"Ask five people what the play Gloria is about and they will probably give you five different answers.
That’s because each of us views the play, and life in general, through the lens of our own experiences. That was one of the many subtexts in this complex and engaging drama.
The play is set in a cubicle farm in a magazine, but could just as could just as easily be in any office anywhere in America." Lorraine Ball
Run time approximately 2 hours with short intermission at 8:30
TRIGGER WARNING ; 'Gloria' comes with a trigger warning and loud noisesL A trigger warning is an alert from us to you that this play may contain material that could be psychologically triggering for an audience member. The term is intentionally broad to avoid spoilers. It may encompass any number of acts including sexual assault, explicit drug use, combat reenactment, suicide, hate crimes, gun violence, domestic abuse and more. American Lives Theatre cares deeply for the integrity of our plays and also the safety of our audience members. For that reason, we will always alert you when there is a trigger warning. If you are concerned that this may affect you, please contact Artistic Director Chris Saunders at firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to any volunteer at the theater. We are of course happy to elaborate on the content of the play on an individual basis so you can make an informed decision.
Read the Reviews
On the Aisle with Tom Alvarez - AMERICAN LIVES THEATRE MAKES ITS FORMIDABLE DEBUT WITH ‘GLORIA’
Plays with John and Wendy - Intense drama - Includes nightly talkback.
IndyFringe Talks: Lorraine Ball - Office Culture Gone Bad