Jacquelyn Landgraf is an actor, writer, and director. She has been on the Atlantic acting faculty since 2006, teaching Script Analysis. In 2014-2015, she created the Moment Lab and led the implementation of the class across all programs at the school. Jacquelyn is currently the creator, writer, co-director, and star of the fiction podcast “It Makes A Sound” on the Night Vale Presents/PRX network. Theater performances include ANNA NICOLE (BAM/New York City Opera), the premiere of John Guare’s 3 Kinds of Exile at Atlantic Theater Company, and the Drama Desk nominated The Complete and Condensed Stage Directions of Eugene O’Neill, vols. 1 & 2. For many years, Jacquelyn was an ensemble member and co-artistic director of The New York Neo-Futurists, the writer/performers of the long-running show Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind and The Infinite Wrench. Jacquelyn has been a Theater-Artist-in-Residence at the Invisible Dog Art Space, a curator of the hotINK International Festival of Playreadings, and is a recipient with the Neo-Futurists of several NY Innovative Theater Awards, including the Caffe Cino Award. She performs and teaches workshops on acting and writing across the country and internationally, including at the Austin Film Festival, Brave Studios in Melbourne, Australia, Williamstown Theatre Festival, 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. She holds a B.F.A. in Drama from NYU/Tisch School of the Arts, and is an alumna of the Atlantic Acting School.