Jaclyn Biskup

is the Artistic Director and founder of The Mill (fka Experimental Theatre Chicago.) Born and raised in the south suburbs of Chicago, she received her MFA in directing from Northwestern University and a B.A. Theatre Comprehensive from Northern Illinois University. She recently worked as Karin Coonrod’s assistant on Love’s Labor’s Lost at The Public. In NYC she has worked with Blue Box Productions, Hearth Gods, and Horse Trade Theatre. She has directed 13 productions with The Mill, including “The Private Lives of Eskimos,” "A Dream Play," " Venus," "The Madman and the Nun," "Desdemona: A Play About A Handkerchief," "Big Love," "The Bald Soprano," "Mexico," and "off." She has conceived and directed: "Un-American Activities," "An Unenchanted Evening," "The Eve Project," and "Coming and Going." She has assisted on productions with Steppenwolf, Moving Doc, and Ravenous Productions.

Shows participated in:
When Half the Sphere is Visible (2011 - 12) Director