Meet the Pilot. She was top gun in Iraq but now struggles with moral injuries in the Chair Force.
Cindy Rosenthal directs Maya Carter (Period Sisters, HERE; Hedda Gabler, Ophelia Theatre Group) who brings a g-force reckoning to the stage in George Brant’s searing solo work about a female drone pilot.
Playwright: George Brant
Directed by Cindy Rosenthal
Assistant Director: Max Cerci
“ This production is a grippingly intimate and harrowing take on an essential and lesser-known story for our time. We zero in on the intersection of moral crises for a woman in the military, both at home and abroad. What does it mean to consider racial, gender and class identities in the military machine?”
– Cindy Rosenthal
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- 02.22.19 – The Theatre Times – Subtle and Striking, Irondale’s Timely “The Life of Galileo” is Epic Theater