acting.​​​​​​​
footage
reel:
the straights trailer:
production photos
Goneril // Young Jean Lee's LEAR
Goneril // Young Jean Lee's LEAR
Nina // The Straights
Nina // The Straights
Petruchio // The Taming of the Shrew(d)
Petruchio // The Taming of the Shrew(d)
Colombina (The Venetian Twins)
Colombina (The Venetian Twins)
Ethel Rosenberg // Angels in America: Perestroika
Ethel Rosenberg // Angels in America: Perestroika
Hattie // Widower
Hattie // Widower
Petruchio // The Taming of the Shrew(d)
Petruchio // The Taming of the Shrew(d)
Colombina // The Venetian Twins
Colombina // The Venetian Twins
Young Woman // MACHINALIA
Young Woman // MACHINALIA
Terri // Bondage
Terri // Bondage
Hattie // Widower
Hattie // Widower
Nina // The Straights
Nina // The Straights
Young Woman // MACHINALIA
Young Woman // MACHINALIA
Jane Sparks // Vieux Carré
Jane Sparks // Vieux Carré
Mercutio // Romeo and Juliet
Mercutio // Romeo and Juliet
Young Woman // MACHINALIA
Young Woman // MACHINALIA
Varya // The Cherry Orchard
Varya // The Cherry Orchard
Photos by Jim Carmody, Jennifer Hammer, Richard Termine
headshots
headshots by Michael Levy
portraits etc.
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
Patrick Domingo photography
photos by Patrick Domingo
reviews
“The director Will Detlefsen does strong work with his cast, which has several stand-outs...Fredrick, in the showier role, is a syringe of adrenaline."
“Mary Glen Fredrick as the aggressive, obnoxious Nina is the star of this production…the fact that Ms. Fredrick was able to deliver a five-minute screed with alacrity, and have it make sense, was astounding…Even when she listened to other characters’ speeches, nose buried in her omnipresent smartphone, I caught her casting wicked glances at key moments, nose wrinkled, hand twitching, at the speaker. With that level of skill and professionalism, Ms. Fredrick should have any kind of theater career she wants.”
“Fredrick nails it; her Nina knows when she’s approaching self-parody and lives in that space without ever denying the genuine emotions underneath or the complexity of living simultaneously in the physical and the digital worlds.”
“Mary Glen Fredrick’s portrayal of Nina stands out for most of the show, as she manages to depict a young adult obsessed with selfies and Instagram in a manner that is humorous without being too stereotypical…the final conversation between the two overshadows all else as the most thought-provoking and relatable moment of the whole show.”
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