Jacquelyn Reingold’s plays, produced at Ensemble Studio Theatre, include String Fever, (starring Cynthia Nixon and Evan Handler), I Know, A Very Very Short Play, They Float Up, Dear Kenneth Blake, and Tunnel of Love. Her other plays have been seen in New York at Naked Angels, Theatre for One, the MCC Theatre; at the Actors Theatre in Louisville; Theatre J in Washington DC; Portland Center Stage in Oregon; PlayLabs in Minneapolis; and in London, Belgrade, Berlin, and Hong Kong.  A Story About a Girl was workshopped at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Four of her short plays have been recorded for radio/podcasts by Playing On Air. For television, Jackie’s written for CBS/Amazon’s BrainDead, created by Michelle and Robert King, Grace and Frankie, starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, and NBC's Smash. She also wrote the Mia episodes for Emmy nominated Gabriel Byrne and Hope Davis in HBO’s Peabody Award winning In Treatment, and two seasons of Law and Order CI.  Playwriting honors include: NYFA grant in playwriting, two EST/Sloan Foundation commissions, the Kennedy Center‘s Fund for New American Plays, New Dramatists' Whitfield Cook Award, a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn prize, the Greenwall Foundation’s Oscar Ruebhausen Award, MacDowell Colony and Hermitage Artist Retreat Fellowships. Her work has been published in two Women Playwrights: The Best Plays, several Best American Short Plays, various Best Scenes and Monologues, and by Samuel French, Vintage Books, and Smith & Kraus. A collection of her one-acts, Things Between Us, is published by Dramatists Play Service. She is an alum of New Dramatists, a member of Ensemble Studio Theatre, the WGA-E, and the Dramatists Guild, and has a Playwriting MFA from Ohio University.