Charles Lindbergh is struggling over a difficult decision. The twenty-five year old pilot, sitting in his single engine plane on a rainy, muddy runway, tries to decide if he should fly across the Atlantic to Paris. He questions his younger, twelve-year-old self if he really can make it. Reliving his childhood at last restores his confidence, and Charles puts on his goggles and starts to taxi the Spirit of St. Louis down the runway.
Mark Jensen, playwright
Gary Rue, composer
65 pgs. 16 Characters
Originally produced by Steppingstone Theatre
Run Time: 60 minutes (Can be cut for competition)
Audience Recommendation: 6+
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