Jacquelyn Landgraf

 In tenacious pursuit of honest, energized storytelling.

 

Jacquelyn acts, writes, and directs across various mediums and genres.

After 18 years living and working in New York City, she is currently based in Los Angeles.  

As an actor, she has performed and toured on various Off-Broadway, downtown, cabaret, and regional stages.

Original cast of the U.S. premieres of Anna Nicole: The Opera by Mark Anthony Turnage/Richard Thomas, directed by Richard Jones at BAM; 3 Kinds of Exile by John Guare, directed by Neil Pepe at the Atlantic Theater; The Complete and Condensed Stage Directions of Eugene O’Neill, vol. 1: Early Plays/Lost Plays, directed by Christopher Loar (Drama Desk nomination for “Unique Theatrical Experience”); Blue-s-cat by Koffi Kwahule, translated by Chantal Bilodeau; and 365 Days/365 Plays by Suzan Lori Parks at The Public Theater.  

Alumna of the New York Neo-Futurists, the prolific writer/performers of Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind and The Infinite Wrench. With the Neo ensemble, she received the Caffe Cino Award and several NY Innovative Theater Awards.

Former Artist-in-Residence at The Invisible Dog Art Center, and panelist at Austin Film Festival, IFC Center, and the NYPL Performing Arts Library.

Jacquelyn is the creator and writer of the serial fiction podcast It Makes A Sound on the Night Vale Presents/PRX network, and the voice of Deirdre Gardner. She produced (with sound engineer Vincent Cacchione and composer Nate Weida) the original soundtrack album of the show, Wim Faros: the Attic Tape, which charted on iTunes and Amazon in its debut week.

Her short plays and writings are published in 225 Plays by the New York Neo-Futurists; How To Be A Grown Up: the Complete and Definitive Answer; and Loose Lips.

Member of Actor's Equity
BFA, Drama from NYU Tisch School of the Arts.

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