bio.
Mary Glen is an actor, writer, and filmmaker. She hails (proudly) from Kansas City, did her schooling in California, and currently resides in New York, so let's go ahead and say she's tricoastal. She is in love with the creative process, and finds deep joy in collaboration. 
She's the third of five kids, probably would love a nap, and definitely wants to dance.
You can call her MG.
recently/ahead.
July 2019: MG spent a glorious week in the (kind-of) wilderness enjoying nature, making friends, and developing work with the amazing folks at Fresh Ground Pepper.
June 2019: MG directed and edited the music video to Lizzie No's new single "Narcissus." Check out the video premiere and interview over at Vents Magazine, and the vid at Billboard.
June 2019: Check MG out as Skater Girl in the new OnePlus/T-Mobile commercial created by the awesome folks at Ruckus.
May 2019: MG directed and edited the music video to Noelle Tannen's "Ride U Slo." Some nice people at The Vinyl District said, "the sweaty, tongue in cheek video, directed and edited by Mary Glen Fredrick, depicts a hilariously defective group workout routine and is a perfect accompaniment to the zesty single."
April 2019: MG directed and edited Lauren EJ Hamilton's dance|music video to "Here I am" by Al Green (their sixth dance|choreo|film collaboration together).
September 2018-January 2019: MG made her Off Broadway debut, playing Rosaline in Love's Labour's Lost. The team was nominated for a Drama Desk Award, for "Unique Theatrical Experience."
May 2018: MG traveled to California and workshopped The Amelia Project, directed by Kim Rubinstein. She performed as Amelia Earhart and served as a writer on the piece.
April-May 2018: MG began work on NOHING, a documentary dance theatre piece directed by Jesca Prudencio for People of Interest. This piece uses personal testimony and Noh movement to explore the experience of sexual assault in public spaces.
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