Amy Glazer has directed numerous world, American and West Coast premieres. Recent productions include The Model Apartment at Traveling Jewish Theatre and Animals Out of Paper, Shining City, and The Scene at SF Playhouse where she is the Associate Artistic Director. For Magic Theatre, where Glazer was an associate artist for a decade, her work included: The God Of Hell, written by Sam Shepard; The Crowd You're In With, The Sweetest Swing in Baseball, Blue Surge, and The American in Me, written by Rebecca Gilman; Drifting Elegant and Tape, written by Stephen Belber; and Wyoming, written by Barry Gifford. For Marin Theatre Company, Amy has directed What The Butler Saw, Frozen, Displaced, Life x 3, My Old Lady, The Music Lesson, Misalliance, Candida and Indiscretions. She has also directed plays for Eureka Theatre, TheatreWorks, and the Assembly Theatre at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland.

Glazerís short film, Ball Lightning, premiered at the Locarno International Film Festival, and her feature film, Drifting Elegant, premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival and is being distributed by Cinetic Media and is available via VOD, Netflix and Amazon. Seducing Charlie Barker written by Theresa Rebeck, premiered at the San Francisco International Film Festival this past year. All three films were developed from plays she had previously directed.

Amy Glazer is a theatre and film professor at San Jose State University, and heads the Theatre Arts Area.