Mary Lynn Dobson has worked in the theatre as a director, actor and playwright. Her play, Skin Deep was a one winner of the Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Short Play Festival and is published in the Off Off Broadway Festival Plays, 35th Series. Two on the Aisle-Three in a Van, also published by French, was performed in the NYC Fringe Festival garnering the Summer Theatre Citation for Outstanding New Play as well as being awarded Best Ensemble Cast. The play was also honored at the University of Northern Kentucky as a winner of the Y.E.S. New Play Festival. NKU also staged another of her works, Dracula, Down for the Count, at the NKU Summer Theatre where it received its professional debut in a sold out run. Mary Lynn also penned the family comedy, The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood, which is published by Dramatic Publishing. The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood has not only been staged in every state in the US, but has had productions mounted all throughout the world, making her one of Dramatic Publishing's most produced playwrights. When not writing, Mary Lynn can be found directing. Besides directing several productions of her own works, other favorite shows have included: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, She Loves Me, Sylvia, Rounding Third, Urinetown, My Fair Lady, Once Upon a Mattress, The Odd Couple, Barefoot in the Park, Guys and Dolls, The Pillowman, Superior Donuts and 1776..