Jacqueline Stone is honored to be a co-founder and the current Artistic Director of TUTA. As an actress, she has appeared in numerous TUTA productions including The Wedding (1996, 2010, 2011), The Hour, Alice, Little Prince, Birds, Still Life In Color, Uncle Vanya (2008, 2009), Baal, and Fulton Street Sessions. Most recently, she directed TUTA's productions of The Anyway Cabaret (an animal cabaret) and The Silent Language. Other Chicago theatres she has worked with include Chicago Dramatists, The Second City, Prop Thtr, DCASE, 20% Theatre Company, WNEP Theatre, New Leaf Theatre Co., BackStage Theatre Co., Brown Couch Theatre Co., and Improv Olympic.
Stone has directed the world premiere stage and touring productions of Don't Let The Pigeon Drive the Bus! (based on the Caldecott winning book series), the Midwest premiere of Junie B. Jones, in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells!, and Ramona Quimby (based on the best-selling series) at Emerald City Theatre Company. Stone also directed the world premiere of Chelsea Marcantal's Devour at 20% Theatre Company.
Jacqueline is the co-founder of Sirens, the longest running all-female improv group in the country. She currently appears in their long-running Sunday Series at The Second City.
She has been a faculty member at The Second City, TUTA, Columbia College, and currently serves as the Education Director for Emerald City Theatre Company. Having taught all over the world for more than 15 years, some of her favorite freelance teaching jobs have included The Faculty of Dramatic Arts (Belgrade, Serbia), Sprout Improv (UK), Chicago Improv Festival, Miami Improv Festival, AATE National Conference, Ford Motor Company, Duke University's FUQUA School of Business, Young President's Association, UCLA, and University of Chicago.
To contact Jacqueline send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more about Jacqueline, read A Brief Interview with Jacqueline Stone.