Gloria by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Thursday 9 February, 7pm Guest Night for Members and Supporters
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Monday 13 February, 7pm Post Show Q&A
Friday 17 February, 7pm Captioned Performance
We’re in New York City. It’s the day after an office party. What could possibly go wrong?
Ambitious twentysomethings are working as editorial assistants, scrambling to become editors and sign a book deal before 30. The assistants compete in a toxic, exploitative workplace not unusual in today’s contemporary capitalist world. When the unexpected happens, would you do anything to get your name in print?
Gloria, written by contemporary playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, is a provocative tragicomedy that was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for Drama in 2016.
Themes of gun violence
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