“The bitingly funny and fierce Gloria is one of the year’s best shows…Gloria is an adrenaline rush of a show, but it also makes you think. Let’s just say it hits the bull’s-eye.” —Elisabeth Vincentelli, New York Post
“Funny, blistering tragicomedy…along with a delightfully omnipresent, biting wit…You’ll be unsettled by Gloria, perhaps even haunted.” —Peter Marks, Washington Post
An ambitious group of editorial assistants at a prestigious Manhattan-based literary magazine are each chasing the same dream: a life as successful writers—and to get out of their cubicles before they turn thirty. When a regular day at the office suddenly becomes anything but, the stakes for who will get to tell the career-making story are higher than ever.
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins is a Brooklyn-based writer and award-winning theater artist. His other plays include Girls, Everybody, War, Appropriate, An Octoroon, and Neighbors. He teaches at The University of Texas at Austin.