Nagle Jackson is the author of several plays, adaptations and translations which have been produced at leading theaters throughout the U.S., from American Conservatory Theater, Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Seattle Rep in the West, to the McCarter, Kennedy Center and New York's Intar Theater in the East. Several of his plays, e.g. Taking Leave, The Quick-Change Room, A Hotel on Marvin Gardens, debuted at The Denver Center, for which theater he also created several translations from the works of Moliere. His play The Elevation of Thieves was prize winner in the Onassis Foundation International Playwriting Contest, an award presented to Mr. Jackson by the President of Greece in Athens, 1998.
Mr. Jackson was Artistic Director of both the Milwaukee Repertory Theater and the McCarter Theater. He continues to direct as a guest artist with theaters throughout this country and in Europe. He has been a Master Director with The Directors' Company in New York for several years.
Mr. Jackson resides with his wife in Princeton Junction, New Jersey.