Rachel Lynett is a queer Afro-Latinx playwright based in Arkansas. Her work is composed of dark comedies that hold up a mirror to the audience asking them if they’re happy with what’s being presented before them. All of her plays center on queer people of color and how they attempt to navigate through the various complexities of their existence. Her plays have been featured all over the country including at Capital Repertory Theatre, Teatro Espejo, Theatresquared, Equity Library Theatre, Chicago, Talk Back Theatre, American Stage Theatre Company, and Orlando Shakes.
Her play, WELL INTENTIONED WHITE PEOPLE, had its world premiere with Barrington Stage Company and the Michigan premiere with Matrix Theatre. Her play, ABORTION ROAD TRIP, produced by Theatre Prometheus, won best comedy at Capital Fringe and then was later an invited production the 2017 Page to Stage Kennedy Festival. In 2019, her play YOU WERE MINE, was also presented at the Kennedy Center Page to Stage Festival, produced by Theatre Prometheus.
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