Gleequel: A Satirical Stage Adaptation of the Second Season of the Hit Fox TV Show “Glee”

By The Arts Asylum + Faust Theatre

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2349 - Faust Theatre

Company Name: The Arts Asylum + Faust Theatre

City/State: Local

Genre: Comedy, Musical

Ratings: PG - Parental Guidance Suggested

Premiere: Yes

Warnings: Show Choir

Venue: The Arts Asylum

Show Times:

Sat, 7/22 4:30 PM
Wed, 7/26 6:00 PM
Thu, 7/27 6:00 PM
Fri, 7/28 6:00 PM
Sat, 7/29 6:00 PM


After a 4-year hiatus, Arts Asylum + Faust Theatre returns with their highly-anticipated second outing, GLEEQUEL: A Satirical Stage Adaptation of Second Season of the Hit Fox TV Show “Glee”. At McKinley High, everyone is navigating their identities, all while gearing up for Nationals in New York City! Anchored by an all-star cast, the hilarious musical with everyone's favorite glee club is sure to fill that show choir itch you’ve been dying to scratch!


Zach Faust (Director/Writer/Stage Manager?/Co-Choreographer(ish)), Kenzi Parsons (Choreographer), Emma Jacobson (Rachel), Zach Greer (Finn), Olivia Schneider (Will), Evan Phillips (Sue), Jacque Davidson (Kurt) Aggie Williams (Mercedes), Danny Campos (Artie), Jessica Lin (Tina), Kylee Zerbee (Quinn), Charles Meacham (Noah), Abigail Knepper (Brittany), Zoe Lepper (Santana), Aidan Sarmiento (Mike), Jessica Arnold (Emma), Julianna McCarroll (Lauren), Halie Strickler (Becky), Logan Mathes (Sam), Connor Kelly-Wright (Blaine), and Jenna Dolinger (Beiste)

Past Fringe Shows:

Gleesical (2019)

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  1. Landon on July 23, 2023 at 4:33 pm

    I had an AMAZING time at Gleequel, I actually wrote a full-length review, you’re happy to read it if you you’d like. If you aren’t a fan of Glee, this probably isn’t the show for you, but either way, I bet you’d have a blast listening to old radio hits. If you’re a fan of glee, this IS THE SHOW FOR YOU!!

  2. musicbyskippy on July 30, 2023 at 10:23 pm

    * Rating – 3.5 out of 5

    * 1-sentence review – Even if you’ve never seen the TV hit “Glee,” this original script was made for any show choir/singing group alumni to enjoy.

    * 3-sentence review – Using the arc of the hit TV show “Glee,” you’re taken on a journey of a jukebox musical paired with farce and vignettes found in the LGBTQ+, reflective, goofy culture of show choirs, making this perfect for some Fringe goers but not accessible for others who’ve never taken part in the culture itself. The script felt uncompromised, leaving lots of unheard moments of dialogue, a very full stage of a lot of dancing that was sometimes hard to keep track of, and backtracks that sometimes kept in the original vocals, assisting the singers onstage a bit more than it should have. However, I haven’t laughed so frequently and fully with a show in a long time, seeing my own show choir journey much more vividly than when I ever watched the original TV show this production is based on.

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