Performing Experience

Bette Glenn won scholarships singing Puccini, played Broadway in IRENE, worked opposite Madeline Kahn, and Barry Bostwick in SHE LOVES ME at NYC's Town Hall, received glowing reviews  in Variety and the New York Times for her work Off Broadway, played the cabaret circuit with her club act, sold detergent, pancakes and Jello in national television commercials, wrote a screenplay that was optioned, was a regular at the IMPROV in NYC, on a bill with Jerry Seinfeld and made Lily Tomlin laugh as a stand-up comic at the COMEDY STORE in LA.  Bette earned membership in the professional unions AEA, SAG-AFTRA, AGVA.*  For photos, click here.

During her 20 year career in Show Business, Bette worked in the following professional arenas:

Bette performing at Town Hall NYC in She Loves Me with Rita Moreno, Madeline Kahn, and Barry Bostwick, 1979.

Bette performing at Town Hall NYC in She Loves Me with Rita Moreno, Madeline Kahn, and Barry Bostwick, 1979.

  • Broadway
  • Off Broadway
  • National Tours
  • Regional Theater
  • Dinner Theater
  • Summer Stock
  • Cabaret Act
  • Television Commercials
  • Radio Voice Overs
  • Classical Soloist Church
  • Soloist Weddings & Funerals
  • Comedy Group
  • Improvisation
  • Stand Up Comedy

*AEA (Actors Equity Association)
SAG-AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television & Radio Artists)
AGVA (American Guild of Variety Artists)


Bette Glenn at The Smithsonian, 1978*

*In the archives at The Smithsonian Institute.