2023 acting stuff:
November 2023: Mary Glen will star opposite Patricia Charbonneau in the short film Sunday, written by Janell Tryon and directed by Janell Tryon and Hannah Caggiano.
July 2023: Understudied five roles and went on as Beulah and Sister Temple in Orpheus Descending at Theatre for a New Audience.
June-July 2023: Acted in the short film Sunset Rock, written and directed by Emrys Eller.
January 2023: Acted in Tantrum East's narrative podcast Murder We Spoke, written by Rachel Bykowski and directed by Lila Rachel Becker.
2022-2023: Mary Glen is awarded Best Performance at Renegade Film Festival, and nominated for Best Actress in a Feature at Garden State Film Festival and for Best Actress at GenreBlast Film Festival, for her performance in STAG.
(PLAY: PLAYWRIGHT, VIDEO DESIGN & VIDEO EDITING)
Edit Annie will receive its West Coast Premiere at Crowded Fire Theater in San Francisco: September-October 2023.
-Edit Annie premiered at The Vortex Theatre in Austin, TX. Directed by Will Detlefsen, Video Design, Cinematography, & Editing by MG.
-Edit Annie named a semifinalist for the Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference
-Edit Annie named a finalist for the Neukom Literary Arts Award for Playwriting
-Edit Annie named a finalist for Leah Ryan's Fund for Emerging Women Writers.
(short film: writer, director, editor)
2023: Mary Glen wrote, directed, and edited M∀GICKY, a short film mockumentary about two teams competing in the National Collegiate Witchcraft Competition. She was awarded a Pano Network Microgrant for the film, and is currently submitting to festivals.
(feature film: Actor)
2022-2023: STAG screens at Soho International Film Festival (Audience Choice Award), Brooklyn Film Festival, Portland Film Festival, Female Eye Film Festival, Portland Horror Film Festival, Atlanta Horror Film Festival, Renegade Film Festival, Soho Horror Film Festival, GenreBlast Film Festival (Best Actress nomination), Garden State Film Festival (Best Actress in a Feature nomination), Renegade Film Festival (Best Performance), San Antonio Film Festival,
"The film follows the exceptionally cast and equally well-acted Mary Glen Fredrick. It turns out Mary Glen is a Toni Collette doppelgänger with wonderful comedic timing and a bottomless barrel of sly looks." -The Scariest Things
"Mary Glen Fredrick is an acting tour-de-force here, with masterful comic and thriller timing." -The Scariest Things
"Mary Glen Fredrick, who blows it out of the water in her feature-length acting debut" -Morbidly Beautiful
"Absolutely the breakout star of this movie." -Victims and Villains
"Mary Glen Fredrick is the emotional anchor for the film...Fredrick's performance juxtaposes with the rest of the cast exceptionally." -Cinefied
been so good
(SHORT film: writer, Actor, producer)
2022: Been So Good screens at Cucalorus Film Festival and Bushwick Film Festival.
(SHORT film script: writer, Actor)