Winner of OTAS Best Actress Award -- On Golden Pond


Winner of Spokane’s Critic Circle Award for Best Actress -- Collected Stories

Every day of my life I have been lucky to have been involved in theatre.


As an actor, I have performed with University of Montana Drama Dept., Montana Repertory Theatre, Bigfork Summer Playhouse, Riverfront Summer Playhouse, The Gathering at Bigfork, The Colony in Missoula, Glacier Symphony, Great Falls Symphony, Spokane Interplayers, aRT of Northwest, Whitefish Theatre Co. and Port Polson Players.  


Portland performance credits include work with Artists Rep, Profile Theatre, Theatre Vertigo, Coho Productions, Lights Up! Productions, Lakewood Theatre, Mt. Hood Summer Rep., Many Hats Collaboration, The Bluestockings and Oregon Children's Theatre.


I have performed the solo show, The Belle of Amherst, extensively in the Pacific Northwest, Montana, Minnesota and Alberta.


I share a full life with Steve Young - my love and partner for life.



"Dodge's wife, Halie on the contrary never stops trying to veil the truth, and Jane Fellows splendidly conveys this dimension of the character.  Whether it be by the smooth flow with which Fellows maintains the barrage of words that Halie often uses to avoid dangerous conversation, or the overly sunny optimism that characterizes many of these speeches, or the ease with which Fellows portrays Halie's protean nature (shifting tones instantaneously and thus keeping characters like the apparent intruder Shelly off guard) -- Fellows' Halie encloses herself in a cocoon of self-assuring lies." -- The Oregonian


"Graham's well-shaded characters receive nuanced performances from a trio of seasoned actors."

-- Portland Monthly


"Jane Fellows gives Peg a complexity beyond the "good wife" cliches."

-- Willamette Week



“It is Jane Fellows as the modern-day Betty who is given the verbal expression in the beautiful speech that ends the play.  She delivers it with a grace that brings tears of sympathy and compassion.”

-- The Oregonian


"...Elucidated by Jane Fellows in a show-stealing monologue”

-- Willamette Week


“It’s Fellows’ final monologue about finding herself in an act of defiant self-love that makes this production cross the line from good to gold.”

-- Portland Mercury


“Fellows deftly evokes the unsettling range of emotions along the way – fear, surprise, freedom and the sorrow of realizing all that time and change take away.” -- The Oregonian


“Fellows sweetly and desperately convinces us that before she dies, she must leave Houston and return home.”

-- Willamette Week


"Jane Fellows as Mrs. Tilford is wonderful, combining grandmotherly indulgence and imperious righteousness into one believable package."

-- Portland Quarterly



”... Brilliant throughout.  She summoned up one last harrowing tempest of outrage in the final scene, which was at once heartbreaking and exhilarating.”

-- Spokesman Review


“Fellows carried herself with such authority that I completely believed her.”  “Fellows last scene is really spectacular.”

-- Inlander



“Fellows delivers a brilliant and nuanced performance as Emily Stilson.  She is radiant in the scenes in which she dreams of her past as an aviatrix and wing-walker, reveling in the freedom of the wind.”

-- Spokesman Review

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