Photos with Irene Glezos
BiographyWashington, District of Columbia, USA
Irene moved to New York City after receiving her BFA in drama from Catholic University in Washington, D.C. She was a founding member of The Flock Theatre Company, becoming its artistic director, helping to develop and produce plays both Off and Off-Off Broadway. She has performed in theaters regionally and Off-Broadway. Read more... Sally in "A Lie of the Mind," Anna in Ron Elisha's "Two" (with Mark Hammer), Kathleen in "Terra Nova," Bo in "Criminal Hearts," and Antigone in "Antigone" at St. John the Divine (directed by Suzanne Shepherd). She has appeared in films including Woody Allen's "Celebrity," "Deadly Obsessions," "Mentor," "Skeleton Woman," "The Bittersons" and the soon to be released "Louder Than Words." She has appeared in numerous television series including "Sex and the City," "Criminal Intent," "Conviction," "Trial by Jury," "Third Watch," and several episodes of "Law and Order." She has written and performed her own work, including a full length play called "The Crossing" about a brother and sister caught in the years of the fascist regime in Greece, and a solo play called "Y," co-created and directed by Brad Calcaterra, about the mysterious death of Marilyn Monroe. Most recently, Irene played Lady Torrance in Tennessee Williams' "Orpheus Descending" in 2010 and 2011 in Provincetown at the Tennessee Williams Festival followed by a 3-city tour in 2012. In August, 2013 she played Maria Callas in Terrence McNally's "Master Class" at the Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice directed by Shauna Kanter, and subsequently played the role again in Westport at the Music Theatre of Connecticut Mainstage directed by Kevin Connors for which she was nominated for Outstanding Leading Actress in a Play by the Connecticut Critics Circle. Most recently, she played Gertrude Eastman Cuevas in "In the Summerhouse" by Jane Bowles and directed by David Kaplan at the Tennessee Williams Festival in Provincetown.