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Gloria: A Life

Gloria: A Life

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History. Her story. Our story.

This new play about Gloria Steinem and the women she has partnered with in a decades-long fight for equality is brought to life by a dynamic ensemble of performers. Fifty years after Gloria began raising her voice and championing those of others, her vision is as urgent as ever. Gloria’s belief in talking circles as a catalyst for change offers us all a path forward. The first act is Gloria’s story; the second is our own.

This production includes strong language, mature themes, and discussions of sexual harassment and domestic violence.

Written by Emily Mann
Directed by Diane Paulus
In association with the McCarter Theatre Center by special arrangement with Daryl Roth

Notable dates

Opening Night: 1/30
ASL Interpreted: 2/16 at 2PM & 2/19 at 7:30PM
Audio Described2/28 at 7:30PM & 2/29 at 2PM
Open Captioned: 2/20 at 7:30PM & 2/22 at 2PM
Sensory Friendly: 2/29 at 2PM

Community Engagement and Production Sponsor
Allison Johnson
Corporate Education Sponsor
Bank of America

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Creative Team

Writer

Emily Mann

Writer

Emily Mann

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. Emily Mann is a multi-award winning playwright and director in her thirtieth and final season as Artistic Director and Resident Playwright of McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton, NJ. Plays: Having Our Say, adapted from the book by Sarah L. Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany with Amy Hill Hearth; Execution of Justice; Still Life; Annulla, An Autobiography; Greensboro (A Requiem); Meshugah; Mrs. Packard; and Hoodwinked (a Primer on Radical Islamism). Adaptations: Baby Doll, Scenes from a Marriage, Uncle Vanya, The Cherry Orchard, A Seagull in the Hamptons, The House of Bernarda Alba, and Antigone. Currently in development: The Pianist. Gloria: A Life opened McCarter’s season this year after a successful run in New York at The Daryl Roth Theatre. Awards: Peabody, Hull Warriner, NAACP, seven Obies, Guggenheim; Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations; a Princeton University Honorary Doctorate of Arts, a Helen Merrill Distinguished Playwrights’ Award, and the Margo Jones Award, given to a “citizen-of-the-theatre who has demonstrated a lifetime commitment to the encouragement of the living theatre everywhere.” This past June, she was awarded the TCG Visionary Leadership Award. In November 2019, Ms. Mann was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame.

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Director

Diane Paulus

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Director

Diane Paulus

Diane Paulus is the Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director of the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University. A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life, Jagged Little Pill (currently on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre), ExtraOrdinary, The White Card, In the Body of the World, Waitress (currently in London’s West End and on US national tour), Crossing, Finding Neverland (currently on US national tour), Witness Uganda, Pippin (Tony Award, Best Revival and Best Director), The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Tony Award, Best Revival; NAACP Award, Best Direction), Prometheus Bound, Death and the Powers: The Robots’ Opera, Best of Both Worlds, The Donkey Show. Other recent work includes Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna (currently on tour), Invisible Thread at Second Stage, and the Public Theater’s Tony Award-winning revival of HAIR on Broadway and London’s West End. As an opera director, her credits include The Magic Flute, the complete Monteverdi cycle, and the trio of Mozart-Da Ponte operas. Paulus is Professor of the Practice of Theater in Harvard University’s English Department and Department of Theater, Dance & Media. She was selected for Boston Magazine’s 2018 list of Boston’s 100 most influential people, the 2014 Time 100, Time magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world, and as one of Variety’s “Trailblazing Women in Entertainment for 2014.”

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Scenic Designer

Amy Rubin

Scenic Designer

Amy Rubin

A.R.T: Gloria: A Life. Amy is a designer of environments for theater, opera, dance, and live events. Off-Broadway: Octet, Thom Pain (based on nothing), Signature; Gloria: A Life, Daryl Roth Theatre; Miles for Mary, Playwrights Horizons; All the Fine Boys, The New Group; Aging Magician, New Victory Theater; Ike at Night, Public Theater Under the Radar Festival; The Wholehearted, Abrons. New York: Mönster Outside, Sidra Bell Dance; Quiet, Comfort, JACK. Regional: Cyrano, Goodspeed; Mahagonny/​Medium, Philadelphia Opera/​Curtis; Acquanetta, Prototype/​Bard SummerScape. Her designs have been at La Jolla, Walker Arts Center, MASS MoCA, Z Space, The Kimmel Center, Baryshnikov Arts Center, Bushwick Starr, HERE, The Flea, Cherry Lane, 3LD, and numerous TED Talks.

