Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' "Gloria"
Gloria opens in a Manhattan magazine publishing office, in an environment as combustive as an on-going Twitter thread. Headed by boomer-era editors and run by (elder) Millennial assistants and hopeful Gen Z interns, Gloria follows survivors in the aftermath of an office shooting. In an era of #representationmatters, the play is also about the voices which get amplified in the aftermath of traumatic events and asks: who’s the most culturally permissive voice to tell that story?
Brandan Jacobs-Jenkins is a Guggenheim Fellow and Obie Award-winning playwright. Gloria was a finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Written by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
A Thesis Production directed by Michael Page
$15 -- Students (with a valid CUNY ID)
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