence Laboratory.