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Costume Designer

Jessica Jahn

Costume Designer

Jessica Jahn

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. New York: Gloria: A Life, Daryl Roth Theatre; Love, Loss and What I Wore, Westside Theatre; One Night… (world premiere), Cherry Lane; Die Mommie Die! (Lucille Lortel Award), New World Stages; Monodramas, Mosè in Egitto, New York City Opera. Regional: Once On This Island, Paper Mill Playhouse; Dead Man Walking, Washington National Opera; Norma (Dora Mavor Moore Award), Canadian Opera Company, Lyric Opera of Chicago; Life Is a Dream (world premiere), Santa Fe Opera; Carousel, Siege of Calais, Glimmerglass Festival; Anna Bolena, Lyric Opera of Chicago; The Manchurian Candidate (world premiere), Maria Stuarda, Seattle Opera; Moby Dick, Utah Opera; West Side Story, Houston Grand Opera. International: Norma, Gran Teatre del Liceu; Don Bucefalo, Wexford Opera Festival. Upcoming: Rigoletto, La Favorite, Houston Grand Opera; Blue, Lyric Opera of Chicago. Ms. Jahn is an Adjunct Costume Design Professor with Brandeis University’s Theater Arts Department.

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Lighting Designer

Jason Lyons

Lighting Designer

Jason Lyons

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. Broadway: Hand to God, On the Town, Bronx Bombers, Let It Be, Bring It On, Rock of Ages, The Threepenny Opera, Barefoot in the Park, Good Vibrations. Off-Broadway: Kings, Dry Powder, Barbecue, Public Theater; Sugar in Our Wounds, MTC. Regional: Austen’s Pride, 5th Avenue Theatre; Skylight, Gloria: A Life, McCarter Theatre Center; Dear Jack, Dear Louise, Junk, Arena Stage; Familiar, Robin Hood!, Red Velvet, Old Globe. TV: “Fosse/​Verdon” (final two episodes). Honors: Obie Award for Sustained Excellence in Lighting Design.

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Co-Sound Designer

Robert Kaplowitz

Andrea Allmond

Co-Sound Designer

Robert Kaplowitz

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. Robert has spent the last twenty-five years designing sound and composing music for theater, and has been honored with an Obie for Sustained Excellence in Sound Design and a Tony for Fela! His musical Minors premiered at the Lantern Theater in Philadelphia; he also creates installation art, runs Nine Hostage Arts in Philly, teaches at Princeton, is an ambassador for the Prague Quadrennial, and loves his family more than anything else.

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Co-Sound Designer

Andrea Allmond

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. Andrea is a Los Angeles-based sound designer and composer. Off-Broadway: Gloria: A Life. Tours: Something Rotten (Assistant Audio), First National. Regional: Twelfth Night, Bella: An American Tall Tale (Associate Sound Designer), The Book Club Play (Associate Sound Designer), Dallas Theater Center; As You Like It, The Winter’s Tale, Public Works Dallas, Dallas Theater Center; Once (Associate Sound Designer), The Velveteen Rabbit (Assistant Designer), South Coast Rep; Ann (Associate Designer), Arena Stage; Famous, The 11:11 in West Hollywood. Education/Training: MFA, Sound Design, University of California Irvine.

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Projection Designer

Elaine J. McCarthy

Projection Designer

Elaine J. McCarthy

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life, Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education. Ms. McCarthy’s background in photography, film, and architecture has led to a twenty-five-year, worldwide career as an award-winning projection designer for live performance, including theater, dance, concerts, and opera. Career highlights include: Broadway: Wicked, Spamalot, Assassins, Into the Woods, Thurgood. Off-Broadway: Notes from the Field, Frequency Hopping (Scenic and Projection Design), Distracted (Scenic and Projection Design), Embedded. Opera: Iolanta, Everest, Tristan und Isolde, Moby Dick, Cold Mountain, Mazeppa, Dead Man Walking, War and Peace. The 2018-19 theater season had her working on three new Off-Broadway collaborations, all focusing on the lives of women.

