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Lynn Mullin

Lynn Mullin is a theatre teaching artist originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota. She holds a Bachelor's degree in both Theatre Arts and English from the University of Minnesota, Morris, and is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Theatre Education at Emerson College. Over the course of her career thus far, she has largely worked with youth, but was recently introduced to the field of Senior Theatre through a course-based residency at a Boston senior residential facility. Past work experience includes leading a Storytime program in Minnesota, serving as a teaching artist at Festival Theatre in Wisconsin, and teaching literacy skills through theatre with Citi Performing Arts Center’s Target Arts program. She also had the wonderful opportunity to travel to India with Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP), where she taught English, choir, and drama. 

An Interview with Arthur Keyser, Playwright
Essay

An Interview with Arthur Keyser, Playwright

18 December 2015

Lynn Mullin interviews playwright Arthur Keyser about his journey to playwriting and his process.

An Interview with Bonnie Vorenberg, Founder of the Senior Theatre Resource Center and President of ArtAge Publications
Essay

An Interview with Bonnie Vorenberg, Founder of the Senior Theatre Resource Center and President of ArtAge Publications

14 December 2015

Lynn Mullin interviews Bonnie Vorenberg about her role with Senior Theatre Resource Center and her passion for working with seniors.

Aging and Theatre
Essay

Aging and Theatre

A Call to Action

13 December 2015

Lynn Mullin kicks off this week’s series on Senior Theatre by discussing the changing age demographics in the US, and how theatre can have a part in enriching older adults’ quality of life.

Senior Theatre
Series

Senior Theatre

An exploration of the role of the elderly in the practice of American theatremaking.