Jaclyn Biskup - Director
JACLYN BISKUP is a director and producer working in theatre, television, and film. This summer she will serve as the assistant director on the Broadway production of Young Jean Lee's STRAIGHT WHITE MEN. She is the recipient of an Emmy and Peabody nomination for her work on the digital series, THE SECRET LIFE OF MUSLIMS.
As the founding artistic director of The Mill, she has directed and produced over 20 productions including the Chicago premieres of A DREAM PLAY (Caryl Churchill), VENUS (Suzan-Lori Parks) and THE PRIVATE OF LIVES OF ESKIMOS (OR 16 WORDS FOR SNOW) (Ken Urban.)
In NYC, she produced and directed NICHOLAS, MAEVE, MARIANNE (Matthew Stephen Smith) one of Indie Theatre Now's 20 Best of NYC Fringe. She has assisted on productions at Steppenwolf, The Public, and The American Musical Theatre Workshop and has a Bachelor’s degree in Theater from Northern Illinois University and a Master of Fine Arts in Directing and Theatrical Production from Northwestern University. She currently works as an assistant producer at New Ohio Theatre.
Anna D. Shapiro