Pat Lin

Pat Lin Over the years P. H. Lin’s plays have been produced in theaters and/or presented as part of Festivals in NY, DC, MD, VA, MI, IL, NC, OH, PA, CT, KY, WA and CA… and also in Greece.

Her  ZELDA AT THE OASIS enjoyed a 14 week Off-Broadway run at St. Luke’s Theater. Subsequently, this piece has been published by Samuel French (now Concord Theatricals.)  It continues to be produced around the country!

In NYC, her work has been produced and/or presented by Women’s Project & Productions, The Lark, Pulse Ensemble Theatre, Nomad Theater Company, Diverse City Theater Company, the Manhattan Shakespeare Project and most recently, by Cate Cammarata’s Create Theater.

Pat was an ongoing member of Milan Stitt’s Master Playwrighting Class, a member of the Playwrights Unit at Women’s Project and Productions and an active member and participant with The Lark, an international playwrighting development center in NYC.

P.H writes in the style of magical-realism. Her focus is on women’s issues. She will usually frame her stories within an historic context, and the resulting scripts are known to provide mature female actors with vehicles through which to showcase their talents.

She delights that her work is fun and funny while still being thought- provoking and challenging, and that it appeals to multi- cultural, multigenerational audiences.

P.H. Lin has won the Dayton (Ohio) Playhouse’s National Playwriting Competition, and George Mason University’s Mary Roberts Rinehart Award. She was a semi-finalist in 2010 for the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference.