Jacqueline Bircher


Jacqueline Bircher is a playwright and screenwriter born and raised in New York City. Plays include Another Revolution, The Once and Future Casey Colman, Webster's Bitch, and The Rule of Thirds. Her short plays Reaction, Thin Ice, and Yesterday Somewhere have been produced in the Detention series at Primary Stages, and her screenwriting work has been featured at the WILDsound Film Festival and recognized by the Creative World Awards and WeScreenplay’s Diverse Voices competition. Jacqueline's plays have been produced and/or developed with Ensemble Studio Theatre, Primary Stages, Market Garden Theatre, the Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival, Centenary Stage Company, Duluth Playhouse, Little Theatre of Alexandria, Naked Angels, City Theatre, the Bechdel Group, and Talk Back Theatre. She studied literature and creative writing at Oxford University and Fordham College at Lincoln Center.