(Bio as of September 2011)
T. Paul Lynch spent 22 seasons with the Goodman where he stage-managed more than 65 productions. Credits include Red, Candide, The Trinity River Plays, Animal Crackers, Hughie/Krapp’s Last Tape and The Good Negro. He stage-managed the world premieres of Oedipus Complex; Frank’s Home; Silk; Finishing the Picture; The Light in the Piazza; Gem of the Ocean; Hollywood Arms; Drowning Crow; The Visit; The Odyssey; Floyd Collins; Griller; All the Rage; Randy Newman’s Faust; The House of Martin Guerre; Cry, the Beloved Country; On the Open Road; Book of the Night and Another Midsummer Night. Other Goodman credits include Shining City; Passion Play: a cycle in three parts; King Lear; Death of a Salesman; Heartbreak House; The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?; Wit; House; The Young Man from Atlanta; Waiting for Godot; I Am a Man; Richard II; Dancing at Lughnasa; Arcadia; A Christmas Carol and The Gospel at Colonus, among others. Mr. Lynch has worked with such artists as Robert Falls, Frank Galati, Tina Landau, Harold Prince, Steve Scott, Bartlett Sher, Chuck Smith, Daniel Sullivan, Tommy Tune, Noah Racey, Kate Whoriskey, Mary Zimmerman and the late Michael Maggio. For Steppenwolf Theatre Company he stage-managed Intimate Apparel, and served as production stage manager for The Ballad of Little Jo.