This is an extraordinary drama about the Tuskegee airmen, America's first black fighter pilots. The play opens at a reception honoring the airmen and Gen. Colin Powell. As the elderly WWII pilots reminisce, they are joined by their younger selves and the story of this brave company is retold.
"Much of it is humorous, but the pressure of emotion underneath gives it strength." - The New Yorker
"A fascinating play." - The New York Post
"A heart felt and rousing salute." - Newark Star Ledger