Kirk Lynn

Kirk Lynn is one of six co-producing artistic directors of Rude Mechs theatre collective. With the Rudes, Lynn has written and adapted more than a dozen plays, including Lipstick Traces, The Method Gun, and Stop Hitting Yourself, commissioned by Lincoln Center (LCT3). Next up for the Rudes, Field Guide, commissioned by Yale Repertory; a performance that will simply explain how to live a good life. Lynn is also working on a new play about a woman who goes into the wilderness to search for her missing family entitled The Cabin; commissioned by Playwrights Horizons, who also produced Professor Lynn's play, Your Mother's Copy of the Kama Sutra in April 2014. Lynn's first novel, RUN. RUN. RUN. RUN. RUN. will be published by Melville House in the Fall of 2015. Lynn received his M.F.A. from the Michener Center for Writers and is currently at work on a novel about a wilder George Washington called Cherry Trees.

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