Teaching

 Students practice movement improvisation in Site Work: Place-making and Performance Practice, Haverford College, 2016.  Photo credit: Caleb Eckert.

Students practice movement improvisation in Site Work: Place-making and Performance Practice, Haverford College, 2016.

Photo credit: Caleb Eckert.

Courses

2018

Theatre History I: Antiquity to Minstrelsy

Directing I

Jews, Race, and Performance

The Western Dramatic Tradition





2014


2013


2012


2011


2010


2008-2009


2007


2005-2006


2003-2004

 

What students are saying

"Prof. Pryor is an inspiring mentor, a rigorous teacher, a brilliant scholar and artist, and a deeply insightful advisor. [They] give extensive feedback, [are] extremely dedicated to [their] students, and always go above and beyond. [Their] classes will challenge you in the best way, and change the way you move through the world around you." –Anonymous student 

"Jaclyn Pryor is one of the best professors I have ever had. [Their] analysis of identity, power, and social dynamics is extremely strong, and I am so glad I read everything [they] put in my hands. Jaclyn is not only a naturally gifted educator, [they are] a true artist. I grew every minute I was with [them], whether in the classroom, or in advising meetings." –Anonymous student

"Pryor's teaching style is dynamic & engaging. [Their] enthusiasm, knowledge, ability to facilitate student's understanding of complex concepts, and impeccably crafted syllabi that weave together multiple disciplines, make [them] hands down the most transformative teacher I've ever had. Pryor builds community within the classroom that extends beyond it." –Anonymous student