Grounded: New Play Explores Drone Pilot's Surreal Dilemma
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The last date listed for Grounded was Saturday September 7, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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From the Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning creators of Next to Normal and starring Tony-winner… More
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Featured review from Sue T.
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This is a very intense performance in a small (49 seats) space. Lauren English is fabulous, and I thought the play was very well written. Definitely made me aware of issues I hadn't previously given much thought to involving America's modern style of warfare. Very timely given current events.
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I liked the idea of this one woman pilot story and the innovative staging with the direct conversation with the audience and the great multimedia but this show is missing something.. It felt like the actress kept doing the same movements over and...continued
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“The one-woman show, featuring Lauren English, focuses with spare and poetic language on an American pilot, who after finding herself pregnant, becomes a Predator drone operator. Instead of being stationed in the Gulf, she finds herself working from a trailer near Las Vegas—and instead of a years’ long deployment, she comes home to dinner with her husband and daughter every night.” —San Francisco Magazine
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