Published by Samuel French Plays
1 Male 4 Female
In 1933, four friends set out to prove to Canada that hockey isn’t just a sport for men
But with the Great Depression weighing heavily on the nation and political tensions rising in Europe, can they overcome the odds, and people’s expectations, to forge their own path to glory?
Told through music and dance inspired by the jazz age, Glory is a thrilling hockey story that proves a woman’s place is on home ice
She shoots, she scores. Glory is pretty glorious! ~ Vancouver Sun
Glory successfully celebrates a remarkable group of Canadians and their achievement in a women’s sport still struggling for respect and equality today. The skating is a delightful dance, highly physical with legs askew, movements synchronized to Steve Charles’ jazzy, thirties-ish score ~ Vancouver Sun
In a league of its own … While Glory comes with a message and is particularly fitting in today’s climate of awareness and empowerment, it is, above everything else, an engaging and uplifting way to spend an evening. Glory is a winner! ~ Kinston Whig Standard