Patricia Lynn

Patricia Lynn

PATRICIA LYNN is a Gothic feminist writer: specializing in putting a post-modernist feminist perspective on traditional horror stories, themes, and tropes. Works include: Your Invisible Corset (an adaptation of Dracula), Jekyll, The Good Sisters, Rescue Gone Wrong, A Quarantine Accident, and The Turtle Dove. Patricia’s work has been selected to be performed in multiple locations in NYC, Washington D.C., and on Zoom.

Plays

  • SCREWED
    Loosely inspired by The Turn of the Screw by Henry James, SCREWED follows a determined police officer desperate to solve two particularly unsettling murders. His last hope is Molly, the traumatized governess. But she is just as determined not to reveal what happened to her that night...
  • YOUR INVISIBLE CORSET (A modern-day female-focused DRACULA adaptation)
    Your Invisible Corset is a modern-day female-focused adaptation of Dracula. While staying true to the original novel, the story remains sharply focused on the struggles of Dracula’s female victims, illuminating how Bram Stoker’s themes regarding Victorian women’s role in society are hauntingly relevant even today.
  • Rescue Gone Wrong
    A thoughtful examination of relationships, intimacy, the female perspective on sexuality, and...vampires?
  • A Quarantine Accident
    During the pandemic, three old friends gather on Zoom to discuss life, relationship, and...hold on, why is there blood in Laura’s hair...?