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Co-Wig Designer

Carissa Thorlakson

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. Carissa is a New Jersey- based wig and makeup designer. Off-Broadway: Grand Hotel, Little Rock. Regional: A Christmas Carol (2013-2019), Simpatico, The Mousetrap, All the Days, The Gods of Comedy, McCarter Theatre Center (six seasons); Old Globe; Temple University; Olney Theatre Center; University of Delaware Resident Ensemble Players; The American Repertory Ballet; NewArts group, Newtown, CT; Santa Fe Opera (wig and makeup artist); Sarasota Opera; Kennedy Center; Shakespeare Theatre Company; Signature Theatre; Round House Theatre. Carissa also creates custom medical wigs, cosplay wigs, and teaches classes in wigs and makeup.

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Co-Wig Designer

Anne Ford-Coates

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. Broadway: Oklahoma!, The Nap, Frozen, A Bronx Tale, On Your Feet!, Disaster!, It Shoulda Been You, On the Twentieth Century. Off-Broadway: The Wolves, Playwrights Realm, Lincoln Center; Mary Page Marlowe, Second Stage. Opera: Fellow Travelers, Prototype Festival; Silent Night, The Atlanta Opera; Guilty Mother, On Site Opera; Lost in the Stars, Candide, Glimmerglass Festival; Dead Man Walking, Appomattox, Wagner’s Ring Cycle, Washington National Opera.

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Casting

Tara Rubin Casting

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life, SIX, The Shape She Makes, Marie Antoinette. Broadway/​National Tours: Ain’t Too Proud, King Kong, The Band’s Visit, Prince of Broadway, Indecent, Bandstand, Sunset Boulevard, Miss Saigon, Dear Evan Hansen, A Bronx Tale, Cats, Falsettos, Disaster!, School of Rock, Bullets Over Broadway, Les Misérables, Big Fish, The Phantom of the Opera, Billy Elliot, Shrek, Spamalot, …Spelling Bee, The Producers, Mamma Mia!, Jersey Boys. Off-Broadway: Gloria: A Life; Smokey Joe’s Café; Here Lies Love; Love, Loss, and What I Wore. Regional: Yale Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Old Globe, Westport Country Playhouse, Asolo Rep.

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Production Stage Manager

Chris De Camillis

Production Stage Manager

Chris De Camillis

A.R.T: thirty productions in fifteen years at A.R.T. as Artistic Coordinator/​​Resident Stage Manager. Broadway: Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Misery, It’s Only a Play, The Glass Menagerie. Off-Broadway: Halfway Bitches Go Straight to Heaven; The Hard Problem, Pride’s Crossing, Lincoln Center; Much Ado About Nothing, NYSF/​Delacorte; The Total Bent, Public Theater; Parable of the Sower, Public Theater Under the Radar Festival; Oliver Twist, TFNA. For Esch, Tommy, Jeremy, and Jan.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Cast

Gabrielle Beckford
Gabrielle Beckford

Ensemble

Gabrielle Beckford

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. Regional: Gloria: A Life, McCarter Theatre Center; Crowns (Yolanda, fifteen-year anniversary production), McCarter Theatre Center, Long Wharf; Nina Simone: Four Women, A Play with Music, Alabama Shakespeare Festival; Hair, Geva Theatre Center; All Shook Up, Laguna Beach Playhouse; Aida, Hairspray, Big River, Sister Act, Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts. Education/Training: BFA, Musical Theatre, Rider University.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Rachel Cognata
Rachel Cognata

Swing

Rachel Cognata

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life; Greater Good, Company One Theatre. Regional: Really, Hype Man (Elliot Norton Award), Company One Theatre; Cardboard Piano, New Repertory Theatre; The Book Club Play, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Joanna Glushak

