Glory Days BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
May 6, 2008
Closing:
May 6, 2008

Theater: Circle in the Square / 235 West 50th Street, New York, NY, 10019

Synopsis: 

Glory Days is the story of four best friends who reunite a year after high school graduation, only to find how much they have grown apart. As they attempt to understand each other's differences, they soon realize that nothing can compare to the glory days of high school when life was simpler. Set to a vibrant score, the musical is a witty, unflinching look at four guys who refuse to be defined by generational stereotypes as they struggle to find their place in the world.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Glory Days

    February 1, 2010: "The new musical Glory Days may be the youngest-feeling show about being young ever to land on Broadway."

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  • NEWSDAY REVIEW OF Glory Days

    May 6, 2008: "It's a modest show, barely 90 minutes in length, with not much plot but plenty of emotion as it attempts to sort out the thoughts and feelings of these young men who still have some growing up to do -- and maybe growing out of relationships with their high school pals."

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  • VARIETY REVIEW OF Glory Days

    May 6, 2008: "An irritating offshoot of the digital revolution is that it's democratized the filmmaking process, opening the floodgates for kids straight out of school with no life experience and no stories to tell to start making navel-gazing movies. Beyond the small-time local level or the ubiquitous solo show, theater is mostly spared that indignity because it costs more, requires more collaborators and demands an audience. But occasionally, one such immature self-indulgence slips through, such as Glory Days, which slipped all the way through to Broadway."

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  • USA TODAY REVIEW OF Glory Days

    May 6, 2008:

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  • NY DAILY NEWS REVIEW OF Glory Days

    May 6, 2008: "Who cares, who cares, who cares?" That's a line from a song in Glory Days, which opened last night at Circle in the Square. It's also the sentiment that sums up this undeveloped post-high-school musical whose own backstory is more fascinating than what's onstage."

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  • AM NEW YORK REVIEW OF Glory Days

    May 6, 2008: "We guarantee that anyone who sees the new Broadway musical Glory Days, which was written by two lucky 23 year olds, will be stunned. But not in a good way. After enduring all 90 painful minutes of this undercooked, horribly amateurish show, you'll be wondering how the hell it got to Broadway."

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  • THEATERMANIA REVIEW OF Glory Days

    May 6, 2008: "The 90-minute tuner will likely be of primary interest to young men who still consider Superman's powers in contrast to Batman's a worthwhile debate or those who find the group's growing pains hitting them squarely where they live. As for older audience members, some may consider the whole enterprise laughably inconsequential, while others may very well decide Glory Days is not only a likable undertaking, but even a valiant one."

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  • NEW YORK POST REVIEW OF Glory Days

    May 6, 2008: "The best thing about Glory Days is that it lasts 90 minutes. But those 90 (intermissionless) minutes seem longer than all of "Tristan and Isolde" without Wagner."

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