Mary Glen Fredrick is an actor, writer, and filmmaker who grew up tri-coastal, if you count the Missouri River as a beach.
She adored Shakespeare long before appearing in ten of his plays, and has become a trusted collaborator in the development of new work. Mary Glen has both training and onstage experience in mask, commedia dell'arte, and devised processes. Her belief that acting is an exploration of the human condition was forged with a BA in Race and Ethnicity Studies from Stanford University, and refined with an MFA in Acting from UC San Diego.
The third of five children, she's an indiscriminate sleeper, better-than-you’d-expect longboarder, and proud owner of a 1997 half-ton pickup truck.
Machinalia is headed to the Bay Area! Ubuntu Theater Project June 1-11.
More information and tickets: here.
UCSD MFA Showcase:
New York: April 5th @ 1 pm, 4:30 pm, 8 pm.
Los Angeles: April 25th @ 2 pm, 7 pm. For more information and reservations, click here.
MG played Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew(d), an all-female, post-apocalyptic scorcher directed by Kyle Donnelly.
She also graduated.
MG played Helen Jones in Machinalia, a Stephanie del Rosso adaptation of Sophie Treadwell’s Machinal, directed by Will Detlefsen.
MG made her New York debut, playing Terri in David Henry Hwang’s Bondage, directed by Jesca Prudencio for The Drama League’s Directorfest.
get in touch.
Mary Glen loves emails. maryglenfredrick (at) gmail (dot) com