Ensemble

Joanna Glushak

Joanna Glushak

Ensemble

Joanna Glushak

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. Broadway: leading roles in War Paint, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder, Sunday in the Park with George, Les Misérables, Hairspray, The Sweet Smell of Success, Urinetown, Rags, Conversations with My Father, Welcome to the Club, After the Night and the Music. Tour: Finding Neverland, First National. Off-Broadway: Gloria: A Life, Daryl Roth Theatre. TV: “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Younger.” Education/​Training: Yale School of Drama.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Patricia Kalmeber

Gloria Steinem

Patricia Kalember

Patricia Kalmeber

Gloria Steinem

Patricia Kalember

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life; The White Card, ArtsEmerson. Broadway: Don’t Dress for Dinner, Losing Louie, The Nerd. Off-Broadway: Gloria: A Life, Daryl Roth Theatre; Y2K; From Above; Search and Destroy; The Foreigner (Original Cast). Regional: Westport Playhouse, Bay Street Theater, Baltimore Center Stage. Film/​TV: Limitless, Girl Most Likely, Company Men, Signs, Jacob’s Ladder, “Thirtysomething,” “Sisters,” “Olive Kitteridge,” “Power,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “Madam Secretary,” “The Tick.”

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Patrena Murray

Ensemble

Patrena Murray

Patrena Murray

Ensemble

Patrena Murray

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life, Father Comes Home From The Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3). Off-Broadway: Gloria: A Life, Daryl Roth Theatre; Masculinity Max, The Winter’s Tale, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Public Theater; Venus, The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World a.k.a. The Negro Book of the Dead, Signature Theatre Company. Company member, Irondale Ensemble Project. Regional: Men on Boats, Baltimore Center Stage; The Oresteia, Shakespeare Theatre Company; Father Comes Home From The Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3), Mark Taper Forum; Gloria: A Life, McCarter Theatre Center. Film/​TV: Daddy (short), “The Sopranos,” “Law & Order.”

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Erika Stone

Ensemble

Erika Stone

Erika Stone

Ensemble

Erika Stone

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. Regional: Gloria: A Life, McCarter Theatre Center; Off the Rails (Isabel, staged reading), The Further Adventures of Super Indian, Cherry Orchard and Commodity Cheese, Native Voices at the Autry (Ensemble Member); William, Inc., Whale Song, Perseverance Theatre; Our Voices Will Be Heard, Perseverance Theatre, AFN Fairbanks. Film/​TV: “Lucky Louie,” Spring Breakdown. Education/​Training: BA, Boston University.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Brenda Withers Headshot

Ensemble

Brenda Withers

Brenda Withers Headshot

Ensemble

Brenda Withers

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. Brenda is a writer, actor, and co-founder of the Harbor Stage Company on Cape Cod. Regional (Acting): Gloria: A Life, Crimes of the Heart, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, McCarter Theatre Center; Actors Theatre of Louisville; Hartford Stage; Geva Theatre Center; Hudson Stage Company. Playwriting: Portland Stage, Performance Space New York, Amphibian Stage, Two River Theater, Northern Stage. Brenda is a member of The Pool and a recent playwriting fellow at Huntington Theatre Company. Education/​Training: Dartmouth College.

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Eunice Wong

Ensemble

Eunice Wong

Eunice Wong

Ensemble

Eunice Wong

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life. Off-Broadway: Trial of the Catonsville 9, Transport Group; Faust, Classic Stage Company; Mourning Becomes Electra, Target Margin; Antigone, The House of Bernarda Alba, NAATCO. Regional: Gloria: A Life, McCarter Theatre Center; Smart People, Huntington Theatre Company; Studio Theatre; Atlantic; Guthrie Theater; Yale Rep; Cincinnati Playhouse. Honors: Helen Hayes Award (Lead Actress); IRNE nomination (Best Ensemble); LA Press Club Journalism Award. Writing: Chief Editor, Countering Violence Against Women (Truthdig); Writer, “What the Health.” TV: “Law & Order.” Education/​Training: The Juilliard School.

