A winner of the Kennedy Center's Fund for New American Plays, Roger L. Stephens Award among others including the Morrow-Heus Screenwriting Award, PJ Lynch is a playwright whose works have been produced by Tony, Sally, and Jeff Award-winning regional theaters as well as commissioned by major theaters and universities. A two-time Jerome Fellow and a TCG artist fellow, Lynch's work has been published in anthologies and collections along with essays in national and regional publications. As a producer, Lynch created the award-winning literary and public broadcast series, Writers on a New England stage, along with the lauded Writers in the Loft, and most recently Innovation and Leadership at the Portsmouth Music Hall. She serves as Executive Producer/head curator on these series which combined bring to life nearly thirty literary events a year with Pulitzer Prize winners, New York times bestsellers and National Book award winners appearing on a regular basis across all the programs. Lynch currently is the creative lead on the nationally recognized restoration and programming renaissance of a landmark vaudeville-era theater. The PJ stand for P-Patricia and J for Jo, and yes, Little Women's "Jo" was the childhood inspiration.
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