written by Laurel Ollstein
directed by Valentina Fratti
Jerrie Cobb, one of the famed Mercury 13, whose test scores surpassed many of the male astronauts during rigorous psychological and physical testing in the early days of the country’s space program was almost the first American in space. Cobb was reaching for the moon but hit the glass stratosphere, blocked not only by her gender but by notions of sisterhood and colliding egos.
Theatre at St. Clements, 423 West 46th St. New York, NY May12-May 27th
Tickets at Mirandatheatre.com
Join this terrific cast and crew!
“Jen Harmon’s excellent choreography adds needed aesthetic imagery.”
“This story of strength and resilience is beautifully told in this insightful and humorous play.” – Huffington Post