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Assistant Stage Manager

Carolyn Reich

Assistant Stage Manager

Carolyn Reich

A.R.T.: Gloira: A Life. New York: Gloria: A Life, Daryl Roth Theatre; The Play That Goes Wrong, New World Stages; Original Sound, Cherry Lane. National Tours: Frozen, Disney Theatricals; How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Big League; The Bodyguard, Troika; The Bridges of Madison County, NETworks. Regional: Ragtime, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival; Murder on the Orient Express, Hartford Stage; Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage, Trinity Rep; Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, McCarter Theatre Center. Education/​Training: University of Michigan.

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Additional Staff

Assistant Director

Rebecca Aparicio

Assistant Director

Rebecca Aparicio

A.R.T.: Gloria: A Life, Endlings. Rebecca is a director and writer of work rooted in social and human justice. Recent: Evita (Associate Director), NY City Center; Gloria: A Life (Assistant Director), McCarter Theatre Center; Morir Sonyando (Director), The Tank. Member of Roundabout Theatre Company inaugural Directing Group 2019-20, Manhattan Theatre Club Directing Fellow, The Flea Resident Director, and a two-time SDCF Observership recipient. Writing: the award-winning musical Pedro Pan, NYMF, Musical Theatre Factory, Rhinebeck Writers Retreat; Legacy, Prospect Theater; Nora Saves the World, Barn Arts.

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Associate Costume Designer

Sophie Schneider

Gloria Wig

Gabriella Vincent

Lighting Design Intern

Zach Sager

Additional Sound Equipment

PRG

Associate Projection Designer

Maxwell Bowman

Projection Programmer

Christine Franzen

Original Projection Programmer

Paul Vershbow

Voice and Text

Erika Bailey

Voice and Text

Erika Bailey

A.R.T.: We Live in CairoEndlings; Othello; ExtraOrdinary; Jagged Little Pill; WARHOLCAPOTE; Burn All Night; The Night of the Iguana; Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women; Fingersmith; Waitress; In the Body of the World; O.P.C. Broadway: Mary Stuart. Regional: New Electric Ballroom, Gloucester Stage Company; Absurd Person Singular, Nora Theatre Company; Arms and the Man, Guthrie Theatre; A Christmas Carol, McCarter Theatre; The Foreigner, Cabaret, To Kill a Mockingbird, Kansas City Repertory Theatre. As Head of Voice and Speech at A.R.T., Erika also teaches voice in the Theater, Dance & Media concentration at Harvard as well as teaching public speaking skills across the university. Education: MA, Voice Studies, the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama; MFA, Acting, Brandeis University.

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Rehearsal Intern

Devonne Pitts

Rachel Resheff

Rehearsal Intern

Devonne Pitts

Harvard University Arts and Museum Fellow, supported by the Harvard University Office of Career Services

Rehearsal Intern

Rachel Resheff

Harvard University Arts and Museum Fellow, supported by the Harvard University Office of Career Services

Additional A.R.T. Staff for Gloria: A Life

Scenic Carpenters: Dan Baker, Justin Cagle, Aaron Cohen, Dean Covert, Thomas Eckenfels, Michael Greene, Victor Gutierrez, Sam O’Brien, Patrick Phillips, Wesley Scanlon, Jake Seibert
Overhire Electricians: Carmen Alfaro, Kevin Barnett, Michaela Bocchino, Matt Cost, Mark Fortunado, Greg Hanawalt, Laura Hildebrand, Rebecca O’Leary, Zachary Straeffer, Brittany Trymbulak,
Sound Overhire: Elizabeth Cahill, Jessica Hawkins, Marta Levin, Jacob Montgomery, Josh Northcutt, Bekah Rudinec, Adelaide Zhang
Stage Crew Bernadette Benoit, Caitlyn Buja, Rachel Corning, Joseph-Jude Deauna-Torres, Russell Feinstein, Dan Fountain, Doug Hallenbrook
Videographer: Johnathan Carr
Photographers: Maria Baranova, Gretjen Helene
ASL Coach: Stephanie Hakulin
ASL Interpreters: Júlia Barnes, Jennifer Gibbons, Christopher Robinson
Audio Describers: Jessica Shroder (primary), Janet Stankus (secondary)
Captioning: C2 Captioning

 

Special Thanks

Kathy Najimy, Amy Richards

 

Gloria: A Life rehearsed at New 42nd Street Studios.