She also recently directed and choreographed a new production of The Seven Deadly Sins for the New York City Ballet with Patti LuPone in the role of Anna 1. Lynne has also directed shows Off-Broadway and in regional theater. Her choreography can be seen in feature films Footloose and My Blue Heaven and in Disney's stage show, Aladdin, at the Hyperion Theatre in California. She also choreographed two hit shows on Broadway, Chess and Titanic. Off-Broadway, she directed Theda Bara and the Frontier Rabbi, Marie Jones’ Women on the Verge… at Irish Arts, Darlene Love: Portrait of a Singer at the Bottom Line, 20th Century Pop at the Rainbow and Stars, and was the original director of the Korean import, Cookin’, at the Minetta Lane. She directed a play entitled Your Simone at the Culture Project; and Boxes and Asking for It at the New York Fringe Festival. Regional shows include Tintypes at Hartford Stage and the Old Globe, Opal at George Street Playhouse and the Lyric Theatre, Flight of the Lawnchair Man for the Goodspeed Opera House, Hats in Chicago and Girl’s Room starring Donna McKechnie and Carol Lawrence in New York and Los Angeles. Her dance works have been commissioned by New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, Hubbard Street Dance Company, Pacific Northwest Ballet and numerous companies throughout the world. She is the resident guest choreographer of the Carolina Ballet. Broadcasts of her work have been seen on Live from Lincoln Center, Live from the San Francisco Opera House and on UNCTV. She is presently working on Queen Mother and Distant Thunder, a show she wrote with son Shaun Taylor-Corbett set on the Blackfeet Reservation.
has been nominated for Tony Awards and a Drama Desk Award for Broadway’s Swing!, and received Drama Desk and Lortel nominations for My Vaudeville Man and Wanda’s World. This past season she directed and choreographed Cougar the Musical, currently enjoying a successful run at St. Luke’s Theatre.