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Jacquelyn Priskorn

Jacquelyn Priskorn has been writing plays since she took her first class with playwright Kitty Dubin in 1997. She has had several plays and screenplays produced since that first class, including the award-winning short film The Guest Room (shown at the Strasbourg Film Festival in France) as well as a screenplay, Love & Plutonium, which is currently available on Amazon Prime. Her play Love Shackles was published in Quick & Painless: Saturday Night Lites 2004-2005 Season distributed by Original Works. Glass Slipper, Size 8 ½, The RotThe Reckless Romantic, and Off Center are currently available through Brooklyn Publishing. Ida Invisible is available through Next Stage Press. Her short play Off Center won “Best Play” at the Oakland University Actor Showcase. And Good Morning, Miriam has received the Jury’s Choice Award at the Detroit Fringe Forward Festival, Best New Play from New Plays From the Heartland, and The Chameleon Theatre Circle’s 17th annual one-act play contest. As an actress, Ms. Priskorn began writing mostly to create more roles and audition material for herself and women like her.