Jaclyn Pryor is a multidisciplinary performance artist living in Austin. She has worked with various companies and collectives, including Redmoon Theatre, CollaborAction, Stage Left Theatre, SCRAP Mettle SOUL, The Bailiwick, and Steppenwolf Theatre (Chicago); HERE Arts Center, New York Theatre Workshop, and Brooklyn Arts Exchange (New York); and Frontera @ Hyde Park Theatre, Austin Script Works, Refraction Arts, Theatre Action Project, The Austin Project, and First Night Austin (Austin). She has also trained with the SITI Company, The Center for Movement Research (New York), Plasticene Physical Theatre (Chicago), and Soujourn Theatre (Portland), as well as collaborated with world-renowned independent artists Mary Overlie, Tina Landau, Anne Bogart, Ann Carlson, Laurie Carlos, Charles Mee, Daniel Alexander Jones, and Sekou Sundiata. In 2005, Jaclyn was commissioned by First Night Austin to create BREAD, for which she won a First Night International "Creative Programming" Award. In 2006, she conceived and directed PINK: A LOVE COURIER SERVICE, also commissioned by First Night Austin, underwritten by the Still Water Foundation. In 2007, collaborated with a collective of visual artists, poets, fiction writers, musicians, performance artists, and media artists to create a performance journey called MOVABLE FEAST. In addition to her artistic practice, Jaclyn has also published essays and reviews about other artists’ work, including Peggy Shaw, Lois Weaver, Deb Margolin, Carmelita Tropicana, Marga Gomez, Alain Buffard, Gretchen Phillips, Lynne Breedlove, and Bitch. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Performance as Public Practice at the University of Texas.