about MG.

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 more recently become a trusted collaborator in the development of new work. She 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 ex-owner of a 1997 half-ton pickup truck.

Management: Cyd LeVin & Associates. Cyd LeVin & Harold Lewter. 646.476.2668.


updates.

August 2017:
Machinalia is headed to New York! Performances will be at JACK in Brooklyn this August. Stay tuned for more.

June 2017:
Thrilled to be making the move to New York City. Signed with Cyd LeVin & Associates, and couldn’t be happier.

June 2017:
Machinalia is playing in the Bay Area! Reprised the role of the Young Woman in this expressionistic adaptation of Sophie Treadwell’s Machinal at Ubuntu Theater Project June 1-11.
More information: here.

March 2017:
Played Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew(d), an all-female, post-apocalyptic scorcher directed by Kyle Donnelly.
Also, graduated.

January 2017:
Played the Young Woman in the first iteration of Machinalia, a Stephanie del Rosso adaptation of Sophie Treadwell’s Machinal, directed by Will Detlefsen. The play premiered at UC San Diego’s IDEAS Festival.

December 2016:
New York debut made, playing Terri in David Henry Hwang’s Bondage, directed by Jesca Prudencio for The Drama League’s Directorfest.


written about.

“Playing the role of Petruchio…is third-year MFA actor Mary Glen Fredrick, as appealing a tamer as one could wish, all swashbuckler and endearingly gauche masculinity. It’s quite obvious that Kate’s in love at first sight and so was I.”
-Charlene Baldridge, The Taming of the Shrew(d)

“…special consideration must be given…to actor Mary Glen Fredrick, who was able to describe the contents of Hattie’s heart better than I ever could.”
-David Jacobi, Widower

“Mary Glen Fredrick (does) a wonderful job of conveying the soul-killing nature of (her) living and working environment…”
“…Mary Glen Fredrick again, in a first-rate emotional turn…”
-Pat Launer, Sin Eaters and Other People


get in touch.

Mary Glen loves emails.
maryglenfredrick (at) gmail (dot) com