Pride Night: GLOE Happy Hour & Gloria: A Life Performance
Join GLOE and other LGBTQIA+ Jews at Theater J for our 2022-2023 Pride Nights, our thirs is the play Gloria: A Life! Whether you’re an NJB or NJG, a Qveller or Gayim, a Bet Mish, or synagogue LGBTQ affiliate group member, or new to the community, join other queer Jews for a fabulous night out at one of Theater J’s nationally-renowned productions and happy hour.
Individual tickets to just this show are below.
Limited number of tickets available! Tickets to this event must be purchased through this link in order to be seated with the group. Reserve by: March 17 at 5:00 PM, after that you can get box office tickets and say to sit with GLOE section
Happy Hour: 6:15 – 7:15 PM in the Q street lobby/library – your ticket includes 1 drink or snack from our concession stand. Bring your own dinner if you would like!
Show: Gloria: A Life – 7:30 PM at Edlavitch DCJCC (1529 16th St NW). Pick up your tickets at the Theater J box office will-call inside the EDCJCC
Tickets include 1 drink ticket for use at the Theater J concession stand, play ticket, and exclusive meet-and-greet with Theater J Managing Director David Olson.
About Gloria: A Life
Gloria: A Life is more than a play—it’s a celebration of human connection. Five decades after Gloria Steinem began raising her voice and championing the voices of others, her call for equality is as urgent as ever. In this exploration of the iconic feminist’s extraordinary legacy and the women who inspired her (including Dorothy Pitman Hughes, Flo Kennedy, Coretta Scott King, and Wilma Mankiller), the first act tells her story, and the second invites the audience to share their own. Gloria Steinem’s stirring and uplifting narrative is a necessary reminder of the importance of speaking up and speaking out. Directed by Holly Twyford (Becoming Dr. Ruth), Gloria: A Life honors one of the most inspiring women of our time.
As of September 1, 2022, The EDCJCC will no longer require visitors entering the building to show proof of vaccination. Theater J & JxJ will still be requiring masking in our theater spaces for theater, film and music events.