This razor-sharp comic drama follows a group of ruthless editorial assistants at a notorious Manhattan magazine—all vying for their bosses' jobs and a book deal before they turn 30. When a mundane workday of cubicles and Starbucks becomes anything but, the stakes for who will get to tell their story become higher than ever. Obie Award-winner Jacobs-Jenkins (Appropriate, An Octoroon) makes another theatrical splash with this spot-on, bitingly funny commentary on American society, personal tragedy, and the ever-ravenous media machine.
2016 PULITZER PRIZE FINALIST
"Sharp, witty and inventive and hinges on a coup it would be criminal to reveal." The Guardian
"Keeps us constantly guessing where it's headed, Gloria is a work not to be easily forgotten." Hollywood Reporter
"Shocking, hilarious and spectacularly honest." Chicago Tribune