Press for Lathem Prince at Capital Fringe Festival 2015
"Patricia Lynn...is enchanting as Lia, oscillating between mania and charm that makes you forgive Lathem for being at once repelled and enthralled by her."
"Particularly obsessive, Patricia Lynn’s impressive take on Lia Fortunelli’s unstable and insanely naive tendencies were shocking as she tirelessly sought for Lathem’s attention."
"Lathem Prince succeeds because these superb actors are at every moment the person they are meant to be, delivering dialogue with such authenticity that the most astonishing things seem completely natural. There are portions of the play which are breathtakingly, heartbreakingly funny, and it is the actors that make it so."
Press for The Animal Kingdom at Hunger & Thirst Theatre Collective
"Lynn plays Daisy with likable tomboyish verve...calling to mind Kate Hepburn herself. Lynn has one tirade--in a scene in which Tom levels with her about inferiority of her paintings--that is especially entertaining."
~ Mark Dundas Wood, Stage Buddy
Press for Charlotte's Web at Theatreworks USA (Spring 2014 tour)
"Patricia Lynn made a delightfully clever Charlotte with her aviator glasses and long black arms. As a spider, her movements were necessarily limited by the barn set, but she used her space and her movements to advantage. She turned in a vivacious performance that was fierce, funny, and tender."
~ Diane Jackson Schnoor, DC Metro TheatreArts
"I would rate the performance 5 stars. This is why. I love the costumes! The people they picked to play the characters I think were awesome! Also I really liked how they really followed the book and really did what the book say's. At the end I like how Charlotte's hands were the two little spiders. I really liked the performance." ~Ella, student in Lebanon, NH
"I really liked the play...I liked how Charlotte made the letters in the web. That was very creative...I thought the performance was great. They did a wonderful job." ~Kayla, student in Lebanon, NH
Press for Optimism! Or Voltaire's Candide at Spooky Action Theater (Washington D.C.)
"a worldly, flirty Patricia Lynn..." ~ Jane Horwitz, Washington Post
"Ryan Alan Jones (Candide)..and Patricia Lynn (Cunegonde) both have great timing and delightful chemistry. They bring tons of energy to their parts and have fun with their lightning dialogue." ~ Jessica Vaughan, DC Metro TheatreArts
"It wouldn’t work without a top notch cast game for such action, and this production has one. Besides Jones, the only other character to play just one role is Patricia Lynn, whose Cunegonde has two personalities after she somehow turns from beauty to monster." ~ Roger Catlin, Maryland Theatre Guide
Press for The Battle of Spanktown at New York Fringe Festival
"And then there is Patricia [Lynn], appearing as the Lass, the main love interest of the Hobbledehoy, whose bright eyes and toothy smile could most respectfully be described as 'winsome'."~ Michael Niederman, New York Theater Review
"The production’s real charm is in the playing — and here, it scores big. Director Heidi Handelsman has drawn from her cast a dozen boffo turns in a style that owes a lot to the art of the clown. This gang is having a lot of fun, and it’s infectious." ~ Trav S.D., Downtown Express
Press for King John at Guerrilla Shakespeare Project (New York, NY)
"The company of nine actors…gives the play a vibrant and muscular rendering. [It] keeps you involved following the abrupt turns in plot and the shifting allegiances of the characters, brought to life in well-etched performances…Patricia Lynn makes a credible Arthur." ~ Ron Cohen, Back Stage
Press for The Secret Rapture at Trinity Repertory Company (Providence, RI)
"Trinity veterans are joined in this production by Patricia Lynn, who...does a terrific job in the...role of Rhonda, the political climber who is not above using all of her wiles (feminine or otherwise) to get what she wants." ~ Randy Rice, Broadwayworld.com
"Patricia Lynn has a few chilling moments as Marion's grasping young assistant." ~ Louise Kennedy, Boston Globe