Glenda Donovan


Glenda Donovan

Glenda Donovan is a retired drama teacher who divides her time between Key West and Newburyport, MA. where she acts, directs and adjudicates new plays for two festivals in the Boston area. 

Locally, for Fringe Theater, Glenda has starred as Tallulah Bankhead in Looped and Ruth Steiner in Collected Stories.  Her local directing credits include A Woman of the World, Bloomsday, Golda’s Balcony and the radio play, It’s a Wonderful Life. Glenda is thrilled to be a part of Waterfront Playhouse’s production of Murder on the Orient Express!

Latest News

The latest happenings at The Waterfront Playhouse.

Neil Simon’s Pulitzer Prize Winning Masterpiece to open at Key West’s Waterfront Playhouse

The award winning Waterfront Playhouse on Mallory Square has begun rehearsals for “Lost in Yonkers”- the final selection of their Acclaimed 86th season. This Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play was written by America’s great [...]

Trunk Material 5 comes to Waterfront Playhouse

For one performance only, the historic Waterfront Playhouse on Mallory Square will present the fifth and final [...]