On Art and History: Fly – A Staged Reading and Conversation with Ricardo Khan and Cast

photo pf the play being formed. There are 4 men in uniform and military fatigues spaced out on the stage, facing the audience, and standing at attention.
Date & Time
Saturday, March 11, 2017 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
No Registration Required
About this Event

Fly a highly acclaimed play written by Trey Ellis, novelist, screenwriter and playwright, and Ricardo Khan, founder of the legendary Crossroads Theater examines the lives of four courageous young men entering the Tuskegee training program at the outset of WWII.  NMAAHC presents the program to highlight the achievements of the Airmen and our PT 13 trainer plane on view in the museum’s gallery. The reading ends with discussion and an audience question and answer session. Registration for this program is strongly encouraged, but walk-ins will be welcome.

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