New Victory presents 'Fly,' a drama about the Tuskegee Airmen, the first black military pilots who fought for the U.S. military during World War II. More…
The year is 1944: Allied forces liberate Rome; British and U.S. troops storm the beaches of Normandy. On an airfield in Alabama, four brave young men join the first black military aviators in United States history. 'Fly,' a theatrical action-adventure, beautifully employs dance and video projection to illuminate the tremendous courage and resilience of the Tuskegee Airmen. From training to combat, experience the anguish, fears and triumphs of a brotherhood who fought for freedom abroad—and at home.
See it if you want to see a great cast, a good show & a glimpse of history. Bring the kids...pass the history to them.
Don't see it if Your kids are younger than 8 or if history is not your thing. But it would be a shame...
See it if you think that our past history is important to remember and you want to witness a very inspiring story.
Don't see it if want to be entertained in a funny way, but not touched emotionally by a profoundly sad, yet inspiring story.
See it if you like historical plays about our recent WWII race discrimination. Great for adults and teenagers. A great into to theater for kids.
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See it if you care about dramatic history that makes you care. Well-staged. You need to get past the first 15 minutes and then it soars.
Don't see it if 95 minutes is too long to learn something while being entertained.
See it if you and your kids want to learn more about the Tuskegee Airmen & the racism blacks faced under Jim Crow. Entertaining and educational!
Don't see it if you're not a fan of theater for young audiences. As engaging as it is, it's geared toward tweens and teens and is a bit simplistic at times.