Gloria

Gloria

by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

16 June — 21 July 2018

Southbank Theatre, The Sumner

Editorial assistant Dean stumbles into work, hungover from last night’s mortifying party at Gloria’s house. Surrounded by his ambitious co-workers in their Manhattan magazine office, the only thing that matters is how fast you can climb the journalistic ladder of success and get your name in print. Today is just another ordinary day, until suddenly it’s not and the stakes for who gets the story become higher than ever.

Approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes, with an interval.

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Callan Colley

Callan Colley

Miles / Shawn / Rashaad

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Jordan Fraser-Trumble

Dean / Devin

Jane Harber

Jane Harber

Ani / Sasha / Callie

Aileen Huynh

Aileen Huynh

Kendra / Jenna

Lisa McCune

Lisa McCune

Gloria / Nan

Peter Paltos

Peter Paltos

Lorin

Lee Lewis

Lee Lewis

Director

Christina Smith

Christina Smith

Set & Costume Designer

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Paul Jackson

Lighting Designer

Russell Goldsmith

Russell Goldsmith

Composer & Sound Designer

Anna McCrossin-Owen

Anna McCrossin-Owen

Voice & Dialect Coach

More Information

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ explosive Pulitzer Prize finalist Gloria is a fresh and surprising new satire that takes a scathing look at office politics, our exploitative, media-saturated age and holds up a cracked mirror to American culture. This Australian premiere is directed by Lee Lewis (Hay Fever) featuring a favourite of stage and screen, Lisa McCune (Cabaret) like you’ve never seen her before, with Callan Colley (Three Sisters), Jordan Fraser-Trumble(The Legend of Ben Hall), Jane Harber (Offspring), Aileen Huynh (Cleverman) and Peter Paltos (Minnie & Liraz).

You can also download a copy of the show programme for Gloria before you head to the theatre, and a range of other information about the show – ranging from interviews to podcasts – can be found throughout the season here at mtc.com.au/backstage.

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair Accessible

  • Hearing Assistance