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Lynn Nottage

Lynn Nottage was born on November 2, 1964 in Brooklyn, New York, USA. She is a producer and writer, known for She's Gotta Have It (2017), Ruined and What We Do Next. See full bio »

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Jump to: Producer | Writer | Director | Thanks | Self
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (6 credits)
  What We Do Next (co-producer) (post-production)
 2021 Takeover (Documentary short) (executive producer)
 2017 She's Gotta Have It (TV Series) (producer - 10 episodes)
- #NolasChoice (3 DA HARD WAY) (2017) ... (producer)
- #ChangeGonCome (GENTRIFICATION) (2017) ... (producer)
- #HeGotItAllMixedUp (DYSLEXIA) (2017) ... (producer)
 2017 This is Reading (Video documentary) (producer)
 2014 First to Fall (Documentary short) (co-producer)
 2014 The Notorious Mr. Bout (Documentary) (executive producer)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

(2014-2015 Season) Her play, "Intimate Apparel," was performed at the Eclipse Theatre Company in Chicago, Illinois with Kelly Owens in the cast. Steve Scott was director. Rachel Lambert was costume designer. See more »

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Lyn Nottage

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Personal Quote:

[on her decision to work in theater, rather than continuing a career in journalism] We all come to those forks in the road. I just loved making theater more than I loved covering stories on a day-to-day basis. There was something about the magic of the theater that enticed me. I could remain in a place of infinite imagination. I felt very confined by journalism. There's a part of me that always ... See more »


Recipient of the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Play as the writer of "Intimate Apparel" (2004) See more »

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