The Los Angeles premiere of Glory Days, a musical by Nick Blaemire & James Gardiner will play the Lillian Theatre in Hollywood beginning March 17. Directed by Calvin Remsberg, Glory Days is the story of four high school friends who, after a year away at college, reunite on the bleachers of their high school football field. The purpose of the midnight meeting is a prank the boys are planning to seek revenge on their high school football team, who tormented the four during their school years. Things do not go smoothly, as the boys find they have grown apart ... and their friendship is not what it was.
The cast will feature Alex Robert Holmes, Derek Klena, Matthew Koehler, Ian Littleworth, Jeffrey Scott Parsons, and Alex Martinez Wallace. James May serves as musical director.
There will be two preview performances on Thursday, March 17 and Friday, March 18 at 8pm, and opening is set for Saturday, March 19 at 8pm. Performances will continue through April 24.
Producers of Glory Days are Anthony Gruppuso, Calvin Remsberg, Tricia Small Stabile, and Bella Vita Entertainment.
The Lillian Theatre is located at 1076 Lillian Way (one block west of Vine, just off Santa Monica Boulevard), in Hollywood. Street parking is available.
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