Lynn Mahoney Rowan did numerous productions with NEYT including Much Ado About Nothing way back in the early years when it was performed (I don't remember the exact year but you can probably look it up), The Fantastics, and King Lear which traveled to and performed in England. She has performed in the NEYT aumni shows Tartuf and Red Noses.
Lynn graduated from Marlboro College in May 2009 with a BA in Music and Theater / performance studies, where she acted, designed and directed many shows. Notably, she performed in a musical adaptation of Tennessee William's The Glass Menagerie, called "Blue Roses;" lighting designed "Angels in America Part I;" acted in an adaptation of Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus;" and musically adapted, designed and directed Sarah Ruhl's "Eurydice."
However, over the years her work has been focusing more on music–as a singer and choral leader. Lynn sung with Julia Slone Roberts' women's a capela group, "The Five O'Clock Belles" for a number of years; co-founded and directed the Marlboro World Music Ensemble at Marlboro College; taught a harmony singing exploratory at the Compass School; and currently sings in the trio "Windborne," performs regularly with "Northern Harmony"–a world music chorus, and teaches for the organization "Village Harmony."
Lynn recently married Will Thomas Rowan, who has been her singing partner for many years, September 13th, 2009