According to the Lortel Archive, Jacuqui Casto worked principally as a Stage Manager with 5 credits between 1990 and 2008 at the Public Theater, American Place Theatre, Abrons Arts Center Playhouse, and the Theater at St. Clement’s Church.
In the later 2000’s she earned a few credits as an Assistant Director.
She appears in a feature-length documentary movie called Bird Now (1988) directed by Marc Huraux about the life of jazz legend Charlie Parker, driving the filmmakers to a Harlem location. This photo is a screen capture. It’s the only image we could find.
|Stage Manager||for colored girls who have Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow Is Enuf (1995)||1994-95 Season|
|Stage Manager||Tis the Morning||1988-89 Season|
|Stage Manager||The Balm Yard||1990-91 Season|
|Stage Manager||Chain | Late Bus to Mecca||1991-92 Season|
|Stage Manager||Do Lord Remember Me (1997)||1996-97 Season|
|Stage Manager||James Baldwin: A Soul on Fire||1999-00 Season|
|Stage Manager||Beautiful Things||2000-01 Season|
|Stage Manager||Urban Transition: Loose Blossoms||2002-03 Season|
|Sound Designer||Boogie Woogie & Booker T||1986-87 Season|
|Sound Designer||The Meeting||1986-87 Season|
|Sound Designer||Good Black Don’t Crack||1988-89 Season|
|Sound Designer||Jelly Belly||1990-91 Season|