Susan flew military planes in WWII, so men could go and fight. Now shes been sent home to get back to normal, while the town waits for her local hero husband to come home.
Flying looks at life propelled by stories, as the town tells glory tales of Bob and Susan tries to put away her memories of flying.
Susan uses Bobs legend to keep his family airfield going, so when his wounded gunner shows up looking for a job, shes forced to hire him. Fisher struggles with an artificial leg and an airfield run by women, as the stories of the town reveal Susan through what they leave out.
The background of this play is drawn from oral histories and memoirs of women who served in the WASP program in WWII. It explores the aftermath of war and the quiet, daily acts of heroism that never earn a medal.
Boulder Municipal Airport-BDU (View)
3327 Airport Rd
Boulder , CO 80301
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