Patrick Mulryan is an actor, teacher, and director based in New York City. His production of Raison d’être: an Evening of Pirandello on which he served as director and adaptor played this Fall at Theatre 71. Last summer he directed Goblin Market (J Jewell Productions, LLC) in New York at 59E59 and abroad at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival. As an actor, he appeared in Fiasco Theater's acclaimed production of Into the Woods in London at the Menier Chocolate Factory as well as in New York at The Roundabout Theatre (Lortel Award for Outstanding Revival) and on tour (LA Drama Critics Award). Other performance credits include: Fiasco's Cymbeline (Barrow Street, TFANA); Bum Phillips: All-American Opera (La MaMa); As You Like It (Happy Few Theatre Company, NYIT Award Nomination); Fiasco’s Into the Woods (McCarter, Old Globe); Cabaret and Importance of Being Earnest (Trinity Rep); Chain of Fools (Guthrie). Patrick is core faculty (Voice and Speech) at the Tom Todoroff Conservatory in New York City and adjunct faculty in the Brooklyn College MFA Acting Program. He has been a guest lecturer in Voice and Speech at Pace, SUNY Purchase, and Fordham. He has developed work with Tectonic Theater Project, TFANA, Fiasco, Lark, New Georges, and at the O'Neill Center (NMTC). Patrick received his MFA in Acting from Brown University/Trinity Rep. Other training includes: Moscow Art Theatre (NTI), Oberlin College (BA), and Guthrie Experience for Actors in Training (GEx 13). Patrick is a member of The Actors Center resident company, the National Alliance of Acting Teachers, and VASTA.