2014 Teen West Playwright
2012 Season Playwright (Continuum)
Patrick Wohlmut is an actor and playwright. His most recent stage role was as Harry Berlin in Mt. Hood Repertory's production of Luv, where he also played Colm in Sea Marks. Other favorite roles include Vaughn in In Apparati, for Defunkt Theater; Faust in Faust. Us., for Stark Raving Theater; Peter Austin in It's Only a Play, for Profile Theater; Sebastian in Twelfth Night, for Portland Actors Ensemble; Ted in Three Plays Five Lives, for Liminal Performance Group; Miles in The Drawer Boy, for Artists Repertory Theater, which starred William Hurt; and Todd in Earth Stories, for VERB: Literature in Performance, a role that earned him a Portland Drama Critics' Circle Award for Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role. As a writer, two of his short plays - The Surrogate Mothers and K-PAN - were featured in Portland State University's New Plays Festival in 2002, and he was a featured writer for Bump in the Road Theater's 2004 original production, (Old Age Ain't) No Place For Sissies. Patrick is a winner of the 2001 Art Kreisman Award for Creative Writing from Southern Oregon University, and was awarded a Sloan Foundation New Science Initiative commission for his play, Continuum, in 2007. Patrick is a former member of Portland Center Stage's playwrights' unit, PlayGroup.