Former AGCC Studio Artist
Kelly Flynn is a Long Beach-based writer/director. He was a founding member and later Artistic Director of The Hunger Artists Theatre Company, one of Orange County’s premier storefront theaters. While with The Hunger Artists, Flynn was known for his off-kilter reconsiderations of the classics, including an all-male Importance of Being Earnest and a production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night set in the adult film industry, as well as his blood-drenched contributions to the company’s annual Grand Guignol Halloween shows. Flynn has written professionally for numerous arts organizations, including ABT, Yale Rep and the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. He and his wife Shannon recently began an online comedy series, Voodoo Skidoo.