Fifteen years as a teacher of acting and twenty-five years as a performer in theater, television and film have afforded Jennifer McCabe the opportunity to work with some of the most talented and respected artists in her industry.
As an actress, Jennifer has performed over sixty characters on the stage and screen. She has originated seven Off-Broadway roles with Jane Street Theatre, Cherry Lane Theatre, The Barrow Group Theatre Company, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Soho Repertory Theatre, Atlantic Theater Company and Theater at St. Clement's and has been seen in feature films (The Pack, The Projectionist, Straight Forward) and on TV (Law and Order, SVU; Sex and the City, etc.).
Jennifer has been a teacher of acting for fifteen years. Currently, she is a faculty member at Stonestreet Studios Screen Acting Workshop, the advanced conservatory on-camera training program through NYU’s Tisch Drama School. She also holds a faculty post at NYU Undergraduate School for Film and Television (NYU-UGFTV) where she teaches Rehearsal Techniques. Jennifer has served as a faculty member at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute and for the BFA Conservatory Film Program at SUNY Purchase.
Jennifer McCabe Studios is Jennifer's private acting studio that operates in New York City and offers professional acting classes and coaching for stage and screen.
As a Drama Teaching Artist, Jennifer continues to teach and collaborate with dozens of Arts-in-Education organizations including Enact, Inc. and the Guggenheim Museum.
As a director and filmmaker, Jennifer has completed seven short films (The Musicians, Chemistry Project, Since Feeling Is First, etc.) that are traveling the festival circuit and is currently shooting a documentary about a professional musical trio called The Pig's Feet Trio (working title).
Jennifer is also a skilled improviser and serves as an improviser and facilitator for corporate education organizations and Fortune 500 companies. A few of her affiliates include, Performance of a Lifetime and Impact Learning and Development.