The Glory of Living
Sharing a drab Alabama trailer with her mother (who works as a prostitute) and a flickering television, 15 year-old Lisa is over looked by life. When the charming and enigmatic Clint takes an interest, her world rapidly and irreversibly descends into unimaginable darkness. Scooping ‘Best Play’ and ‘Best Playwright’ awards on both sides of the Atlantic, The Glory Of Living
confirmed Rebecca Gilman as one of theatre’s most daring and accomplished voices. Savage and disturbing, this incendiary drama lures both its audience and its cohort of unsettling characters into the most brutal fringes of human existence.
Archive :: production:T935519574, play:S1865309385, venue:V382