This entire website showcases the solo theater experience, performances, reviews and educational services offered by Glynn Borders. Please visit The Enforcer, Sleep Well and One’s Expression Solo Show Workshop.
GLYNN BORDERS is a New York based theatrical artist. His current show, THE ENFORCER was well-received by an enthusiastic audience at the 2017 United Solo Theater Festival. United Solo is the largest solo festival in the world. Glynn won rave reviews for his solo psychological thriller, in 2015, while performing in the Midtown International Theater Festival. On July, 15, Natasha Dawsen of OuterStage.wordpress.com stated; “Glynn Borders In A Tour De Enforcer.” David Gordon of TheaterMania raved, “Borders’ tale seems almost scarily true-to-life and his performance is captivating.” July 28, 2015. 

Glynn’s solo show, SLEEP WELL, won Outstanding New Script, in 2014, also, in the Midtown International Theater Festival. SLEEP WELL, a creepy comedy challenging sleep paralysis, was nominated for Outstanding Solo Performance, Outstanding Direction and Outstanding Production. SLEEP WELL was also performed the Stevenson Event Center, University of California at Santa Cruz.

Glynn performed, PIPELAYERS UNION, at the Plus One Solo Show Festival in 2013. A coming of age story where Glynn plays six characters.
On September 1, 2016, Glynn retired as the Special Effects Director for the LATE SHOW with Stephen Colbert. Prior to that, he worked with David Letterman for twenty-one years. As a member of the stagehand’s union, Local One, Glynn supervised effects on other TV shows including, Saturday Night Live, Conan O’Brien and Rosie O’Donnell. He is honored to have worked on several Broadway Shows as well. Glynn is a member of the Dramatist Guild.

Mr. Borders is also the writer/director, for THE DARK STAR FROM HARLEM, a non-traditional musical about 19 year old Josephine Baker. A review from Jerry Tallmer, of the New York Post claimed; “Any sane producer in his right mind would whip it up to Broadway before I can finish the sentence.” October, 2, 1990. Glynn is looking to revive this show in 2018.

Glynn Borders studied theater at the Boars Head Theater company in Lansing, Michigan, the Hartman Theater Conservatory in Stamford, Connecticut, (Artistic director, Gene Frankel) and the Gene Frankel Theater, New York, New York. Glynn also participated in the playwright’s workshop at the New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theater, led by Ed Bullins. Glynn studied solo performance with Matt Hoverman.
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