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Hannah Sloat, Hardy Pinnell & More Set for THE GLORY OF LIVING at Access Theatre, Begin. 8/1

REVOLVE PRODUCTIONS is pleased to announce Rebecca Gilman's THE GLORY OF LIVING, directed by Ashley Kelly Tata. THE GLORY OF LIVING will play a three-week limited engagement at the Access Theater (380 Broadway, New York, NY). Performances begin Thursday, August 1 and continue Sunday, August 18. Opening Night is Saturday, August 3 (8 p.m.).

Empty beer bottles. Crumpled-up potato chip bags. A sweaty, soiled clump of sheets. The TV blares. The Glory of Living follows the story of Lisa, a girl who leaves her trailer home and prostitute mother to join Clint, a man who loves her very much. The two take off and travel through the rural south of our not-too-distant-past, living in motel rooms, paid for with cash from minor theft. As their crimes turn from petty to depraved we are confronted with a portrait of America that no one wants to call home, an America slipped-through-the-cracks of nameless victims and their equally nameless perpetrators. A handcuff. A jacked car. A ride through the woods. A distant gunshot. The TV blares.

The production stars Hannah Sloat (Bdwy: War Horse) as Lisa, Hardy Pinnell as Clint, Richard Hutzler as Carl, Stacee Mandeville as Jeannette/Transcriber, Amanda Gardner as Carol, stars Lindsey Liberatore (College Humor) as Angie, Laura Heckel as Girl, Stephen James Anthony (Bdwy: War Horse) as Steve, Chris Cornwell as Burrows/Policeman 2/Guard and Matthew Hansen as Jim/Policeman 1/Hugh.

The production features scenic and costume design by Alexandra Regazzioni, lighting design by Tuce Yasak, and sound design by Kortney Barber.

THE GLORY OF LIVING plays the following schedule beginning Thursday, August 1:
Thursdays at 8 p.m.
Fridays at 8 p.m.
Saturdays at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Sundays at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $18 and are now available online at

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