E I N S T E I N !
 
 

Jack Fry, also known as “Mr. Fry” because of a previous work entitled They Call Me Mister Fry, is an award winning playwright, actor, solo artist and fully credentialed teacher who lives in Los Angeles, California.

EINSTEIN! is Jack Fry’s latest creation for the solo world. In 2017, Einstein! was the HIGHEST GROSSING SHOW for the 2017 STEM Fest in NYC which is a theater festival based on science themed works.  It was the only SOLD OUT RUN in the festival where two shows were added.

He was just recently selected as one of the BEST PERFORMANCES from the New York, Delaware, Philadelphia, and New Jersey stages for his 2016 New York performances of Einstein! by DC Metro Theater Arts in Washington, DC.

This past summer, Einstein! was a PICK OF THE FRINGE and an ENCORE WINNER from the 2016 Hollywood International Fringe Festival and selected as TOP 10 SHOWS TO SEE at the 2016 New York International Fringe Festival.  Another distinction includes being selected BEST ACTOR of the London Fringe Festival for his portrayal of Albert Einstein by the London Free Press in Ontario (click here).  During this time, he also received rave reviews whose show was considered one of the best of the festival (click here). 

Einstein! is a labor of love and a project that has been 3 years in the making.

Jack burst out on the solo scene with a one man international hit called They Call Me Mister Fry (click here) which is autobiographical story about his first year teaching 5th grade in South Central Los Angeles.  With over 350 performances, it is described as a “hilarious, tear breaking, yet true story about an intercity teacher.” 

They Call Me Mister Fry is a comedy/drama that has won 7 festival awards, played 3 months off Broadway, performed two Command Performances for the Department of Education in Washington, DC with Arne Duncan in attendance, and even received an endorsement from Stephen Colbert from The Colbert Report.

Jack has starred in various independent films and has been seen in numerous stage productions through out the LA area.  He has trained in the Meinser Technique,The Shakespeare Company, Mark Travis Solo Workshops, Improv with Jeff Michalski, Adam Roake’s Film Acting Lab, and has developed his writing techniques under the tutelage of TV veteran writer/director Tom Blomquist, and vocally coached by Peggy O’Neal.  He has acted in and done voiceover work for over 30 educational films geared towards children and distributed in classrooms nationwide through Media, Inc.