MARY BETH FISHER has appeared at Court Theatre in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Angels in America, Three Tall Women, The Year of Magical Thinking (Jeff Award), The Wild Duck, What the Butler Saw, Arcadia, Travesties, and The Importance of Being Earnest. Other Chicago credits include: Blind Date, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, The Little Foxes, Luna Gale, God of Carnage, The Seagull, Rock ‘n’ Roll, The Clean House, Dinner with Friends, Heartbreak House, Spinning into Butter, Boy Gets Girl (Goodman Theatre); Domesticated, Dead Man’s Cell Phone, The Dresser, The Memory of Water (Steppenwolf Theatre Company); White Guy on the Bus (Northlight); The Taming of the Shrew (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); The Laramie Project: Epilogue, Little Dog Laughed, Theatre District (About Face Theatre); The Marriage of Figaro (Remy Bumppo Theatre Company); and Roz and Ray (Victory Gardens Theatre). She has worked in regional theatres all over the country, most recently in the L.A. premiere of Luna Gale (Kirk Douglas Theatre) for which she has been nominated by the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Awards for Best Lead Performance. NY credits include: Frank’s Home (Playwright’s Horizons); Boy Gets Girl (Drama League Honoree, Drama Desk, and Lucile Lortel nominations), The Radical Mystique, By the Sea… (Manhattan Theatre Club); The Night of the Iguana (Roundabout Theatre Company); Extremities (Westside Arts Theatre). TV/Film: Sense8, Chicago Fire, Chicago Code, State of Romance, Without a Trace, Numb3rs, Prison Break, NYPD Blue, Profiler, Early Edition, Formosa Betrayed, Dragonfly, and Trauma. Ms. Fisher received the 2010 Chicago’s Leading Lady Award from the Sarah Siddons Society. She is a Lunt-Fontanne Fellow and was a Beinecke Fellow at Yale University.
Bio as of 2/2018