Kelli Lynn has performed at EST in Youngblood programming – including Thicker Than Water, Asking For Trouble, brunches and Bloodworks – as well as various Memberfest and Sloan First Light projects. Currently, she also helps to facilitate the EST Members Council initiative, First Brew. She was a founding member of 3Graces Theater Co. (winner of the 2007 LPTW Lucille Lortel Award for Emerging Theater Company), and its Managing Director from 2004-2011, during which time she produced and co-produced over 20 New York and World Premieres. As its resident dramaturg, she created 3G’s signature Immersion program, an interactive dramaturgical process for the ensemble and audience. Favorite NY credits include: Acting – Big Girl a one-woman play by Andrew Biss, Apocalypso by William Donnelly, and The Benefits of Elsewhere by Patrick Link; Production Dramaturgy – the New York premiere of Nickel and Dimed by Joan Holden, and the World Premiere of The Power of Birds by Robin Rice Lichtig. Trained at Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles) and Stella Adler (New York). Member of Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas and currently serves on Board of Directors of the League of Professional Theatre Women.