Jacquelyn Reingold writes for theatre and television. Her plays, which include String Fever, (starring Cynthia Nixon and Evan Handler), I Know, They Float Up, Girl Gone, A Very Very Short Play, 2B (or not 2B), and Acapulco, have been seen in New York at Ensemble Studio Theatre, Naked Angels, Theatre for One, MCC Theatre; at the Actors Theatre in Louisville; Portland Center Stage in Oregon; PlayLabs in Minneapolis; and in London, Dublin, Berlin, and Hong Kong. Honors and awards include: the Kennedy Center‘s Fund for New American Plays, New York Foundation of the Arts playwriting grant, two Sloan Foundation commissions, a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn prize, and MacDowell Fellowships.
She has been published in two Women Playwrights: The Best Plays, several Best American Short Plays, and by Samuel French, Vintage Books, DPS, Applause Books, Smith & Kraus. A collection of her one-acts Things Between Us is published by DPS. Four of her short plays have been recorded for radio/podcast by Playing-on-Air. In television, she is a Writer/Executive Producer for the critically acclaimed “The Good Fight” on Paramount+. She has also written for Netflix’s “Grace and Frankie,” CBS’ “Braindead,” NBC’s “Smash,” and all the Mia episodes for Emmy nominated Gabriel Byrne and Hope Davis in HBO’s “In Treatment.” She is a playwright member of Ensemble Studio Theater, an alum of New Dramatists, and a founding member of Honor Roll, an advocacy group for womxn playwrights over 40 whose goal is inclusion in the theater. She has taught dramatic writing at Ohio University, New York University, and Columbia University. Jacquelyn received her Playwriting MFA from Ohio University.
Jacquelyn will be providing feedback to the following play:
A Perfect Day Away by Klae Bainter (Fri. 4/23 @ 4pm)