Patricia Lynn hails from St. Louis, Missouri, where she began acting in fifth-grade, playing Queen Groucho in a grade school production of The Planet of the Perfectly Awful People. From the moment she had a pie thrown in her face in front a hysterically laughing audience, she knew she was destined to dedicate her life to the theatre.
To achieve this destiny, Patricia moved to Indiana and attended the University of Evansville, where she studied in their unique theatre generalist program, exploring and gaining proficiency in all aspects of the theatre, with special emphases in acting, directing, dramaturgy, and stage management. After receiving her Bachelor of Science, she went on to receive a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from Brown University.
Upon graduation, Patricia headed to New York City and has performed in numerous productions, readings, and workshops with Perchance to Dream Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Source, Pulse Ensemble Theatre, New York Fringe Festival, and the Guerrilla Shakespeare Project. Regionally, she has performed with Trinity Repertory Company, Brown/Trinity Playwrights Repertory, Stray Dog Theatre, St. Peter’s Theatre, and St. Charles Theatre. She also recently made her New York directing debut with the world premiere of Far from Chekhov, produced by the Play Club of the Unknown Artists.
Aside from her work with HTTC, Patricia enjoys playing board games, walking around Manhattan at twilight, and discussing the Harry Potter series. She loves popcorn and pie, and is an unabashed sucker for McDonald's french fries.